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RBRF WILDLIFE INSTITUTE

  • Unique Features: First in India
  • Chief Mentor: Samik G, IUCN-CEC
  • Course Option: 1 Week to 12 Months
  • Prospect: Wildlife Photographer / Photo Journalist / Journalist / Filmmaker / Conservationist / Researcher.
  • Job Opportunity: RBRF Recruitment Confirmation (For Job Course Pass out Candidates).

Learn about Indian Forest Ecology, Wild Mammals, Habitat Conservation and Wildlife Photography...

Green Career would be the best option for New Generations. The World is moving fast towards green Economy and Employment.

Online Certificate Course Offline Certificate Course On Field Certificate Course

Course Name: Indian Wildlife and Wildlife Photography

Go through the course details below and check your eligibility over phone: 91-76040-32782

Introduction

Unlike any other genre of Education / Research / Writing / Journalism or Photography, Wildlife is the most challenging one. It's not only an adventurous career but it demands a great passion along with mental and physical fitness to a great extent. It cannot be compared with any other discipline of traditional career-scope. For an example, the difference can be defined as the photography part occupies say 20% of total wildlife photography, whereas the ecological knowledge part covers 80%. Similarly, subjects like Zoology, Botany and Geography cover 20% of Ecology. So, a Wildlife Researcher, Educator, Writer or Photographer should become an applied ecologist first with sound knowledge on eco-regions, biogeographic zones, habitats, habits, ecological importance, threats and in-situ/ex-situ conservation status of each species, according to their taxonomic order, family and genus as well.

A professional wild-lifer requires immense passion for wildlife along with a strong determination and contribution for their conservation. Unfortunately, there is no such training course in India. RBRF has launched this course first in India. One can take his/her passion to the next level of profession. Ultimately, today’s trainee would be a prominent conservationist for tomorrow who will work for a cleaner, better and safer earth where man and nature can live in harmony. That is the mission of RBRF.