Bhavya I.
Wildlife Biologist

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

Bhavya lives in Haryana when she’s not travelling to wild places. She received a grant from the Raptor Research and Conservation Fund to study vultures and other vertebrate scavengers in the forests of Central India, and is interested in conservation policy and carnivore behaviour. She enjoys writing about her experiences and hopes to bring people closer to nature and conservation.

Bhavya holds a B.Sc. (Hons) in Zoology from Delhi University and a Master’s in Science from the Wildlife Institute of India. She received a grant from the Raptor Research and Conservation Fund to study vultures and other vertebraΓ₯te scavengers in the forests of Central India for her thesis, and is interested in carnivore behaviour. She enjoys writing about her experiences and hopes to bring people closer to nature and conservation. She is currently an Asisstant Editor at Sanctuary Asia magazine.

Read more of Bhavya’s work here:

Let Rivers Flow Free: The Case For Decommissioning Dams In India

The Good Death Eaters: How Scavengers Keep the Ecosystem Clean

Missing the Forest for the Tiger

Keoladeo Ghana National Park: Floating Laboratory of Bharatpur

Discovering India’s Iconic Wild Tiger Population and Tiger Reserves

 

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