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Information On Bird Watching In North Bengal

Information On Bird Watching In North Bengal

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Bird watching is a wonderful and enjoyable profession. There are many people who are fond of bird watching. If you are also fond of seeing and knowing beautiful birds, you should come to North Bengal. More than one bird is seen here among the hills and forests settled in Darjeeling, the queen of mountains. At present, 250 to 300 magnificent and many rare species of birds can be seen here in the lap of the Himalayas. It is famous worldwide due to its beautiful valleys and beautiful dense forests of Dooars. Darjiling is famous for 4-T', which means Tea, Transport, Tourism, and Timber. It has started attracting tourists from all over the country and worldwide for bird watching in North Bengal. See also, Doctor Salim Ali: Bird Man Of India source: Internet media Bird Watching In North B...
World Wildlife Day 2022: History And Significance

World Wildlife Day 2022: History And Significance

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Due to the increasing population, the number of forests is continuously decreasing in the country and abroad. As the forest decreases, the number of wildlife is also decreasing continuously. In such a situation, the need to protect them is constantly being felt. There was a time when forests were abundant in the country. At that time, people did not care at all about what would happen if the forest was over. Now that many wildlife species have become extinct due to the continuous depletion of forests, the government is making a lot of efforts to conserve these forests. Due to the decrease in forests, it is affecting the environment, so more emphasis is being laid on Wildlife And Conservation/Maintenance Of Forests. Keeping this in mind, World Wildlife Day is celebrated on March 3. ...
Rare Bird Species Are Seen In Biodiversity Park Of Delhi

Rare Bird Species Are Seen In Biodiversity Park Of Delhi

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The atmosphere of Delhi, the capital of India, is pleasing to the birds. It is the reason why Rare Bird Species Are Being Seen in the Biodiversity Park of Delhi. In this year's census, 420 species have been recorded in different parks. Last year 46 species were seen in Aravali Biodiversity Park, but their number has increased to 73. Among them, the Eastern Arfian Warblers and Black Eagles have been found mainly. Both these species are pretty rare. Seen them after a long time. Bird Species In Biodiversity Park Of Delhi Counting birds was done in all Biodiversity Parks of Delhi on behalf of the Big Bird Day organization. However, apart from the parks, the species present in other wetlands and bird hotspots of Delhi are yet to be recorded. Based on that, the new census of bird...
In Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary, 2 New Animals Found

In Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary, 2 New Animals Found

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Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary is a Famous Wildlife Sanctuary of Chandigarh. It is situated near Sukhna Lake in the Shivalik hills of the city. It is located just 2 kilometers away from the lake. Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary is now more dense and diverse than before. This sanctuary has been making headlines as the sanctuary has witnessed the presence of Jungle Cat and Barking Deer for the first time. According to reports, both these animals have never been seen in this sanctuary before. source: wikipedia.org Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary This report has come out in the Wildlife Institute of India (WWI) Dehradun. The Forest and Wildlife Department conducted this wildlife survey from May 5 to 9, 2021, with the help of technical support and experts from WWI. The WWI team has extensive experienc...
Growth Of Forests In India In Last 2 Years

Growth Of Forests In India In Last 2 Years

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Forests In India: The whole world had to face many problems During The Corona Epidemic. But like there are two sides to a thing; similarly, there have been some positive effects of the epidemic. Can't say anything about the whole world right now, but in our country India, a piece of good news has come out about trees and forests. The Ministry of Forest and Environment has issued a biennial report on the current situation of the deprived. According to him, the area of forests and trees in the country has increased by 2261 square kilometers compared to 2019. In this, the forest area has increased to 1540 square kilometers, and the area of tree cover has increased to 7021 square kilometers. Forests In India According to this report, the forests of Andhra Pradesh have increased the ...
Top 6 Wildlife Sanctuaries Of North India

Top 6 Wildlife Sanctuaries Of North India

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Our country India is a country rich in many types of flora and fauna. According to the information received, India is the eighth most biodiverse country in the world. Due to being rich in diversity, tourists come from far and wide to see the wildlife in India. Your trip is incomplete if you haven't visited a Wildlife Park Or Sanctuary for a holiday with your family. The fun of seeing rare animals, clicking pictures, while visiting the sanctuary is the real fun. On the occasion of New Year, you can experience the places of beauties of deep forest, real-life habitats of animals, their way of living, and an endless variety of wildlife and rugged yet beautiful surroundings. So today we will tell you about some of the best wildlife sanctuaries of North India. Best Wildlife Sanctuaries O...
Indian Grey Hornbill: State Bird Of Chandigarh

Indian Grey Hornbill: State Bird Of Chandigarh

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Just as the peacock is the national bird of our country, in the same way, there are different state birds of the Different States Of The Country. Today we will talk about Ghusar Dhanesh, the state bird of Chandigarh. It is Indian Ghusar Dhanesh, Common Gray Dhaneshu, Dhanchiri, etc. is known by the names. In English, it is called Indian Grey Hornbill and Common Grey Hornbill Dhanesh. Along with India, it is also seen sporadically in Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh. In India, it is found in Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, and parts of Rajasthan. It is not found in the Western Ghats, North-East states, and coastal parts of Rajasthan to the west and...
Most Famous Wildlife Sanctuary Of Tripura

Most Famous Wildlife Sanctuary Of Tripura

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Tripura is a northeastern State Of India known for its unparalleled natural beauty. The state has a rich cultural heritage, architectural splendour, and incredible nature. Filled with lush green hills, valleys, waterfalls, and districts, Tripura attracts many tourists. Tripura is also very rich in flora and fauna. The environment of Tripura is quite attractive for fauna. Hence there are many wildlife sanctuaries which are the habitat of many animals, birds, insects, and plant kingdoms. Apart from this, about two-thirds of the area is covered by forest, where various trees, orchids, birds, and wildlife are found. Today we will talk about the wildlife sanctuary of Tripura, which provides various attractions to tourists. source: lbb.in Wildlife sanctuary of Tripura Rowa Wildlife Sa...
Did You Know About Some Facts Of Animals

Did You Know About Some Facts Of Animals

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Many types of animals and Birds Are Found in this world, and everyone has their own distinct identity and qualification. There will be some such creatures in the world about which we have not known to date. There are also some facts of animals that we feel strange thinking about. But do you know some amazing facts about animals that we consider true, but in reality, they are not true. It is just a myth that we are unaware of. Today we will see some similar facts about such animals. Some Facts Of Animals Bees It is said that bee stings only once. There are three types of bees in a beehive. These are the male honey bee, the female honey bee, and the queen honey bee. To sting, only the female bee has the stinger. On the other hand, if we talk about male bees, then they do not ha...
Desert Birds: Types And Their Adaptation

Desert Birds: Types And Their Adaptation

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A desert is a barren land with sand on all sides. In the region of the desert, there is very little rainfall, i.e., almost nil. Therefore, the atmosphere of the desert region is very dry. In the desert environment, the day is as hot as the night is cold. In this cold and hot environment, the adaptation of the animals living there is different. The Plants And Animals found there are adapt themselves, for example, camel and cactus. Such creatures are specially adapted to living in the desert area only. Today we will tell you about the birds found in the desert area, which have adapted themselves. Also, in those extreme environments of the desert, many birds thrive with developed adaptations. Let us try to understand the adaptation of those desert birds. Types Of Desert Birds Adaptation ...