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Subscribe to our channel

Posted by Susan Sharma on December 12, 2019

 
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Please subscribe to your Club's own YouTube channel with over 230 videos uploaded.  All the videos relate to nature and wildlife.  

Click on the subscribe button on the channel and also click on the bell button next to it so that you receive notifications whenever we upload a new video.


All that you need to subscribe is a gmail address.  Log in with your gmail id and click on the channel


https://www.youtube.com/c/SusanSharma-WildbytesTV

Here are some of our latest uploads


Writer, Speaker, Traveller, all for the love of wildlife 


London Wetland Centre


 Music for the Wild

 

2500 Years Ago

 

Red Crested Pochards Arrive in Delhi

 

 

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Subscribe to our channel

Posted by Susan Sharma on December 12, 2019

 
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Here are some of our latest uploads

 

 

 Music for the Wild

 

2500 Years Ago

 

Red Crested Pochards Arrive in Delhi

 

 

Subscribe to our channel and click on the bell button next to it to be notified of our new uploads

Team IWC

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IVAD

Posted by Susan Sharma on September 05, 2019

 
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7th September, 2019 is International Vulture Awareness Day. Have a look at the You Tube films we have made on the Indian vultures. This vulture day is special for me and my friend Geeta. We discovered a natural nesting site of Himalayan Griffon Vultures in Lunta Valley.

The sightings were confirmed to be those of Griffon Vultures by none other than Chris Bowden who heads "SAVE"(Saving Asia's Vultures from Extinction)

 

On a four day visit to Dharamshala in August, 2019, a trek to Nagooni falls rate as my best experience in Dharamshala.The Lunta Valley trek to Nagooni falls starts from the small hydroelectric project at Kharota in Khaniara,9 km from Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh.The route is taken by goats, mules, cows and shepherds.Goat farming is the main source of income for marginal and landless farmersLunta is home to one of the largest slate mines in the country. Slate roofs are commonly found in houses in H.PHimalayan butterflies greeted us on the way.The Himalayan Griffon Vultures were flying about and the discovery of their nest site was a thrilling experience.

https://youtu.be/eiIU-Q5aGk0


Vultures of India-A glimpse

https://youtu.be/3ktlmpnyDvE

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Some recent uploads in our You Tube channel IndianWildlifeClub

Posted by Susan Sharma on August 06, 2019

 
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Silent Valley National Park, Kerala- A jewel of Kerala not so silent anymore!

https://youtu.be/vCuWGaA8r5E

 

A Date with Southern Birdwing butterfly at Thenmala

https://youtu.be/_M-5DzCbPM8

 

Make Seed balls- Conservation Education Centre, BNHS at New Delhi, shows the way.

https://youtu.be/EfgWrRxeUj4

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Wildbytes TV-Watch our latest videos

Posted by Susan Sharma on March 07, 2019

 
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Kew Botanical Garden in London-a window to the tropical section

 

 

Portrait of a Village - Trijugi Narayan in Rudra Prayag

 

 

Najafgarh Jheel Flamingos

 

 

Flamingo Count - Greater Flamingos of Okhla Bird Sanctuary

 

 

 

NOIDA Flower show-Snippets on co-operative farming, water gardening and butterfly gardening

 

Rudra Prayag-Three mighty Rivers in Uttarakhand, India

 

 

 

Tailoring a Nest- Ashy Prinia

 

 

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Check out the latest videos in our You Tube channel

Posted by Susan Sharma on January 07, 2019

 
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Biodiversity of Rajasthan

Posted by Susan Sharma on December 11, 2018

 
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The post in this forum about Rajasthan Film Festival is the prompt for this post.

Rajasthan is a biodiversity hotspot and we have four short films in our youtube channel celebrating the biodiversity of Rajasthan.  Watch them!

Sariska National Park

Chandlai Lake-Half Day Birding near Jaipur

Jhalana Forest Reserve, Jaipur, Where leopard is King

Living with the Park, Ranthambhore National Park I

Living with the Park, Ranthambhore National Park II

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A trailer for our videos on you tube

Posted by Susan Sharma on December 08, 2018

 
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Wildbytes TV channel is now seen by nearly 70% of our members on their smart phones.  Having crossed 1000 subscriptions to the channel, I have now produced a trailer  video which recounts the idea behind creating this channel.  While the content in our online club is consumed by all age groups, the digital generation of 18 to 34 eagerly consume online videos.

 

Here is a link to the Trailer video.  And yes, please do subscribe and click on the bell next to the subscribe button so that you are informed when we upload a new video.   

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MxkyLgtlNw

 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MxkyLgtlNw

 

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Latest in our You Tube Channel

Posted by Susan Sharma on December 01, 2018

 
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IndianWildlifeClub TV channel

Posted by Susan Sharma on May 16, 2018

 
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Our latest additions to IndianWildlifeClub You Tube channel can be viewed at

Please subscribe and write in your comments on the videos on the youtube page.
We are also in the process of making our own TV channel http://wildbytes.tv mobile friendly!  Over 140 videos have already been uploaded in our channel, each video covers some aspect of nature/wildlife. The videos include our documentaries on Corbett National park, Ranthambhore National Park, Chitwan National Park and Bukansan National Park.

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