Field Assistants' Fund
The smooth conduct of field research and conservation programmes are tribute to the support of a largely unseen workforce of local field assistants. NCF's Field Assistants' Fund is a small effort to acknowledge their vast contributions by striving to provide them emergency financial support in times of crisis. See here for more details about this fund.
We welcome contributions to this fund. If you would like to donate specifically to the NCF Field Assistants' Fund, please write to email@example.com.
PIED CUCKOO CAMPAIGN
Have you seen the harbinger of the monsoon?
NCF’s Ananda Kumar Wins Whitley Award
For his extraordinary work on mitigating human-elephant conflict in the Valparai plateau, Ananda has been awarded the prestigious Green Oscar at a ceremony in London last month. Since 2002, Ananda...
Where elephants roam: mapping the distribution of an endangered megaherbivore
New Journal Article
Positive interactions between Irrawaddy dolphins and artisanal fishers in the Chilika Lagoon of eastern India are driven by ecology, socio-economics and culture (Ambio, 2014)
Wildlife in rainforest fragments
Life in the treetops and undergrowth in rainforest remnants
Reef fish responses to climate change
Understanding how fish communities in the Lakshadweep cope with change
M K Ibrahim
Field Coordinator, Oceans and Coasts
Research Scholar, Eastern Himalaya