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Completion of Nature Guide and Eco-tourism Course at UWICE.     Read More...
White-bellied Heron Sighted for the First Time in East.     Read More...
Review Paper on Status of Asiatic Golden Cat in Bhutan.     Read More...
Training on High Altitude and Wilderness First Aid.     Read More...
Students From Charles Sturt University of Australia in Bhutan.     Read More...

Hiring of Enumerators

As a part of the Integrated Tiger Habitat Conservation Project, Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment (UWICE) will be carrying out a socio-economic survey in Royal Manas National Park...   [Read more]


Invitation of Sealed Bids for Supply of Server

The Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment, Bumthang is pleased to invite sealed bids from eligible Bhutanese suppliers for the supply of Server...   [Read more]


Invitation for Airfare Quotation

The Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment is pleased to invite airfares from eligible ticketing firm for the following sector:..   [Read more]


Completion of Nature Guide and Eco-tourism Course at UWICE

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The second batch of “Nature Guiding & Ecotourism course” which began on 3rd March 2016 concluded with the awarding of certificates at the institute on 29th April 2016. The certificate awarding ceremony was graced by Mr. Tshering Tempa, Officiating Director and attended by the faculty and other staff members. Officiating Director, on his keynote address, advised the graduates to make best use of the knowledge and skills they gained through this course in conserving Bhutan’s natural resources and in nature guiding & ecotourism...   [Read more]



White-bellied Heron Sighted for the First Time in East

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A lone White-Bellied Heron (Ardea insignis) was sighted for the first time from Jamkhardrang near Gomkora under Tashiyangtse Dzongkhag by the second batch of Nature Guide and Eco-tourism trainees at UWICE during their field excursion on 18th April 2016.  It is now another new habitat for the Globally threatened bird in Bhutan. Ap Langa from Jamkhar said "I saw this bird only since last year" and there are also some records of sighting the bird from Sherichhu in Mongar by the villagers...   [Read more]



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