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Pristine Russia Festival Opening
Caspian Pipeline Consortium

Pristine Russia Festival Opening

, Nikolay Gorban, Caspian Pipeline Consortium General Director, and Mikhail Grishankov, CPC Deputy General Director, took part in the opening of the 4th All-Russia Pristine Russia Festival. The event is being held from January 20 till February 26 in ... Caspian Pipeline Consortium, 1 day ago

Visitors enjoying Turkey's genbank

KOCAELİ Anadolu Agency Dubbed the living genbank since it is home to many endangered animals, the Faruk Yalçın Zoo in Darıca close to Istanbul received 400,000 visitors last year. Education and Marketing Director Gökmen Aydın said the ...
 Turkish Daily4 days ago

Demand to protect Sardar Samand Lake

JAISALMER: For the winged species that arrive from faraway regions during winter and other fauna, Sardar Samand Lake in Pali district, an hour's drive from Jodhpur, and nearby areas are a birding paradise. A blend of woodland, wetland and ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Rare migratory birds spotted near Gurugram parks

Gurugram, Jan 5 Rare migratory birds are being spotted in and near Sultanpur National Park here, including the white-tailed eagle and yellow-legged button quall in neighbouring Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary, for the first time in 90 years, wildlife ...
 ProKerala.com2 weeks ago
Times of India

Habitat destruction, climate change resulting in fewer migratory birds this winter

Nagpur: It's that time of the year when the region plays host to thousands of migratory birds who start their journeys from Siberia, Russia, Eurasia, China, Mongolia, Tibet, the Himalayas and other countries. But, this time, the dwindling number of ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago As winters close in, migratory birds flock Haryana  Hindustan Times1 month ago Hurdles abound for migratory birds  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Tribal wetlands growing popular with winged visitors

edited Udaipur: Till some time back, when one spoke of migratory birds in Rajasthan, it usually meant at Bharatpur, but due to good rains, the tribal wetlands are proving perfect hideaways for birds of various species, including some endangered ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Jhajjar counts its winged guest loss

Ravinder Saini in Jhajjar If migratory birds could say words, they could have asked for poetic justice. Humans have served a notice on their natural habitats thousands of miles across the borderless realm ordained by Mother Nature. Jhajjar's ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago


Ornithologists, more commonly known as bird-specialists, state that the migratory pattern of the winged species may show marked variations as they tend to gravitate towards areas that presently offer them desirable food and better habitats A ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago Paradise lost  Kathmandu Post1 month ago

ICYMI: Bird Records Committees: A Modest Proposal

The ABA Blog has been in existence for almost 7 years, and there's a lot of good content back in the archives that deserves an audience now that it might not have received way back when. So, semi-regularly we will bring some of that stuff back.
 Before It's News1 month ago

Road along Fatehsagar lake gets new sign boards

Famously known as lake city, Udaipur has now a street fully dedicated information on birds. As many as 60 Sign boards on birds has been put up at the Rani Road along the historic Fatehsagar Lake (one of the four lakes constructed in 1687). The installation of ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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