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Report on Aja Nye and Nye Chen Phunyingla.     Read More...
Report on Tshachu and Menchu of Bhutan.     Read More...
Regional Boot Camp on Wildlife Study Design and Data Analysis Successfully Completed.     Read More...
Boot Camp on Wildlife Study and Data Analysis.     Read More...
Four New YES Interns Joined the Institute.     Read More...

Report on Aja Nye and Nye Chen PhunyinglaHot News!

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The Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment has documented a report on the sacred sites of Aja Ney in Mongar and Ney Chen Chen Phunyingla in Lhuentse. The report highlights the sacred circumambulatory routes, spiritual significance and traditional belief system used to regulate visits to these sacred sites...   [Read more]



Report on Tshachu and Menchu of BhutanHot News!

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The UWICE has recently published a report on the Tshachu and Menchu (the Hot Springs and Mineral Springs) of Bhutan...   [Read more]



Regional Boot Camp on Wildlife Study Design and Data Analysis Successfully CompletedHot News!

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Ten-day Regional Boot Camp on Wildlife Study design and Data Analysis was successfully completed on 23rd September 2016 at the Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment (UWICE) Lamai Goempa, Bumthang. The Boot Camp was jointly organized by the UWICE and Biodiversity Conservation Society of Sarawak (BCSS), Malaysia...   [Read more]



Selected Candidates for the Nature Guide Course at UWICE

The Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment is pleased to announce selected candidates for the Nature Guide Course for two batches (3rd and 4th). Candidates are requested to report to the Institute a day before the course starts...   [Read more]


Boot Camp on Wildlife Study and Data Analysis

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The Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment (UWICE) is organising a 10 days Regional Boot Camp on Wildlife Study Design and Data Analysis in collaboration with the Biodiversity Conservation Society of Sarawak (BCSS), Malaysia from 12th September 2016. 22 participants are currently attending the training. The participants are from Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal and India. ..   [Read more]



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