Urjit Bhatt is a PhD student in the Department of Landscape level planning & Management at the Wildlife Institute of India. His PhD work delves into the fascinating interactions among carnivores and explores their habitat use in the tropical forest of Manas National Park, India. His research interest focuses on topics of biodiversity monitoring & conservation, community ecology, and behavioral ecology, with skills and expertise in the ecology of mammalian carnivores and butterflies.
Salvador Lyngdoh is a carnivore ecologist. He works as a scientist and faculty with the Department of Landscape level planning & Management at the Wildlife Institute of India. His expertise spans Himalayan and Northeast Indian fauna, focusing on aspects of movement ecology, human-wildlife conflict, wolf-dog interactions, and the ecology of threatened mammals.