Our mission is to foster conservation of biodiversity in Northeast India through research, environmental education, capacity building and advocacy for legal and policy reform to usher a new era of ecological security.
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Where we work

Coming soon - an interactive clickable map showing the sites where we are working to help preserve natural habitat and wildlife


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 manís 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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Coming soon - A video gallery  section with some of our project activities and habitat



Coming soon - An audio gallery  section with  some of our project activities and habitat

Related sites

Biodiversity Information System


India Biodiversity Portal


Assam Science Technology and Environment Council

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Latest News & Views

Report on the Bird watching Camp

Pledge to Fledge, a community for the conservation of birds, organized a bird watching camp in association with Aaranyak...

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Media Reports on census of Rhino

Media Reports on success in census of Greater One-horned Rhino in Gorumara National Park...

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Awards and Recognition

2011 RBS 'Earth Heroes' Award

SIRO recognition for Aaranyak...

Aaranyak joins IUCN...

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