Mrunal Ghosalkar, a National Geographic certified educator, began her conservation journey with the Nature Conservation Foundation by studying the occupancy of hornbills through interviews in northeast India. She later started a program called 'Janata Waghoba' in rural Maharashtra with Wildlife Conservation Society - India to build awareness about leopards in human-dominated landscapes across various stakeholders. She has also worked as a project coordinator for the wild shale EE program at the Centre for Wildlife Studies, and now, she is working as conservation education manager on the Great Indian Bustard Program with WCS.
YouTube: Mrunal has a couple of very informative documentaries up on her channel. Click here to check them out!
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