‘Leave Me Alone’: Session On Wildlife Photography And Conservation In Kolkata
Sanctuary Asia, in collaboration with SHER, ACT, the Wildlife Wing of West Bengal and Times of India is hosting a workshop on the ethics of wildlife photography in Kolkata.
Dates: August 2, 2013
Venue: South City International School, 375, Prince Anwar Shah Road
Contact Details: Joydip, 9830092059,
About the event:
Join Sanctuary Asia, SHER, ACT, the Wildlife Wing of West Bengal and the Times of India for a stimulating discussion on the ethics of wildlife photography. The debate will touch upon how tourists and wildlife enthusiasts can use their cameras to aid conservation efforts. This will be followed by a panel discussion on conservation and the Leave Me Alone campaign by wildlife experts from around the country including N C. Bahuguna, IFS, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF) (Wildlife) and Chief Wildlife Warden (West Bengal); Pradeep Vyas, IFS, Additional PCCF, West Bengal; Professor Silanjan Bhattacharya, Member, State Board for Wildlife, West Bengal, Dr. Anurag Danda, World Wildlife Fund-India; Raj Basu, Former Member, State Board for Wildlife, West Bengal, ACT and Bittu Sahgal, Editor, Sanctuary Asia.
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