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Guide Training Workshop at WPSI Centre in the Sundarbans

 

10th Dec., 2010

The Sundarban Tiger Reserve authorities along with the Government of West Bengal held a guide training workshop on 29 November 2010, at the  WPSI Tiger Conservation Centre on Bali Island. The training programme was attended by 8 participants.  A session on birds was conducted by Mr. Kushal Mukherjee (Secretary, Prakriti Sansad), while a session on mammals was held by Dr. Sujit Chakraborty (Scientist and former head of the Mammals section of the Zoological Survey of India), and a session on mangroves and birds by Professor Isani Chatterjee (of Calcutta University, Botany). Films were also screened to the participants in the WPSI Center.

Forest Department officials, including Mr. Ujjal Bhattacharya (Assistant Field Director, Sundarban Tiger Reserve), Mr. Somnath Chatterjee (Range Officer of National Park- West Range), and Mr. Kalipada Singha Thakur (Beat officer, Bidya Range), were also present during the training. 



 

 

 

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