Aditya Pal is our Project Officer and is chiefly an ornithologist but his work touches other aspects of wildlife and biodiversity conservation as well including capacity development at a local-level. He has also been associated with other organizations such as Bird Conservation Nepal, CSIRO Australia, and Nepal Orinthology Union. Likewise, he has worked as lead biodiversity expert in ’Big forest Nepal’, a landscape conservation initiative in the lowlands of Nepal and has also been a mentor in Wildlife Conservation e-Course of University of Oxford. He is currently leading a community-based work at Koshi- Tappu.

Shreeya Manandhar is our Research Associate and is also a first-year student of Masters in Environmental Science, specializing in Wildlife Management at Kathmandu University, and a recent WWF Chandra Gurung Memorial Fellow. Her interest includes working to restore habitats such as Nagdaha in efforts to support biodiversity in urban settings. Assisting in water analysis laboratories for undergraduate students while working as a teaching assistant at KU has also helped her develop skills in the same.