Nagaland Team

Bano Haralu

Bano is working as a Senior Conservation Consultant. She has been involved with environment conservation since returning to her home state in 2010. She pioneered a bird and wildlife survey for the Forest department leading to the publication of the book on ‘Birds of Nagaland’. In the year 2011, she co-ordinated a survey to determine the status of wildlife in the state for the Forest Department in eight locations across the state. The survey was conducted by MSc interns from NCBS Bangalore and covered eight different locations over 6 weeks in 2011. Camera traps were used for the first time in the state.
In 2012 along with a team from Conservation India she highlighted the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of the migratory Amur Falcons in Nagaland. She formed the Nagaland Wildlife and Biodiversity Conservation Trust in 2013 that focuses on ‘wildlife conservation education’ in Nagaland.

 

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