Tanvir Ahmed (Shaikot) is an emerging conservation biologist based on Bangladesh. He graduated from Department of Zoology, Jagannath University, Dhaka. He started loving wildlife and forests during visits urban parks as a volunteer to senior students project. Tanvir researched on butterfly diversity in several protected areas of Bangladesh from 2013 to early 2015. In the meantime, he was awarded as ‘Butterfly Young Enthusiast – 2014″ from Butterfly Fair at Jahangirnagar University for outstanding contributions at an early age. Later he assisted in a project to survey the non-human Primate population and their conservation threats in Madhupur National Park, Tangail. In mid-2015, Tanvir got an opportunity to work in Bangladesh Slow Loris Research and Conservation Project as assistant researcher and doing it. Currently he is developing a research project on Phayre’s Leaf Monkey survey and conservation initiate through community involvement in northeastern forests of Bangladesh. Youth Activity Fund (small grant) and IDEA WILD equipment grant supported him in two projects previously. Tanvir is primarily interested to study primate behavioral ecology and conservation biology. He is friendly in nature and comfortable working in teams. This site will update his works, thoughts, opinions, field experiences and comments to wide array of topics from wildlife ecology to evolution. If you want to know more about his works please email him.