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Uttar Pradesh’s first Sloth Bear Conservation Reserve Proposed in Mirzapur Forest Division - CI

In Support of the Report of Camera Trap survey (“Wildlife Inventory and Proposal for Sloth Bear Conservation Reserve”) in the forests of Mirzapur, I wrote an article which was published in Conservation India (CI is a non-profit, non-commercial portal that aims to facilitate wildlife and nature conservation by providing reliable information and the tools needed to campaign effectively) on Tuesday, August 20th, 2019.

Asiatic Wild Cat - 'Desert Cat', recorded for the first time in Mirzapur Forest Division, During Camera Trap Survey

The article has briefly summarised every aspect described in original report such as landscape, sites important for eco-tourism, flora and fauna, etc in the forests of Mirzapur.

Read the Article published in Conservation India, click on the Logo of CI below


Sudhanshu Kumar

Sudhanshu has completed his M.Sc. in Environmental Sciences (Environmental Technology) from Banaras Hindu University and is currently working as Programme Officer (Environment & Wildlife) with Vindhyan Ecology and Natural History Foundation, Mirzapur. He was also a contributing author of this report.


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