A team of surveyors from the state forest department and Wetlands International South Asia (WISA) has spotted several species of birds-including seven classified as endangered in National Chambal G

Fifteen species of birds seen in India have been declared critically endangered by the International Union for Conversation of Nature (IUCN) for 2013.

The state Irrigation Department has taken up a Rs 10-crore project for de-silting the Ropar lakebed to restore the capacity of the wetland and to provide water at the tail ends of Upper Bari Doab C

A study by Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) has suggested that high-tension transmission cables should be laid underground in areas with a high concentration of birds vulnerable to collision.

Poaching of migratory birds continues unabated in different lakes and rivers in East Champaran district in this winter despite warnings issued by the police, administration and forest and environme

To count the number of migratory and local birds in the Yamuna river in Farah area of Mathura, ornithologists and a group of Yamuna eco-scholars participated in the four km long march on the occasi

With over one lakh migratory birds already flocking Pong Dam wetland in Kangra district, the state wildlife department is going to hold an annual two-day counting of birds on January 29 and 30 in w

GUWAHATI: The residents of Doyang village in Nagaland have transformed a killing field of Amur Falcons into a successful conservation story by shunning traditional hunting last year.

After a tiring day at work, the only thing that refreshes me is a walk to Sanjay Lake area. Nature is the best way to rejuvenate yourself ,” said Ram Mishra, a resident of Mayur Vihar.

It’s good news for environmentalists and bird lovers, particularly in the state and the general as a whole.