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Terai Arc Landscape (TAL)-Nepal. Annual Technical Progress Report, July 2001-June 2002
2002  Full Book

With the initiation of the TAL program, activities on improving protected areas, corridor and bottleneck forests, anti-poaching units, community services, conservation education and culture conservation have continued. In the Protected Areas of Parsa Wildlife Reserve, Royal Chitwan National Park, Royal Bardia National Park and Royal Sukla Wildlife Reserve, the species conservation component activities like habitat management, wildlife monitoring (tiger, rhinoceros, swamp deer, birds etc.), rhino translocation, antipoaching operations, research and monitoring have been implemented. Further activities in the Integrated Conservation and Development Program, the conservation awareness and education program, and the research and monitoring component are described.

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