Ushma Shukla

Research Affiliate, Eastern Himalaya

Master's in Restoration Ecology, University of Liverpool, UK

Ushma Shukla

Ushma is part of the hornbill telemetry project. She is interested in vertebrate seed dispersal and in small carnivores. She joined NCF in 2013. 

Prior to joining NCF, she has worked with Centre for Ecological Sciences, Wildlife Institute of India and Tiger Watch. Her other interests include reading and listening to music. 

Projects

Publications

Journal Article

In press

Variability in gut passage times for Asian hornbills

Dataset

2019

Variability in gut passage time of Asian hornbills

Journal Article

2016

Abundance estimates of the Rufous-necked hornbill (Aceros nipalensis), and characterisation of a montane subtropical forest in the Indian Eastern Himalaya. 

Journal Article

2015

Reduced hornbill abundance associated with low seed arrival and altered recruitment in a hunted and logged tropical forest

Report

2015

Hornbill Watch Report June 2014 to May 2015

Dataset

2015

Data of a study investigating impacts of hunting and logging on abundance of hornbills, dispersed seeds and recuits in north-east India

Report

2014

Density of Rufous-necked hornbills and their food plants in Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary

Journal Article

2013

Records of small carnivores from in and around Namdapha Tiger Reserve, Arunachal Pradesh, India.