Established in 2000, Himalayan Nature is an independent, not-for-profit organization working in the diverse field of environment/biodiversity and support to improve the wellbeing of local communities. Our work carried out broader thematic areas from biodiversity conservation, habitat restoration, climate change, social and community welfare, education and appreciation, advocacy and policy.
Himalayan Nature is dedicated to simultaneously promote the conservation of important wildlife habitats and safeguard vulnerable people's livelihoods and also minimizing the incident of Human-Wildlife Conflicts. We have a proven experience in mainstreaming biodiversity conservation, nature management issues at the landscape level and enhance people's livelihood through practical and groundbreaking research on biodiversity and social well-being crucial to reduce their dependency on natural resources.
ASAP Species That We Work On
What We Do
Himalayan Nature in collaboration with conservation partners ranging from the grassroots level to national and international institutions has implemented several projects aimed at conserving biodiversity, habitat management and fostering the co-existence of the human-natural resources relationship.
Himalayan Nature has been targeting several globally threatened and least known species of mammals, birds, herpetofauna such as Pangolin (Manis pentadactula and Manis crassicaudata), White-rumped vulture (Gyps bengalensis) and many other animals that are of national and global importance with the research, upscaling their profile through conservation outreach program, capacitate youths, students and local people through citizen scientist and engage them in conservation and research work.
Where We Work
Himalayan Nature work’s; research and conservation project primarily focused on the protected areas mainly to National Parks, Wildlife Reserves, and Important Biodiversity Areas (IBAs); home to many globally and nationally threatened and endangered fauna.