Nirmal Kulkarni’s calling card would read something like this: field ecologist, conservationist, photographer, Director (Ecology) of Wildernest Nature Resort, an eco-tel in the Chorla Ghats (Goa), Chairman of the Mahdei Research Centre, Founder and Team Head of Hypnale Research Station, Castle Rock and promoter of HERPACTIVE, a study initiative on Herpetofauna. He is also one of the longest serving members of the Goa State Wildlife Advisory Board of Goa.
Devadatta B Naik has been involved in conservation education and is a vanguard in lesser known fauna research. He is amongst the first research assistants for the King Cobra radio telementry project at Agumbe. He is one of the first millepede taxonimoists in India and has been part of several research related NGO’s in Maharashtra and Karnataka.
Atul Arun Sinai Borker
Atul is working with the Mhadei Research Center on wildlife conservation research projects and is based in Goa. He has been working on photo documenting small mammals of Goa, a project undertaken by the Mhadei Research Center and is funded by the Goa Forest Department. He has been made a Full Member of the IUCN/SSC Special Otters Group for his work on Otter Conservation.