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Fishing with Irrawaddy dolphins
fishing with irrawaddy dolphins

The Irrawaddy dolphin restricts itself to narrow ecological niches, often competing with humans for space and resources. This is reflected by the fact that throughout its range of occurrence, the most significant direct threats to the dolphin are due to fishing. The aim of this study is therefore to analyse human-Irrawaddy dolphin interactions, with a special focus on how foraging behaviour is affected by fishing at Chilika lagoon.

Pew Fellowship for Dr Rohan Arthur

Dr Rohan Arthur, Director of NCF, has been awarded the prestigious Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation for 2013.

New Hope for Snow Leopards
The BBC Wildlife Fund is partnering with Whitley Fund for Nature and Nature Conservation Foundation to launch new conservation program across Asia
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