Two day meeting of 30 range countries of Central Asian Flyway begins

What is the news?  Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change has started two days Online Meeting of Central Asian Flyway (CAF) Range countries to strengthen the conservation actions for migratory birds and their habitats in the Central Asian Flyway. Flyways  A flyway is a geographical region within which a single or a group of migratory species completes its annual cycle –… Continue reading Two day meeting of 30 range countries of Central Asian Flyway begins

In a first, East Asian birds make Andaman stopover

Researchers of the Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) have said that sighting of news species of birds on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands has increased post 2004 Indonesian Tsunami. The Zoological survey of India is a subordinate organization of the Ministry of Environment, Forests, and Climate Change which works to promote the survey, exploration and… Continue reading In a first, East Asian birds make Andaman stopover

Migratory birds start arriving at Chilika, numbers are down

Migratory birds start arriving at Chilika, numbers are down News: Migratory birds arriving in Chilika lake this year winters have declined than their usual numbers. Important Facts: 2. About Chilika lake: Chilika Lake, Odisha is one of the largest wintering grounds in Asia, where close to one million birds congregate on the mudflats of the… Continue reading Migratory birds start arriving at Chilika, numbers are down