Junior Research Assistant, CUES
Fizala Tayebulla’s curiosity in urban ecology stems from her captivation with ecology and its intricate processes. She has worked in the urban ecological landscape as part of her dissertation in Masters in Environment and Development. She is an avid birder and is the in-house CUES photographer and designer. She is also part of the official Editorial Team of CUES blog. She has previously been associated with a nature conservation organization, working mostly in the fringes of Protected Areas and rivers in Assam.
Contributions to CUES blog:
- Lockdown Effects: Conditioning of Stray Dogs to Vehicular Traffic
- Avid Birding in Covid Times: Experience from Guwahati
- Every story has a beginning, a Middle and an End
- Sightings of Lesser Whistling Ducks in the middle of the city amidst Corona Lockdown
- A Way Towards Nature Education for Young Children
- Greater Flamingo in Najafgarh, Delhi
- House Sparrows and Significance of Urban Green Spaces
- What Makes Some Birds Urban Exploiters?
- Green Spaces in the Urban
- Living with Particulate Matter
- Where Are The Fish Ladders In Our Dams?
- Going, Going, Gone: Deepor Beel