Eastern Himalaya

Nature Education Program

Helping local children develop a sense of pride and connectedness to their natural heritage by exposing them to the forests and wildlife in Pakke Tiger Reserve.

Pakke Nature Clubs

2017 was an exciting year for us because it witnessed the birthof our Nature Education program. As a first step, we set up natureclubs in 7 local schools in the Seijosa area, through which weare reaching out to over 650 children from Classes 6-9.

The main aim of the Pakke Nature Clubs is to expose children to the forests and wildlife around Pakke Tiger Reserve through year-round activities, which culminate in nature camps inside the park. 

Nature Camps in Pakke Tiger Reserve

Once a year, school children get to camp out in the middle of the forest for two nights and three days. The first camps were held in batches in November 2017 with 150 students from 4 local schools. In 2018, we scaled up to 200 students from 6 schools. Here's a one-minute video about the 2018 camps: