Tiger & Elephant Habitat Conservation in India

Tiger & Elephant Habitat Conservation in India

Price From: 3,325 USD


Operator: Earthwatch

Price From:  3,325 USD

Program duration: 11 days

Trip Dates: 30-11-2017

Work alongside researchers and the communities in India to conserve elephant and tiger habitats. The growing numbers of both elephants and tigers in the region will require the assessment and discovery of the local communities needs in order to prevent human-animal conflicts.



Day 1:

Arrival in Delhi

Day 2:

Departure to field site and introduction of research and volunteer tasks

Day 3 to 10:

Field studies: Daily activities include: Sample vegetation. Support field studies on crop damage Collecting data on predator/prey relationships Community outreach

Day 11:

Departure from Field to Delhi

Day 12:

Departure from Delhi

Country Fast Facts

Country Fast Facts


Flag  255px-Flag_of_India.svg
Continent: Asia
Official Language(s) Hindi, English
Capital: New Delhi
Population 1,276,267,000 (2015 estimate)
Climate(s) Monsoon, Tropical Savanna, Desert (Warm/Cold), Semi-Arid (Warm/Cold), Mediterranean (Warm/Temperate), Humid subtropical, Oceanic Subpolar, Oceanic (Warm/Temperate), Continental (Mediterranean/Cool/Cold/Warm/Humid/Temperate).
Major Airport(s): Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL), Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM), Kempegowda International Airport (BLR), Chennai International Airport (MAA)
Economic Driver(s): Agriculture, Mining, Textiles, Industry, Energy, Tourism, Trade



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