We are interested in understanding distribution patterns, resource utilization and conservation needs of raptors, wetland birds and forest birds. Since 2013, we are examining the ecological requirements of Forest Owlet and other owl species to understand the mechanism of resource partitioning among sympatric owls. Through one of our recent projects, we are trying to understand interspecific interactions among hornbills, owls and woodpeckers.
Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka
We advertise for the available posts on “Opportunities” section on our website (www.wrcsindia.org) and also post it on YETI mailing list and other platforms. Many Masters students have carried out their project dissertations with us. Students interested in pursuing Masters thesis on any of our projects are requested to approach us minimum 6 months in advance to discuss the research questions etc. We have paid positions for Project assistant, Research Biologists and Research Officers who can work in the field and in the office as the requirement may be