Chandni Gurusrikar has been awarded Sanctuary Asia's Wildlife Service Award 2019. The award recognises her work with the local communities, the forest department and various other stakeholders to protect and conserve the Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary and the river Cauvery. Chandni is the Academic Coordinator of the Masters in Wildlife Biology and Conservation, NCBS/CWS.
The Sanctuary Wildlife Awards were instituted in the year 2000 to recognise and draw national attention to the contribution of individuals working for the protection of wildlife and natural habitats in India.
Read more about the award here.