Wildlife

Melghat tiger reserve petroling progrmme

Posted by pravin baviskar on December 24, 2013

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Dear all,
It was very pleasant & challenging program for me when I was informed by our club.Being a senior executive in my job I have to make special arrangements to take leave for entire week. I was also little worried because the program was arranged in mid winter I.e. from 15/12/2013 to 22/12/2013. When I have started traveling form Paratwad to Jarida where I have to report  for joining in as a volunteer, The site seeing was very much pleasant because of ghat & greenery.We have been allotted camp Bori Ghogra.During my stay of entire week I have traveled almost 100 KM in the sanctuary.The thick forest of Teak wood & bamboos was very pleasant. We have seen very few pug marks of bear, Bibtya, samber & only twice we can see barking dear.I was very worried for wild life's thin population.During my entire stay I was thinking how we can bring back the presence of wild life, can we re habilates some animals from other santuries & how we can encourage the animals so that they can safely stay in their forest.This is problems all we have to solve jointly.But during my stay I made promise to my self that at least every year one week I would like to spare for these animals for what ever servise is to be required for improvement life of wild life any were in India & abrod also.

Ezine

Simple Science

Posted by Susan Sharma on December 18, 2013

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Deveopments in Science have been exponential in the last few years.  Study of science has become highly specialised as a result.  Reflecting on these developments in a  holistic manner is being done by many Western publishers.   Adapting the scientific developments to the indian scene is what S. Anathanarayanan has spent the last thirteen years doing.  Our club has published over  30 of our articles in our monthly ezines.  The author has now published all his published articles at the following link.   The site is user friendly and loads very fast.   Do have alook

Anthropomorphism

to save our nature

Posted by chaithanya on December 06, 2013

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I always wanted to save nature for our future and the comming generation. I feel to save nature is easy but all us should think in a better way. there are lot of r's to save nature but we are not doing so. we waste things in one or the other way.we dispose the disposablewaste in such a manner that it may get spoilt.for examples, like papers,we crush it through it and never use again! i want is that the world should stop using garbage and the people who dont should be severly punished. reduce,reuse and recycle are the only way to conserve our planet motherearth.

Environment Awareness

Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre

Posted by Sheikh Gulzaar on November 22, 2013

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Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre where I am working andhave to collect the data and if at this time the Government of Jammu andKashmir will cooperate than I will meet the ends of success. We must note itthat in future we will have clothes, homes but the food and medicine s will beshort as such shortage has to fulfill. We are living under the open sky that isright but living without food and medicine is IMPOSSIABLE.


More details:-
The JK Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
"Ginkgo House" Aziz Abad, Nambalbal, Pampore PPR JK 192121
Mob:09858986794
Ph: 01933-223705
e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com
home:
http://jkmpic.blogspot.in

Environment Awareness

Losing Habitat of Migratory Birds : Mote Majra, Mohali, Punjab, India

Posted by salil sharma on November 11, 2013

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Losing Habitat of Migratory Birds : Mote Majra

Mote Majra is a small village near Mohali which boasts of having  a rich fauna and flora too especially a great variety of birds. Last week there was a photograph with a caption

“ Winged Guests Are Here; Migratory Birds At Mote Majra in Mohali” by Vicky Gharu  in The Tribune. These migratory birds are not here for the entire winter but for a halt on their great migratory leap. So we planned to visit the visitors this weekend. To our utter surprise we could not locate even a single out of the flock despite waiting patiently for a long time. Yes there were some other birds of course like the common kingfisher, red wattle lapwing, Intermediate egret; Black winged Kite,Crow Pheasants and cormorants.

After a long wait we finally approached a local villager who told us that a person has hired the local pond on a contract for fishing and has put some people to work for him to put a net all over the pond so that the migratory birds are unable to catch the fish. This labour has been hired for an amount of 30000/. Now with no food on arrival, the migratory birds have no option but to carry on their migration path ahead. It’s really disheartening to see such human interference.

Water Bodies are providing the habitat to the local and migratory bird species and playing key role in maintaining the balance in natural environmental parameters. The human activities and interference are destroying the natural water bodies' characteristics thereby depriving the migratory birds of their natural habitat  at many places. There is a need to study such aquatic ecosystems for understanding the gravity of environmental problems and to find solutions to improve the habitat of migratory birds which directly help in protecting the bird species. The governments of such places should come forward to save the natural environment.

 

 

Anthropomorphism

www.wildslife.com

Posted by hariom on November 06, 2013

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This is new india wildlife site .i want to sell this site . contact at hariom.sharma151@gmail.com

General

You and I can save the World.

Posted by Arindam Aditya on October 29, 2013

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For those people who are not interested in Wildlife-
         It is not necessary to you that you have to love wildlife or interest in wildlife. But just one request, Don't kill them or harm them. Animals are not harmful until you disturb them, so live them their own life. 

Nature Heals

i am very interested in thistype of activity.

Posted by mayur on October 21, 2013

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hi i am mayur jariwala.

i just join wild life because i love wild life and nature.

Bio-Diversity

Save the gene pool - " I want to change the world - Nothing is Impossible "

Posted by Arvind Kumar S. Shukla on September 28, 2013

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Save The Gene Pool - " I want to change the world - Nothing is Impossible "

Emerging from the Gene Pool : Experience Life

A large gene pool indicates high genetic diversity, increased chances of biological fitness, and survival. A small gene pool indicates low genetic diversity, reduced chances of acquiring biological fitness, and increased possibility of extinction. 


Gene pool increases when mutation occurs and survives. Gene pool decreases when the population size is significantly reduced (e.g. famine, genetic disease, etc.). Some of the consequences when gene pool is small are low fertility, and increased probability of acquiring genetic diseases and deformities. 

Gene pool gives an idea of the number of genes, the variety of genes and the type of genes existing in a population. It can be used to help determine gene frequencies or the ratio between different types of genes in a population.

Eco-tour

Tribal Camp @ pench tiger reserve MP

Posted by sandeep on September 21, 2013

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This camp spells true to its nature and gives the ultimate feel of being with the nature ... the wooden machaans and the decks behind each room overlooking the forest is awesome.. to feel the place log on to www.penchtribalcamp.com



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