Authorities in Gurgaon closed the Sultanpur National Park “until further notice”, as a “precautionary measure” a day after samples from five dead ducks found in Hisar tested positive for bird flu.

GURGAON: Alarmed over death of migratory birds at Delhi zoo due to bird flu, authorities at Sultanpur National Park, one of the popular destination for migratory birds in the region, along with exp

In order to revitalise and better manage environment and forests of Haryana, the state government put forth a slew of demands and suggestions to the Centre, including early approval of “perspective

No fresh deaths in Sultanpur sanctuary | Officials monitor birds at Okhla too

Precautionary step taken due to fear of bird flu outbreak

The seasonal wetland which once used to attract a large number of birds from Europe, Siberia and Central Asia has seen a decline, says a study

Rapid urbanisation, impetuous management and extensive land-use changes in its catchment area over the past two decades seem to have taken a serious toll on the Sultanpur National Park.

New Delhi: There is a difference of opinion on whether there is a decrease in bird species in Delhi; but birdwatchers are unanimous on one count —the total number of birds has come down.

The tigress to be relocated to the Sariska tiger reserve has been identified. The Sultanpur tigress in Kota will be first of the three tigresses to be relocated. The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has already granted permission to the state for this. 


New Delhi: Delhi bird watchers have been thrilled to see the number of migratory birds that have arrived at the Sultanpur National Park this season but are worried that the management

As Haryana Forest Department Tries To Get Rid Of Predatory Fish, Sultanpur National Park Is Fighting For Survival

Walk down a Sultanpur National Park trail and the dead fish you see are a terrifying sight. Tread farther and you can