Pakke Nature Information Centre

A new learning and activity centre for visitors to Pakke Tiger Reserve

  • Work in progress while setting up the nature information centre in Pakke Tiger Reserve

  • Second of three halls at the centre, this one has exhibits on hornbills and other birds, amphibians and reptiles, butterflies and moths of Pakke

  • A young visitor to the centre gets a preview before the official opening

  • Wall art in the centre by Sartaj Ghuman

  • View from the far side of the second hall, with the butterflies and moths, and the birds exhibits.

  • A rotoscope and flip books from videos of rodent activity in Pakke's forests

  • An activity corner in the screening hall of the information centre

  • Mammal posters at the centre

Learning about Pakke

In June 2014, we completed work on a Nature Interpretation Centre for visitors to the Pakke Tiger Reserve. The Interpretation Centre features over 30 posters highlighting flora and fauna of Pakke TR and surrounding forests, ecosystem processes in these rainforests and the life of the local Nyishi community. There are also several interactive games and exhibits on Arunachal. The Forest Department provided the primary funding support to set up the centre along with funds from the Whitley Fund for Nature. This centre is a permanent learning centre for the local people and visitors to the area, and is becoming a useful space for children from local schools to learn about Pakke's biodiversity.

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A child learns about the reptiles and amphibians of Pakke



  • Arunachal Pradesh Forest Department


  • Arunachal Pradesh Forest Department
  • Whitley Fund for Nature, UK

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