Wildlife Conservation Nepal (WCN) believes in conducting effective field level projects that may be critical in the changing environment. WCN focuses on wildlife conservation beyond national park borders. From superlative species to lesser known species, WCN has effectively operated field level researches and disseminated datas and informations.
WCN is one of the few NGOs that actively monitors illegal wildlife trade. In order to curb wildlife trade WCN facilitates in monitoring wildlife trade by building data on wildlife crime and sharing this intelligence amongst enforcement agencies. Nepal has the strongest legislation in South Asia for protecting wildlife and stringent law where a person committing wildlife crime can be put behind bars for fifteen years including a cash penalty that does not deter people from poaching endangered species. WCN is committed to control wildlife crime by educating people and bringing a societal change through awareness programs, training and capacity building of enforcement agencies.
Through the Species Conservation sub-program, WCN is actively involved in conservation activities including researches at the field level focused on endangered, and charismatic wild species listed on IUCN red data book.
WCN focuses on wildlife conservation in its natural habitat beyond national park borders. WCN believes in conducting effective field-level projects that may be critical in the changing environment. WCN is focused on advocating timely suitable laws and policies along with conservation partners for the effective conservation of wild animals and...
Capacity building program mainly focused on young scientist and enforcement agencies of the country. WCN has been conducting different workshops and seminars on different contemporary issues on wildlife for the young scientist in partnership with different stakeholders like Universities, Natural History Museum, etc.