Bird Watching

Bird Diversity in the city in turmoil.

Bird Diversity in the city in turmoil.
-Ajay Gadikar
Almost all metro cities of India are facing this imbalance. The pigeon population has risen to levels that has started to create a menace for the public. They are unwanted guests now in any area of the city.


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Citizen Science

Parallel computing to tame biofuel

Parallel computing to tame biofuel
-S.Ananthanarayanan

In a warming world, biological processes would be the viable way to provide food, as well as materials for non-food applications. And it is with the help of increasing computing ability that the world may be able to manage the growing complexity of demand and supply while keeping the drain on the earth’s resources under control.

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News and Views

News and Views

News.............

Every now and then we need to remind ourselves that IndianWildlifeClub.com is a community portal.  Do have a look at our members from India page.  

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Web of Life

Biodiversity through Organic Farming – A Sustainable Way

Biodiversity through Organic Farming – A Sustainable Way 
-K.Amina Bibi
Restoring Biodiversity:
Biodiversity is the ONLY SOLUTION for the ill effects caused by Climate Change.  Restored habitats and conserved Biodiversity can absorb the carbon dioxide produced by the industries and give us fresh load of Oxygen.  Formation of Wind Breaks and Shelter Belts protect from the tidal disasters and sand drifting.  They check soil erosion along with wind erosion, protect man, matters, and livestock from hot and cold winds, and also provide them habitat.  Mangroves serve as a breeding ground for aquatic lives. .................

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Wilderness Volunteers

A write-up on the ongoing Joint patrolling program at Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra

A write-up on the ongoing Joint patrolling program at Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra
-Dr.Susan Sharma, IndianWildlifeClub.com

In 2013, we conducted an online survey on the volunteering space in wildlife conservation in the Indian context.  The survey was administered to individual IWC members and to NGOs/Others in the space interested in recruiting volunteers.  We received 496 responses in all.   

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