Abir J.
Wildlife Biologist

M.Sc. Wildlife Sciences, Wildlife Institute of India, XVI Batch

Abir completed his Master’s degree in Wildlife Science from the Wildlife Institute of India and is interested in natural history, tropical ecology and plant-animal interactions. He has worked on seed dispersal ecology in the lowland rainforest fragments of  Upper Assam. He gets easily distracted by butterflies, moths and frogs while walking in the forests.

Read more about Abir’s work here:

Are fragments fruitful? A comparison of plant-seed disperser communities between fragments and contiguous forest in north-east India – Scientific Article in Biotropica Journal

Why Assam’s small forest patches are worth saving

Shrinking forests impacting seed dispersal by birds, reveals study