Vulture decline in south Asia is purely attributed to diclofenac carcass posioning and loss of nesting trees. But human intervention to save them, have run into issues of exclusion of the Dalits (untouchables) who have been the custodian of the vulture conservation in the Nepal Himalaya. A brillinat paper by Sharda Poudel who combines her ecological research with social stigma of exclusion by the conservation culture of Kathmandu-based experts.......Download PDF to read more......
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