migratory birds

Telukunchi villagers look after migratory birds as their kids

Thousands of migratory cranes stay put in the village for six months from June every year.

published on : 20th July 2020

Cleaner lake makes migratory birds stay longer, as seen in Delhi's Najafgarh lake

Roy added that due to sudden rise in temperature the water of the lake drying and shrinking and certain portions being chocked by water hyacinth some species and birds left after mid-May.

published on : 26th May 2020

Bihar to get its first bird ringing station; MoU inked in Gujarat

The rings come with chips which help in tracking the origin of the birds and the route taken by these during migration.

published on : 17th February 2020

Population of most migratory species on global endangered list declining: Report

CMS Executive Secretary Amy Fraenkel, however, said it is an initial finding and called for policy support and funding to undertake a full assessment of the status of migratory species.

published on : 17th February 2020

Summit on conservation of migratory species in Gujarat from February 17

The Gujarat government is the co-host along with Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change for the conference held every three years.

published on : 13th February 2020

Spot the species

The 13th edition of Madras Naturalists’ Society’s Bird Race will have as many as 56 teams recording Chennai’s winged friends 

published on : 25th January 2020

Global warming fallout: Fewer winged guests sighted at Yamuna this winter

While in 2018, 32 species of birds were sighted, the number came down to 30 species in 2019, and only 28 species were spotted this time around in 2020.

published on : 18th January 2020

Odisha's Chilika lake recieves record 11 lakh birds of 184 species this year

Areas like Gurubai and Parikuda have turned into prominent bird visiting areas with the presence of a large number of migratory ducks and geese.

published on : 6th January 2020

7.5 lakh migratory birds congregate in Chilika

The winter chill now felt across the State, Chilika is abuzz with congregation of over 7.5 lakh migratory birds. 

published on : 20th December 2019

Smog, stubble burning deter migratory birds from wetlands in Punjab, Haryana

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) experts say the number of birds arriving at the two sites have fallen by a whopping 50% this year as assessed till November 30.

published on : 3rd December 2019

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