Volunteer with us
HNS is always looking for people to assist in the development and implementation of our projects. Tree-planting with children, garbage clean-up campaigns, Wildlife-aid and editing nature magazines are just a few of the areas you can look in to.
Current Focus: In the stray animal welfare project we are trying to provide veterinary health care services to injured and sick stray dogs and animal birth control (ABC) awareness and assistance.
We are putting our all energies to establish a permanent hospital and shelter house for stray animals. We are looking for Veterinarians, Vet-Nurses, Donors, Sponsors and fundraisers to establish a Hospital, shelter house and to provide Mobile Rescue.
OPPURTUNITIES FOR DONORS & VOLUNTEERS
In return for your time or donation, we offer you some of ours. From Mountain Trekking to Nature Camps and Bird-Watching tours. We can arrange jeep-Safaris on the highest motorable road in the World and also we can arrange Tribal family stay in the Himachal Pradesh region makes you feel at home in Himalayas.
Rock Climbing :
climbing up the Himalayan Rocks at an altitude of 2800 Mtrs to 3600 Mtrs is always a fun after the work with animals or plantation drive. Around Dharamsala there are several alpine zones to experience this mountain adventure.
River Crossing :
Snow fed white water River Crossing and Camping is another charm to feel Himalayas and its beauty. We organize such kind of nature activities for our volunteer and donors to feel them close to nature in Himalayas.
Cultural Events :
Participation in local tribal marriage, festivals, dances, religious rituals, historical monuments will let you feel experience the different World.
Bird Watching :
Pong Wetland :
Best Time: 15th November to 15th March. Bird watching- Kangra Valley is one of the hot spot in India for
Duration: 3 to 4 Days, Altitude: 300 Mtrs.
Migratory Birds at Pong Wetland :
Resident Birds at Pong Wetland:
Spring-Summer Visitor Birds at Pong Wetland:
Shivalik Hills & Sarah Tea Garden :
Around Sarah, tea gardens are surrounded by lush groves and endless mosaics of irrigated fields of wheat and paddy.Nativ trees of these areas includes Mango ,Ficus ,Bamboo ,Amla, Poplar Etc.Mud,slate roofed houses represent the Himalayan architecture and life style.
Duration : 7 Days
Altitude : 1800 Mtrs to 3600 Mtr
Birds of Dhauladhar :
Himalayan Monal, Western Tragopan, Koklass Pheasant, Cheer Pheasant, Red Junglefowl, Kalij Pheasant, Snow Partridge, Hill Partridge, Grey Francoline, Himalayan Snowcock ,Black-throated Accentor, Grey-winged Blackbird, White-tailed Nuthatch, Altai Accentor, Black and Yellow Grosbeak, Brambling, Alpine Swift, Himalayan Swiftlet, Blue-fronted Redstart, Indian Blue Robin, Orange-flanked Bush Robin, Large-billed leaf Warbler, Twany Owl, Eurasian Cuckoo, Collared Owlet, Long-legged Buzzard, Golden Eagle etc.