Our Goals

Our Goals

Having more than 75% of the entire global population of one horned rhinoceros, Kaziranga National Park is a bastion of diversity. World renown for its wildlife, Kaziranga is situated next to the might river Brahmaputra.


The two primary goals for effective and sustainable conservation are to control poaching and enhance the overall habitat. The latter is achieved by manipulating environmental factors that lead to more biomass and ecological density. Recent census data is quite encouraging given that it indicates a total increases of species biomass across the board.

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