Local government authority and stakeholders took an action to save the Globally Threatened vulture habitat in Kaptanganj, Lamahi, Dang. Kaptanganj. The nesting site of Critically Endangered White-rumped Vulture, Slender-billed Vulture and Endangered Egyptian Vulture lies in lamahi Municipality-7, the Dang-Deukhuri Foothill Forest and West Rapti Wetland Important Bird and Biodiversity Area. Bird Conservation Nepal has been monitoring the vulture nesting colony since a decade and conducting several community awareness programs around the site. However, the site is encroached by local people and intentionally destroying the vulture nesting trees as well potential trees. To halt this situation stakeholder meeting was held in 10 March 2019; on the chairmanship of Kul Bahadur K.C., Mayor of Lamahi Municipality in the presence of Shankar Praasaad Gupta, Division Forest Officer, Division Forest Office, Deukhuri, Gopal Gwanly, Narti Community Forest Co-ordination Committee, Lamahi, Arun Kumar Singh, Police Inspector, Lamahi, Dilli Bahadur Rawat, President, Environment Sustainable Development and Research Center (ESDRC), Dang, Ishwari Prasad Chaudhary, Vulture Technician, Bird Conservation Nepal (BCN), journalists and conservationist. The meeting made a decision to mark the all vulture nesting trees and potential tall and big trees and stop cutting them down in future. At the same Participants also discussed to explore the potentiality of operating Home Stay in the area to promote ecotourism and livelihood improvement off local community. It is a very appreciative action initiated by local government authority on the vulture conservation.