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A sarus crane with its offsprings

at Lucknow zoo on Siasat Daily, 3 weeks ago

Water scarcity hits sarus courtship in Etawah, Mainpuri

Kanpur: The courtship of sarus cranes has been hit by the scarcity of water in lakes, ponds and paddy fields in the habitat of the state bird in Etawah and Mainpuri districts. Wildlife experts and environmentalists claim that only a few birds have ...
 Times of India1 month ago

The people are friendly, the food delicious, in Rajasthan India

Darina Allen is delighted by the people, the sights and sounds — and of course the food — of Rajasthan. "Children wave and cheer when they see us and ask 'take my photo'. Many women partially cover their faces with their saris." Im ...
 Irish Examiner3 days ago

Housing boom in Gurgaon's green areas

With migratory birds flying off to other destinations after their winter sojourn in the wetlands of the NCR, Gurgaon's green areas are witnessing a different kind of housing boom. Indigenous birds are busy securing a place for breeding and are ...
 Hindustan Times5 days ago
Hindustan Times

Flora and fauna in parched Bil Akbarpur wetland under threat

Wild animals in Greater Noida's Bil Akbarpur area are facing a severe threat to life as the 68-hectare natural wetland is parched with temperature touching nearly 44 degrees on Saturday. The HT team spotted nine deers and two Blackbucks on ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

'Did you know chinkara gets its name from a sneeze?'

JAIPUR: A rare opportunity to glimpse Rajasthan's wildlife was offered at the illustrated lecture by former chief wildlife warden of the state, VD Sharma. A series of photographs of animals now grown quite rare - including fruit-stealing civets and ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Retired forest officer offers insights into Rajasthan wildlife  Times of India2 weeks ago

Fires burn large parts of Battambang forest

A forest fire that has destroyed endangered birds' breeding sites rages in Battambang province's Prek Toal protected area. WCS Cambodia Fires have consumed more than 2,000 hectares of Prek Toal protected area in Battambang, killing some animals ...
 Phnom Penh Post2 weeks ago

Heat, water shortages affecting rare bird life

Cambodia's critically endangered national bird, the giant ibis, forages for food within the Lumphat Wildlife Sanctuary in 2014. Birdlife Cambodia Conservationists are expressing concern that some of the Kingdom's endangered birds are not ...
 Phnom Penh Post2 weeks ago

Hundreds Of Birds And Animals Burn To Death After Fire Breaks Out In Agra Forest Sanctuary

The burnt remains of birds that could not fly, their nests with eggs and fledglings, and reptiles that were caught unawares in their holes, besides other animals that could not run away in time are all that is left in a four-hectare area of the Soor ...
 Indiatimes3 weeks ago Negligence turns Agra sanctuary into inferno  Times of India3 weeks ago
Times of India

Many birds, animals die in Agra bird sanctuary fire

AGRA: A major fire broke out at Soor Sarovar Bird Sanctuary on Friday night due to sparking in high-tension wires crossing over the protected forest area. Hundreds of birds and animals were killed in the incident. It took forest department and fire ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Major fire breaks out at Agra's bird sanctuary, hundreds of birds and animals killed  Times of India3 weeks ago
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