Ankit Bilash Joshi is a wildlife conservationist born in Kathmandu, Nepal. He holds a Master’s degree in Natural Resource Management and is currently working as the Vulture Conservation Program Manager in Bird Conservation Nepal, a non-profit organization that focuses on the conservation of birds and their habitats in Nepal. In his role, Ankit is responsible for managing the organization’s vulture conservation program, which is aimed at protecting and conserving vulture populations in Nepal. Ankit’s work is particularly important due to the significant decline in vulture populations in the country caused by the use of the veterinary drug diclofenac. His academic background and experience in natural resource management equip him with the knowledge and skills needed to manage and conserve vulture populations in Nepal.