migratory bird

This Karnataka couple adopts unique methods to protect non-migratory birds

Using social media as their tool and selfie culture as a weapon, this couple is urging the residents across the state to keep aside a bowl of water for the birds during this summer season.

published on : 18th March 2021

Uppalapadu craves for clean water

Droppings of large contingent of migratory birds pollute the only water source of village.

published on : 1st March 2021

Migratory birds from Eurosiberian region spotted in Chhattisgarh, ornithologists thrilled

The flock of these birds is seen foraging for food and resting in and around a water body between Dongarhgarh and Khairagarh, about 90 km west of Raipur.

published on : 17th February 2021

Birds flocking to Kovai on the wane

The Asian Waterbird Census (AWC) conducted by Coimbatore Nature Society (CNS) revealed drastic decline of 62 per cent in the number of migratory birds over the last five years.

published on : 12th February 2021

Decades later, migratory birds flock to Hussainsagar

Heavy rains that lashed city last October helped in clearing polluted water body of toxic waste, arrival of avian visitors a sign of improvement in water quality.

published on : 8th February 2021

Uttarakhand deploys drones to keep an eye on migratory birds amidst bird flu scare

Earlier, around 2700 migratory birds have been found dead in the Pong Dam Lake in Himachal Pradesh's Kangra district.

published on : 10th January 2021

Migratory birds or poultry farms? 

While Union and state ministers blame winged visitors, ornithologists say virus could have come from eggs or birds from other states, or from strain lying dormant in organisms in lake

published on : 7th January 2021

Four birds found dead at Sukhna Lake, surrounding areas in Chandigarh

Of the four birds found dead included a common coot and a mormont, which are migratory birds, and a pigeon and an egret.

published on : 6th January 2021

Himachal: 1,200 migratory birds die at Pong Dam, probe ordered

The initial report of the post-mortem has ruled out poisoning as the cause of their death.

published on : 2nd January 2021

Annual water fowl census in Mayurbhanj from January 3 

The annual water fowl census in Mayurbhanj district would be conducted from January 3.

published on : 22nd December 2020

Migratory birds fly past as Hyderabad lakes are too full

Birders say filled water bodies not suitable for the winged visitors

published on : 20th November 2020

Kerala floods one month after: Fewer migratory waterbirds at Thattekad Bird Sanctuary

After the floods, the Forest Department worked over ten days to remove plastic waste and slush from the park.

published on : 19th September 2018