rhino and tiger populations were declined. We learned that currently, The World Wildlife Fund and the National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC) are looking into the possibility of moving animals back to this park from Chitwan National Park, where there are now around 500 animals residing.
Our main contact in the area is Santa Chaudhari, a guide and conservationist at the Forest Hideaway Resort. Dave Johnson interviewed him to find out about conservation ideas in the area. There is a conservationist school in the local community that would be great to partner with for our education department. Dave spoke with Santa about radio collaring rhinos in the area, and putting collars on trouble elephants that continually break the solar powered electric fence to raid crops. He thought that the elephant idea may actually help