Centre for conservation education


The major focus of this Centre is to influence people’s attitudes, emotions, knowledge, and behaviors about wildlife, its habitat and its conservation. This Centre develops specific programs and learning resources which are tailor made for stakeholder requirements. This section uses a well laid and effective feedback mechanism for constant innovation and improvements that helps to spread the conservation messages through various extension activities. The work will mostly focus on the zoos, ecotourism sites, and tiger reserves etc., where tourism activity and outreach activity constitute the major part.

Dr.Shekhar K. Niraj, Director, AIWC interacting with the forensic workshop trainees on wildlife trafficking in India

Leaf Mountain
Leaf

Dr.Merwyn Fernandes of Traffic India demonstrating on the function of metal detector in identifying traps and snares, in curbing wildlife crime

Dr S.P. Goyal of Wildlife Institute of India and Dr Sunil Verma of Centre of Cellular and Molecular Biology interacting with trainees on field sample collection techniques

Mountain
Tree

Dr.Shekhar K. Niraj, Director, AIWC interacting with the forensic workshop trainees on wildlife trafficking in India