Kush M.
Wildlife Biologist

B.Sc. Forestry, H.N.B.G.U., Uttarakhand
M.Sc. Wildlife Sciences, 
Wildlife Institute of India, XVI Batch

Kushagra studied Asian Elephants in Surguja, Chhattisgarh as a part of his Master’s dissertation, titled  “Habitat use of Elephants in Mosaic landscape of Northern Chhattisgarh”. He also has a keen interest in ornithology.

Read more about Kush’s work here:

What are Landscape Mosaics?

How Communities are Evolving to Deal with Human-Elephant Conflict in Northern Chhattisgarh