Training on camera trap and GPS device use

A day training was organised at SMCRF office to share with the staffs, interns and university students the skills of using GPS and camera traps in the field on 25 February 2018. Mr. Dipendra Adhikari, Wildlife Researcher and EC member at SMCRF, detailed on the operation of camera traps to the team. He discussed about …

Two days Workshop on Introduction to quantitative methods to survey and study mammal populations and communities of Southeast Asia

The workshop was organized held as parallel session in the South Asian Conference 2017 on 28 and 29 of August. The workshop was led by Dr. Michael Cove. Dr. Cove is a quantitative ecologist that uses traditional methods as well as current noninvasive  survey  techniques  and  statistical  modeling  procedures  to  study  rare  and endangered mammal …

IUCN Welcomes SMCRF as its New Member

The IUCN welcomes 13 new members with Small Mammals Conservation and Research Foundation (SMCRF) as one of them. The IUCN Council has admitted 13 new members bringing the total membership

Rodent Survey and Handling Training

A day rodent survey and rodent handling training was organised by SMCRF on 10 June 2017 to train the SMCRF members about the rodents and techniques to handle them. Mr. Rameshwor Ghimire, Environmentalist at MoFALD, former field officer at Center for Molecular Dynamics-Nepal (CMDN), and life member and rodent researcher of SMCRF, mentored the program. …