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Joseph Vattakaven

Joseph Vattakaven has over 20 years of experience in the field of Wildlife Research and Conservation. His field research involved intensive tracking of 10 radio-collared tigers using elephants to study their predation ecology, behaviour and ranging patterns in Kanha tiger reserve, Central India for over 5 years in a PhD level research project with the Wildlife Institute of India (WII). He followed this with 10 years at the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) as Tiger Lead for the National Tiger programme in seven landscapes in India and thereafter as Tiger Conservation Advisor and Tiger Recovery and Landscape Lead with WWF’s Global Tiger Programme across 13 Tiger Range countries (Russia-China, South Asia & SE Asia) on research and recovery include Wolves (having tracked radio-collared Indian Wolves for his master’s thesis with WII in Western India) Butterflies (has worked with ATREE on India’s first Butterfly Park), Bees and Mysticism.

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