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Make Turzon Point a bird sanctuary, say Charkop residents

Residents demand Turzon Hill in Mumbai be declared a bird sanctuary due to its diverse bird species and lush greenery threatened by development and encroachment

Residents of Charkop sector 8 are resolute about preserving this nature’s bounty, and have found the election season an appropriate time to voice their demand of declaring the spot as a bird sanctuary (Ht PHoto)
Updated on May 09, 2024 09:14 AM IST

Samdha Lake: Bird watchers too get a reason to wing it to Ayodhya

Ayodhya, a major religious tourism destination, is developing a bird sanctuary at Samdha Lake to attract tourists and promote bird watching in the area. The lake is being restored to its natural form with the removal of encroachments and the planting of saplings. The Ayodhya Development Authority plans to restore all 108 water bodies in the district. The use of minimal construction materials will allow plants to grow and provide a habitat for birds. Multiple lakes in close proximity will attract more birds, enhancing the bird-watching experience.

The Samdha Lake in Ayodhya (Gaurav Saigal)
Updated on Jan 21, 2024 09:08 PM IST
By, Ayodhya

Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary: Not (bird’s) paradise lost yet but solace becoming a casualty

Many have visited the sanctuary and know it as a paradise for birds, but the solace it used to offer is getting lost due to increased highway traffic and new roads coming up.

The HT team that visited the sanctuary found that flocks of birds are spotted only after a 700-metre walk. (Deepak Gupta/HT Photo)
Updated on Dec 25, 2023 06:40 AM IST
By, Lucknow

100 trees cut for power grids in Navi Mumbai bird sanctuary: Visitors

The park, dubbed as Mini Lonavala as it is nestled atop a hillock, witnessed the hacking of more than 100 trees, including Gulmohar trees, which were more than 30 years old and fruit-bearing mango trees, Gaurav Karande, a volunteer of the Nature Valley Walker Association, said

Joint Managing Director of CIDCO Kailash Shinde said, “I am certain that only trees permitted by the tree authority to facilitate the power grid project are being cut. Nevertheless, to address the concerns raised by residents, I have asked the concerned officials to inspect the area.” (HT PHOTO)
Updated on May 29, 2023 12:25 AM IST

Sarus, man-friend reunion video sets social media on fire

Kanpur zoo official says quarantine period almost over and Sarus will be moved to the bird enclosure

A screen grab from the video doing the rounds on social media (HT Photo)
Updated on Apr 12, 2023 12:03 AM IST
By, Kanpur
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