HYDERABAD: The state forest department will take the help of World Wide Fund (WWF) to conduct a study on how to improve the sanctuaries in the state.
Speaking at a review meeting on forest and environment at the Secretariat here on Saturday, forest and BC welfare minister Jogu Ramanna said they would introduce deer, buffaloes and wild beasts in the Amrabad forest.
“Solar lighting will be provided in the tiger reserve areas. Tribal people will be imparted training at the Dulapally Forest Academy on development of eco-tourism so that they can be employed at their native places,” he said. Earlier, the minister released posters on Mahatma Jyothiba Phule jayanti celebrations.