A bar-headed goose with a neck collar, spotted in Koonthankulam bird reserve in Tirunelveli district, has flown in all the way from Mongolia.The adult female, wintering at Kaadankulam pond, was spotted by Nagercoil-based school teacher and ... The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
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It was amazing, recalls birder Mansur Ahamed. He was at Koothankulam Bird Sanctuary, often referred to as birder's paradise, and he spotted thousands of bar-headed goose, the highest flying migratory bird. "We have seen them in 50s or 100s in ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: If you are planning to visit Okhla Bird Sanctuary and Yamuna for bird watching, you may return disappointed. All you have to do, instead, is to visit Najafgarh drain where you will find various species, including residents and migratory ...Times of India, 1 week ago
These Bengali tourists are so noisy, my host Sonam Yungda Bhutia said good-humouredly, though I noticed a trace of resentment in the tone. I enquired if this was particularly so for Bengalis, or for other tourists also. He clarified that he meant ...Outlooktraveller.com, 2 weeks ago
:41:17 A A- A+ Winged guests seem to have shown little interest about Hakaluki Haor, one of the country's biggest haors and a protected Ramsar site, as fewer of them have visited it this year compared to previous years due to local disturbances, ...Financial Express Bangladesh, 3 weeks ago
KANPUR: Rampant felling of trees has taken a toll on the flora and fauna of National Chambal Sanctuary in Etawah. The green cover is vanishing at a rapid pace. Timber mafias rule the roost in sanctuary area close to Bhareh, Mahua-Sunda, Kasauwa, ...Times of India, 4 weeks ago
Thanks to migratory waterbirds taking refuge here, the Najafgarh drain, the longest sewage drain in the Capital, has now been transformed into a wetland habitat. Asian Waterbird Census (AWC), an international census for wetland and water birds ...The Hindu, 4 weeks ago
Pong Dam (Himachal Pradesh), Feb 2 Similar News Articles One of the largest man-made wetlands in the foothills of the Himalayas, the Pong Dam reservoir in Himachal Pradesh, is currently home to around 43,000 bar-headed geese, probably half ...ProKerala.com, 1 month ago HP now home to half world's bar-headed geese New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago Himachal now home to half of world's bar-headed geese Times of India, 1 month ago
Shimla, Jan 31 Similar News Articles Over 1,25,000 feathered guests from 119 species were spotted in Himachal Pradesh's Pong Dam wetlands, among them the osprey, the buff bellied pipit and the Indian skimmer, which are rare in other Indian ...ProKerala.com, 1 month ago Himachal`s Pong wetlands have over 1.25 lakh birds ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago Himachal Pradesh to count feathered guests PardaPhash, 1 month ago Himachal to count migratory birds ProKerala.com, 1 month ago
The Karaivetti Bird Sanctuary, a 450 hectare (approximately 1,200 acres) verdant premises built around the Vettakudi irrigation tank in Ariyalur district, is just the right place to meet some of nature's frequent flyers. The sanctuary, around 60km ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
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