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Odisha launches dolphin census in Chilika lagoon, Bhitarkanika
OrissaDiary

No dolphin sighted this year in Bkanika coast

rest personnel of the Bhitarkanika National Park, who carried out an enumeration drive of dolphins on Friday at the sea coast and within a km from the shoreline coming under Rajnagar mangrove forest division, failed to spot a single dolphin this ... New Delhi Pioneer, 15 hours ago
Bhitarkanika ready for dolphin census Times of India, 1 week ago
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Odisha Samaya, 3 weeks ago
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New Delhi Pioneer, 3 weeks ago
OrissaDiary, 1 month ago
New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
Odisha Television, 3 weeks ago
OdishaSunTimes.com, 1 month ago

Bad weather hampers Dolphin census

Kendrapada, Feb 12 (UNI) The forest personnel of Bhitarkanika National Park engaged in the enumeration drive of dolphins today failed to spot a single dolphin due to bad weather condition. DFO of Rajnagar Mangrove (forest) and wildlife Division ...
 United News of India1 day ago
United News of India

Spotted deer killed; one arrested at Bkanika

Forest Range officials on Wednesday seized a dead spotted deer near the main gate of the Bhitarkanika National Park and arrested a person for allegedly killing the animal. Forest officials said the antelope might have been beaten to death as ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago Spotted deer killed, 1 held in Odisha  United News of India2 days ago
United News of India

Dolphin census begins in Bhitarkanika National Park

Kendrapara, Feb 11 (UNI) The enumeration drive of dolphins in the Bhitarkanika National Park will start tomorrow, Rajnagar Mangrove forest Division, DFO Bimal Prasanna Acharya, said here today. The dolphin census drive would be carried out from ...
 United News of India2 days ago
New Delhi Pioneer

Crocodile numbers increase to 1,671 in Bhitarkanika

itarkanika National Park, famous for the endangered saltwater crocodiles, has seen an increase of the rare species to 1,671, an annual census conducted by the Forest Department this year has found. In the national park and its neighbouring water ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago Number of crocodiles rises in Bhitarkanika  The Statesman3 weeks ago Number of crocodiles rises marginally in Bhitarkanika  Press Trust of India3 weeks ago Estuarine crocodile numbers increase in Odisha's Bhitarkanika  OdishaSunTimes.com3 weeks ago
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United News of India

Number of avian visitors fall in Bhitarkanika

Bhitarkanika: A report has shown that this winter has witnessed less migratory birds here at the National park in comparison with past winters. The latest figures released by the forest department showed that 1,06,356 feathered species from ...
 Odisha Samaya1 month ago Number of feathered visitors to Bhitarkanika falls  The Statesman1 month ago 87 types of migratory birds throng Bhitarkanika Park this winter  United News of India1 month ago Bkanika bird, croc count drive from Jan 8 to 17  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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OdishaSunTimes.com

Bhitarkanika national park to remain closed for visitors from Jan 8 for annual wildlife census

Odisha Sun Times Bureau Kendrapara, Jan 6: Bhitarkanika National Park in Odisha's Kendrapara district will remain closed for visitors from January 8 to 17 for annual census of salt water crocodiles and migratory birds. During this period ...
 OdishaSunTimes.com1 month ago Bhitarkanika sees impressive growth  The Statesman1 month ago Bhitarkanika to remain closed from Jan 8 for croc, bird census  Odisha Television1 month ago Bhitarkanika National Park closed for annual census of crocodile  Odisha Samaya2 months ago
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New Indian Express

Crocodile population rises to 1671 in Bhitarkanika

Rajnagar: There is good news for wildlife lovers: the number of estuarine crocodiles in the Bhitarkanika National Park and nearby river and nullahs has increased to 1671 this year, according to latest census report. A total of 1580 crocodiles ...
 Odisha Television3 weeks ago Crocodiles Rise And Thrive in Bhitarkanika  New Indian Express3 weeks ago Bhitarkanika: Estuarine Crocodile population rises to 1671  Odisha Samaya3 weeks ago Enumeration Ends, Crocodile Population May Go up  New Indian Express3 weeks ago
The Hindu

Page scan

Which organisation conferred endangered status to the migratory birds that fly to Bhitarkanika? Send the correct answer toschool@thehindu.co.in[Subject: Page Scan]. Do mention your name, class, school and city. Wednesday's answer: The town was ...
 The Hindu1 month ago PTI - BIRDS - Decrease of migratory birds in Bhitarkanika National Park  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago Decrease of migratory birds in Bhitarkanika National Park  Zee News1 month ago PTI - BIRDS 2 LAST  Namibia Press Agency2 months ago
Odisha Television

Visitors entry to be banned in Bhitarkanika

T he Forest department has decided to ban visitors entry to the Bhitarkanika National Park from January 8 for the census of saltwater crocodiles and birds. DFO of Rajnagar Wildlife Division, Bimal Prasanna Acharya said, There will be no movement ...
 Odisha Samaya1 month ago Bhitarkanika to remain closed from Jan 8 for wildlife census  Odisha Television1 month ago Nandankanan Visit to Cost More from March 1  New Indian Express1 day ago
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