Jaisalmer: Union forest and climate change ministry expressing concern from the government of Rajasthan for not getting support for saving the state bird and schedule first wildlife the great India
RAJKOT: Wildlife conservation institutions has launched an online petition to save the critically endangered Great Indian Bustard (GIB) whose population has dwindled to just 150 in India.
Nagpur: Record a GIB sighting and get Rs 500!
Jaipur: The first windmills of Jaisalmer came up in 2001. Since then, the desert has become among the largest windfarms in the world.
JAIPUR: In a Facebook post, scientist Sutirtha Dutta of the Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun, expressed regret that a juvenile Great Indian Bustard had died in Gujarat after hitting a transmis
Ahmedabad: The state government's recent decision to allow 16 more overhead power lines through the area encompassing habitat of the Great Indian bustard, a critical endangered species, has sent al
JAISALMER: The Census on Schedule I species, including Godawan (Great Indian Bustard), began on Sunday at the Desert National Park (DNP) and other areas of Barmer, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur.
Ahmedabad: The recent population count of the Great Indian Bustard taken up after six years has raised serious questions on conservation efforts.
JAIPUR: With an aim to the protect the state bird, the Great Indian Bustard (or Indian bustard), locally known as "godawan", the Rajasthan government has now decided not to set up any windmills for
Jaisalmer: Unregulated windmills coming up in the Desert National Park (DNP) at Jaisalmer are posing a serious threat to the Great Indian Bustard (GIB) which has been categorised as "critically end
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