Government of Nepal
Ministry of Forests and Environment
Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation

Farewell program of Director General Mr. Gopal Prakash Bhattarai. | Dnpwc has organized Gender workshop for PAs staff | Preplanning Workshop 2077/78

Welcome to Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation

Nepal is a home to diverse floral and faunal species, natural ecosystems, ranging from lowland Terai region to the high Himalayas. The diverse climatic and topographic conditions have favored a maximum diversity of flora and fauna in Nepal. The country occupies about 0.1 percent of the global area, but harbors 3.2 percent and 1.1 percent of the world’s known flora and fauna, respectively.

Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation (DNPWC) was established in 2037 BS (1980 AD) to conserve and manage wildlife and biodiversity of the country. Nepal has established a very good network of Protected Areas system with 12 National Parks, 1 Wildlife Reserve, 1 Hunting Reserve, 6 Conservation Areas, and 13 Buffer Zones extending from lowland Terai to high mountains, covering 23.39 % of the total country's land, which contribute to in-situ conservation of ecosystems and biodiversity across the country. Conservation efforts made by the government of Nepal is worldwide popular and highly recognized by the international societies.

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Farewell program of Director General Mr. Gopal Prakash Bhattarai.

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