NAGPUR: Even as birdwatchers are keenly waiting to sight them in large numbers, sighting of a flock of 10 bar-headed geese in Gorewada lake has thrilled birders from the city. It is after nearly 20 years the winged guests from Mongolia have been ... Times of India, 1 week ago
GURGAON: More than a month after Sultanpur National Park started attracting migratory birds from various parts of the world, the number is still quite low as compared to the previous year. While last year around 35,000 migratory birds arrived in ...Times of India, 1 week ago Visiting birds down by half at Sultanpur National Park Economic Times, 1 week ago
Call for joint efforts to save birds STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Siliguri, 17 October Wildlife organisations have said a more coordinated effort should be made by the administration, foresters, common people and NGOs to stop the killing of birds ...The Statesman, 1 month ago
Released by Palgrave (Macmillan), Meltdown in Tibet , by traveler Michael Buckley , is an instructive book on the roof of the world. Its documentation is impeccable, and it deals with Tibet seen from a rarely tackled angle: its role in world ...Forbes.com, 1 month ago
Dadri Wetland has been at the centre of a legal row between a private university, industries, environmentalists and the Uttar Pradesh government. Dadri Wetland in Greater Noida, which hosted over 1,00,000 migratory birds even as recently as the ...India Today, 1 month ago
Many people know it's fall when birds head south, but migration is far more than just an autumn journey. Do you know these crazy migration facts? Migration Happens Year-Round It may seem that spring and fall are migration seasons, but there are ...Examiner.com, 2 months ago
HYDERABAD: The city of Hyderabad and its outskirts once boasted of numerous lakes. For many years, several of these major lakes have been the nesting grounds of the variety of avian species from far off lands, which migrate seasonally every year ...New Indian Express, 2 months ago
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