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Wetlands vanish but sarus rise 5-fold in census

NOIDA: A recent census of sarus cranes in Gautam Budh Nagar conducted by the forest department has got ecologists' hackles up for claiming that their number has risen five times over last year's. Ecologists have questioned both the methodology and ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago

Birds symbols and forecasters of events

Blog Article 15 Dec. 2014 10:47 PM IST ...
 Nagaland Post5 days ago

Migrating flamingos that have headed north ended up in SIBERIA

Four flamingos recently touched down in various parts of Siberia Fishermen rescued one that landed on an ice lake in the Tomsk region Scientists are baffled about what's causing the birds to veer off course By Ted Thornhill for MailOnline 4 ...
 Capital Bay1 week ago

Ganga Katri could be a wildlife sanctuary

KANPUR: The jungle of Ganga Katri could become a future destination for nature lovers and wildlife experts and become a natural wildlife sanctuary for the fact that it houses a wide variety of flora and fauna. Situated on the outskirts of city after ...
 Times of India1 week ago Ganga Katri could be a natural wildlife sanctuary  Times of India1 week ago

Project to restore wetlands reserve launched

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has launched a four-year long project to restore the Lang Sen Wetlands Reserve in the southern province of Long An. The project, titled "Avoidance of maladaptation through climate smart agriculture and restoration of ...
 VietnamPlus1 month ago
International Business Times UK

Largest Flamingo Breeding Site in Asia Threatened By 262km Road Construction

The largest breeding site for flamingos in Asia is threatened with clearance for a road construction through the area in Kutch wildlife sanctuary in Gujarat(Reuters) The largest breeding site for flamingos in Asia is being threatened due to the ...
 International Business Times UK1 month ago
Times of India

Wetlands facing threat in India

SHIMLA: Basai Wetland of Gurgaon in Haryana, one of the important bird areas of country, is facing threat of being lost forever. Located close to national capital Delhi, migratory bird count of this wetland has shown a decline, mainly because of ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Lion conservation gone wrong

A file photo of an Asiatic lion at the Nehru Zoological Park in Hyderabad. Photo: AFP The state of Gujarat has much to be proud of in creating a safe haven for the Asiatic lion. But the influx of tourists and the high concentration of animals in ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
India Today

16 different species of migratory birds flock to Najafgarh

Even as Delhi's prominent and protected bird habitats lay waiting for migratory birds, the seasonal visitors have chosen to make a sewage drain - the Najafgarh nullah and jheel - their home in the city. Over 5,000 birds of at least 16 different ...
 India Today1 month ago

Wild calling

His profile says he is notorious for avoiding phone calls and meetings, but Rohan Chakravarty, whose exhibition Wildlife the Toonie Way was the 101st show at The Indian Cartoon Gallery in Bangalore last month, comes across as warm and amiable. I ...
 Hindu Business Line2 months ago
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