The third batch will be trained in the protection of gibbons in Assam
It is worth mentioning that this is the third batch to receive such intensive training. The workshop was started by M Shakiba Yimchunger, director of the National Institute for Environmental and Forestry Training (SEFTI), which welcomed trainees from Nagaland. Species survival for the future. ”
Dr Dilip Chetry, Head of Primates Research and Conservation at Aaranyak, the leader of the workshop, welcomed all trainees and invited participants to get the most out of the workshop. He added that it is a good platform to learn about Hoolock gibbons and biodiversity in general from various experts who share knowledge and interact with them through workshops. The first day’s lecture was also given by ObedBSwu, Deputy Director of the Institute. According to the press release, a total of 25 forest guards from Intanki National Park, Nagaland Zoo, Dimapur Wildlife Division, Dimapur, Baek, Mon, Znuhebot, Peren, Woka, Tuensang Forest Division and WPO Kohima are participating in the workshop. .. ..
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