Our Projects & Activities
These projects & activities have been taken up by The Grasslands Trust in an attempt to protect, promote and conserve not only animals and their habitats, but also the unique human communities that depend on grasslands for their livelihood.
To gather information on their movement patterns and understand the species better as part of our conservation efforts, Wolf Collaring is very constructive.
Wolf Howling Survey
To identify Indian wolves by their signature howls, our Wolf Howling Survey was a unique research initiative that helped us take effective conservation steps.
Hyena Scat Analysis
Scat analysis can be very insightful in understanding dietary habits. Like in this case, it was especially helpful to take measures for hyena conservation.
Poultry Waste Analysis
Scrublands' wildlife feed off a significant poultry waste. Sometimes, this waste can pose as detrimental. This project helps identify prospective harm.
Food Distribution During National Lockdown
Teaming up with RESQ and funds from supporters, we provided food to the community and wildlife of grasslands during the national lockdown imposed due to corona.
Camera Trapping for Den Sites
Monitoring and protection go hand-in-hand with wildlife conservation. Camera Trapping of den sites helps us collect essential data and plan with the government.
Awareness Film - Treasures of Grasslands
Award winning wildlife documentary film now being used for spreading awareness in local villages.
The project involved gathering data related to wildlife interactions at carcass sites, documenting diversity of wildlife, understanding opinions of citizens about wildlife and shedding light on coexisting with wildlife.
Meso Carnivore Collaring
Field work and filming done for collaring of meso carnivores conducted by ATREE
Drones and AI Tools - Studying the Collective Behaviour of Indian Wolves
Groundwork to study the collective behaviour of Indian Grey Wolves using drones and AI tools.