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Avian flu kills 45 birds in Sultanpur sanctuary, Gurgaon
India Today

At 7,000, migratory birds on rise in Okhla: Survey

Here's good news for bird watchers. Nearly 7,000 migratory birds have already arrived in Okhla Bird Sanctuary. Economic Times, 2 months ago

MoEF to decide fate of homebuyers near Okhla Bird Sanctuary soon

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) had forbidden the Noida Authority from giving completion certificates to the projects. NEW DELHI: More than 30,000 apartment buyers in Noida could finally get possession of their homes, with the ministry of environment and ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

Bharatpur's pride, painted storks, go missing, officials can't say why

Situated in Block D of the bird sanctuary, the painted storks colony has been in existence for at least 200 years. Theworld famous Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in Rajasthan has lost its biggest draw — the painted stork. The hugely popular and ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Pink Flamingos back in Okhla but flocks smaller

NOIDA: First came the Common Pochard and Common Coot. Then came the Eurasian Wigeon and Painted Stork. And, now the stunningly beautiful Greater Pink Flamingos have arrived at the Okhla bird sanctuary — but in small numbers. Much to the dismay ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Number of winged visitors on the decline in Okhla

Comment · print · T T T+· T- (Clock-wise) Streaked weaver, common teal, northern pintail, and bar-headed goose and graylag geese spotted at the Okhla Bird Sanctuary in Delhi. The Okhla Bird Sanctuary has recorded a decline in the bird ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Bird census to record visitor's staying pattern

ernment will soon carry out a census of indigenous and migratory birds and duration of their stay in the national Capital. The census will be done by the Forest Department, in collaboration with the Conservation Education Centre of Bombay Natural ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Delhi Govt to carry out census of migratory birds  Business Standard India1 month ago

Complain to DPCC now via WhatsApp and Facebook

Facebook With burning of agricultural waste adding to the city’s air pollution problem, the Delhi Pollution Control Committee has taken to social media to prevent garbage, waste material or leaves being burnt. To accomplish this, the pollution regulator has ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago

More time sought to shift Delhi bio-medical disposal plant

New Delhi, Jan 7 The city government Wednesday moved the Delhi High Court seeking extension of time to close the bio-medical waste treatment plant in south Delhi which is allegedly impacting health of residents of a nearby colony. A division ...
 ProKerala.com2 weeks ago HC stays closure of Delhi bio-medical disposal plant  Bombay News.Net2 weeks ago

Birders invited to take part in avian census

NOIDA: The Asian Waterbird Census (AWC), which records the population of water birds in the continent, is inviting participation from interested birders. The annual exercise of Wetlands International - South Asia (Wi-Sa), an NGO working towards ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

"Noida is a very good end-user market" Vikas Gupta, JMD, Earth Infrastructure

An exclusive question and answer session on NOIDA IS A VERY GOOD END-USER MARKET with JMD-Mr. Vikas Gupta, Earth Gorup There is a perceptible change in Noida's real estate market. The hub of affordable housing till now, the area is gradually ...
 Press Release Ping3 weeks ago
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