Organic cleaners workshop
Toda mund explorations
Ecological restoration workshop
School engagement programs
Nilgiri exposure visits

The Society, based in the Nilgiris, southern India, was formed when a group of individuals came together to work towards an ecologically sensitive community where people and biodiversity coexist.

Join us to take part in the activities towards conservation and education.  Read our Newsletters to know more.

Nilgiri Natural History Society endeavors to redefine life, nature and humanity through an ecologically sound and socially responsible value system. It aims to permeate manifestations of actions and thought processes across all walks of life. Inspiration and imagination are core to the Nilgiri Natural History Society.

The  Society was started in 2010 by a group of individuals who have been working in the region of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve for 15 years and more. These individuals are part of Keystone Foundation and have decided to launch the society to include people who believe that ecological societies are possible, where people and biodiversity coexist. The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve is a region which is alive with these examples and the society seeks to understand and learn from them.

Nilgiri Natural History Society functions from the Bee Museum at Ooty, the Nilgiris and is open to membership from individuals or institutions.