Artificial snow leopards installed in Naar Valley

 F rom 1 to 19 October last an expedition took place to Naar Valley, located in the Annapurna Conservation Area...

/ November 5, 2019

Food for tigers

 W ith the growing number of tigers inhabiting Bardiya National Park (BNP) an increasingly relevant question is how much ‘food’...

/ June 4, 2019

No water, no tiger.

The relationship between the tigers, the deer as most important prey animals, the grasslands and the groundwater table of Bardiya National...

/ February 11, 2019

In search of the Mountain Ghost

S now leopard (Panthere unica) is a close family member of tiger (Panthera tigris). Although HTF is mainly focussing on...

/ January 15, 2019

How sustainable is 2xT?

N epal is the first of all ‘tiger states’ that doubled its number of tigers. Not in 2022 but already...

/ December 5, 2018

On the ecology of rivers: insects and plants

D ramatic interventions are taking place in the river system that provides Bardiya National Park with water. A new water...

/ October 16, 2018

Better grass, more tigers?

Shyam Thapa is head of the National Trust for Wildlife Conservation in Bardiya but also PhD-student at Wageningen University under...

/ June 20, 2018

Human Wildlife Conflict in South Nepal

Wild elephants attacking people, damaging houses, eating crops. Tigers killing people, leopards preying on livestock. This is the almost daily...

/ June 19, 2018

New website online

This newsletter presents an overview of the current state of the research projects initiated and financially supported by our foundation....

/ May 22, 2018

Dangerous Animals in Bardiya

We stood by one of the side arms of the Karnali River in Bardiya and just about to leave when...

/ May 17, 2017