Wild IQ Online


This 10-day program will connect you with top research students studying wildlife and forests.
Bats, birds, frogs, elephants, lizards, turtles, snakes, and more. Each day, you get to dive deep into one topic and learn things that Google may not be able to answer.
Engaging presentations, do-it-yourself (DIY) projects and discussions will be part of the one hour program.
After this program, you will be able to connect classroom theories to real-world conservation issues.
Parents, this is your best chance to find out how research could be a promising career option for your child.

Meet your researchers

Aditi Jayarajan
Ph.D. student, University of Florida, USA

Researching bat populations in the Caribbean Islands to understand how populations are structured and how they evolve.

Kalpana Das

Ph.D. student, Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, Germany

Studying ecomorphology of tropical frogs

Ashwini V Mohan
Ph.D. student, TU Braunschweig, Germany

Studying a genus of day geckos in the Indian Ocean islands

Nitin Saxena
Ph.D. Student, CES, IISc.

Studying the evolution of migration in birds and the interaction of different selection pressures in shaping the course of evolution.

Amrita M Menon
Research Affiliate, Nature Conservation Foundation

Working on a leopard conservation project using camera trapping and spatial capture-recapture methodology to obtain population estimates for leopards.

Sneha Dharwadkar
Co-founder of Freshwater Turtles and Tortoises of India (FTTI)

Working on ecology and conservation of lesser-studied and lesser-known turtle fauna of the country and herpetofauna of northern Western Ghats.

Sanjeeta Sharma Pokharel
Post Doc., CES, IISc.
Elephant biologist, researching on stress-physiology parameters in free-ranging Asian elephants.
Nachiketha Sharma
Doctoral Student, WRC, Kyoto University, Japan
Studying the Asian elephant’s behaviour both in wild and captive conditions
Priti Bangal
Research Associate, CES, IISc.
Studying interactions within mixed-species animal groups, how they influence community composition and the importance of some functional links in these groups.
Kesang Bhutia
Research student, Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE), Bangalore
Studying non-native ornamental horticultural species of India
Priyanka Swamy
Ph.D. Student, University of Mysore
Interested in answering fundamental questions related to population divergence, adaptation, phylogenetic relationships, biogeographic patterns, and conservation.

Watch what happened at our previous Wild IQ camp at KCRE camp site.

Video by our young participant….


Dates: 20th to 30th May 2020.

Time: 7 to 8pm

Eligibility: 8th to 12th grade kids (13 to 17 yrs).

ONLY 25 seats!