|To strengthen the post poaching investigation leading to unearth more clue for enforcement agencies to follow up the culprits, Aaranyak launched a sniffer dog unit in August 2011 with support received from UK based The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation.Click to read more.|
Welcome to Aaranyak
We strive to protect nature and its resources ranging from animal and plant species, forests, various water bodies, mountains, as we believe that welfare of our communities is intricately linked to pristine nature. We work to secure a future for all species that are under any sort of threat. We bank on scientific means, law, advocacy , community engagement, education and much more, in our endeavour to protect land, water, and climate that are vital for survival of all animal and plant species. The efforts to leave behind a vibrant nature face a range of national and worldwide threats to biodiversity that include overpopulation , climate change and man’s quest for rapid development. Now into the 21st year of our mission, we try hard for continued expansion, creativity, and unrestrained action for protection of most endangered species, rivers and water bodies, mitigating impact of changing climate in North East India
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|Meeting of Research Advisory Board, Aaranyak|
|Nagaon villagers recognised as 'Hargila Mitra'
|'Haati goes to School' workshop in Majuli
|World Rhino Day celebrated with release of Music Video "Moi Ekxingia Gorh"
Where we work
Species of the Month
IUCN Status: Vulnerable
Photo Credit: M. Arif Hussain