Wildlife Conservation Nepal, a non-governmental organisation registered with the Government of Nepal, is not for profit organization. It was established with a view to protect and conserve natural heritage and disseminate information on environment and wildlife issues.
WCN protects and conserves endangered species by monitoring illegal wildlife trade and conducts field level activties to safeguard wildlife species in their natural habitat. Similarly, it designs and conducts researches, trainings and workshops and enhances capacity of enforcement officials in combating wildlife trade. Furthermore, it provides leadership trainings to young individuals and students so that wildlife is protected in their natural habitat.
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