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Himalayan Serow is a threatened animal and is placed in Appendix I of CITES and "Vulnerable" by IUCN Red list status (IUCN, 2004). WWF/Nepal and Department of National Park and Wildlife conservation, Nepal listed as Endangered (Chapagai, et. al. 2002). Owing to its population decline, its hunting has been prohibited throughout Nepal since 1992 (Wegge & Oli, 1997). The main aims of the project are to explore the status of Himalayan serow and change the local people attitude towards the conservation of this species in natural habitat. The project will give baseline data and far insight to better in-situ management of Serow.
Objectives of project are:
Read about his previous RSG project at http://www.ruffordsmallgrants.org/rsg/projects/achyut_aryal or for more information contact: