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  • Bhopal: Vulture centre fails to yield desired results so far, say forest officials

    The vulture centre which was developed near Kerwa dam back in 2010-11, for breeding of the endangered natural scavengers has failed to yield the result which was expected by the officials of forest department. Officials concerned had even under gone a specialised training in Pinjore, Haryana still the purpose of the centre to have over 125 vultures till date has not been realised. According to sources, the number of vultures in the

  • Mumbai: BNHS stresses need for strict measures to protect wildlife habitat

    Mumbai: With projects like airports and power plants disturbing the wildlife habitat, the impact assessment study conducted by Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) on a number of infrastructure projects has raised the need to follow several measures in order to protect the wildlife habitat.

  • Mumbai: Survey on to find grassland areas

    Mumbai: Alarmed by the dwindling population of endangered grassland species Great Indian Bustard, Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) along with Pune Wildlife Division has initiated a survey to find out the total grassland areas and to know the population of grassland species in Maharashtra.

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    Upcoming Navi Mumbai airport to clip Flamingo wings

    Mumbai: After the migratory bird flamingos were affected by the Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link Project (MTHL), the birds are now likely to get affected by the proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) after land filling activities destroyed the wetlands located close to the proposed airport.

  • BNHS to take up bird counting today, invites nature lovers

    Mumbai : A random count of various species of birds would be taken up by city-based Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) on November 15 for which it has sought active participation of bird enthusiasts.

  • BNHS to take up bird counting on November 15

    Mumbai: A random count of various species of birds would be taken up by city-based Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) on November 15 for which it has sought active participation of bird enthusiasts.

  • Talk Of The town

    Brunch With Birds Workshop