Urban parks, also known as municipal or public parks are delineated open spaces, mostly dominated by vegetation and water to offer recreation and green space to residents and visitors. They could either be larger space or in the form of pocket parks and are reserved for public use.
Nature Conservation and Study Centre team trained 20 young graduates from Central Campus of Technology, Hattisar, Dharan. The six-day training was conducted during November 24 to 29, 2019 and was organized by Nepal Student Association of Microbiology (NSAM). The training has been covered by local… Read More »GIS training for young graduates
Melamchi’s Flood was Just a Tip of the Iceberg By Aditi Subba Photo by Rajan Kafle/Prime Minister’s Secretariat in The Kathmandu Post ‘Water from Melamchi finally arrives in Kathmandu,’ reads The Kathmandu Post’s headline on 7th March 2021. Shortly after this much awaited news, Valley… Read More »Melamchi’s Flood was Just a Tip of the Iceberg
News: Workshop [September 27 Update] Workshop on Biodiversity Conservation of Jagadishpur Reservoir The two-day workshop was successfully conducted on September 25-26, 2021 and we bid farewell to our participants. Our team had a great learning experience working with the ten young and enthusiastic youths from… Read More »Workshop on Biodiversity Conservation of Jagadishpur Reservoir
News: Cleanup Event [September 19 Update] Pangolin Trail Cleanup 2021 On September 18 2021 – World Cleanup Day 2021, we joined hands to clean the Pangolin Trail in Kirtipur organized by Small Mammals Conservation and Research Foundation – SMCRF in collaboration with हेलो कीर्तिपुर नगरपालिका,… Read More »Pangolin Trail Cleanup 2021
One Health Webinar Series Our monthly webinar series covers various topics on One Health. The sessions are organized jointly by One Health Center, Nature Conservation and Study Centre, and Rotaract Club of Kathmandu North in collaboration with other organizations. Experts are invited to talk about… Read More »One Health Webinar Series
My observation notes on the developmental stages of Papilio polytes (swallowtail butterfly) in Kathmandu, Nepal By Bidhan Adhikary The ongoing global pandemic had kept me confined at home all year. It was a time of reflection and picking up old and new hobbies. I also… Read More »Observation of developmental stages of swallowtail butterfly in Kathmandu, Nepal
Choose Zero Waste Outing for this 2021 By Aditi Subba Social distancing and isolation has tested even the best of all introverts! So while scientists are busy creating vaccines and the world is slowly trying to go with the new normal of living with the… Read More »Choose Zero Waste Outing for this 2021
Photo by Akil Mazumder on Pexels.com How to Live Sustainably? By Aditi Subba According to science writer Tim De Chant’s infographic (2012), it was illustrated that if seven billion people living on Earth were to live like an average Nepali, the world would need 1.9… Read More »How to Live Sustainably?
Frogs are the member of short-bodied, tailless amphibians under order Anura (meaning without tail in ancient Greek). Frogs are widely distributed species ranging from the tropics to subarctic regions of the planet. There are about 7,300 recorded species in the world. Nepal alone has 81… Read More »World Frog Day 2021
Are you interested in butterflies and keen to know more about butterflies but having problems finding them at the moment? Well, this article might be of some help and provides some useful tips for butterfly watching.