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World Wetlands Day - 2 February 2021
Wetlands are important sources of freshwater vital to life, our wellbeing and the health of our ...
After 7 years, a Tigress is spotted with three cubs
A Tigress, which was assigned BTN code - 34, was not seen since it was first spotted through the ...
WWF Bhutan provided four Toyota Hilux (4WD) to the Department of Forests and Park Services
Rangers from the Divisional Forest Offices often work in remote territories and have to navigate ...
WWF Bhutan's First Youth Ambassador
WWF Bhutan was proud to award Sonam Rinchen as our first Youth Ambassador on 4 December 2020.
Training on HCV genesis, identification, management, and monitoring
As part of the "Living Landscapes: securing High Conservation Values (HCVs) in south-western ...
WWF Bhutan releases a new children’s book about Nature Protection!
Thimphu - WWF Bhutan has released a new children’s book, “How to be a Nature Protector?” to observe ...
WWF Bhutan handed over 4 drones to DoFPS.
As a part of the ongoing support to the Forest Resources Management Division of DoFPS, WWF Bhutan ...
LAUNCH OF LIVING LANDSCAPES: SECURING HIGH CONSERVATION VALUES IN SOUTH-WESTERN BHUTAN PROJECT
WWF Bhutan, Tarayana Foundation and Royal Government of Bhutan launched the Living Landscapes: ...
World Fish Migration Day!
On World Fish Migration Day special presentations on Pristine Rivers and Sacred Fishes presented.
World Migratory Bird Day 10 October 2020 - Birds Connect our World
The Ruddy Shelduck (Tadorna ferruginea) is a unique bird that belongs to the duck, goose and swan ...