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Celebrate World Environment Day 2011 With Filmbooth And The Climate Project – India – June 5, 2011

 

 

Dear All,

 

On the occasion of World Environment Day, the 5th of June, Filmbooth and The Climate Project India invite you to WED’11.

 

WED’11 intends…

Bittu Sahgal speaks on World Environment Day - June 4, 2011

World environment Day

Nehru Science Centre, Mumbai

 

is pleased to invite you for a talk on

 

World Environment Day

 

Know The King Cobra Day Program On May 22, 2011

KNOW THY KING THE TARGET SPECIES –  King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) Known as the longest venomous snake in the world, the King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) is a flagship species of the Western Ghats of India. Growing up to an average of 14 ft in Goa’s forests King Cobras…

Flamingo Watch At Sewri – May 7, 2011

Graceful Lesser and Greater Flamingo can be seen feeding at the Sewri mudflats. Experience this unique opportunity to view them and learn about these magnificent and mysterious visitors. Sewri Mudflats is also the place for many birds such as Common Greenshank, Common Redshank, Curlew, Common and Green Sandpiper, Eurasian Curlew and many more. The programme will conclude by 11.00 a.m.
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Yeoor Hills – May 15, 2011

Yeoor hills are a part of Sanjay Gandhi National Park approachable from Thane. Being less popular, this side of the park remains secluded and more or less untouched. Sparse vegetation in summer offers a better chance of sighting or birds. Also during this season the participants can experience the unique phenomenon of “mud-puddling” in butterflies. Birds like Black-rumped Flameback, Gold-fronted…

BNHS Field Botany Course 2011-12 – July 1, 2011

Dear Sir / Madam,

 

Please find attached the details of the BNHS Field Botany Course 2011-12. This course if open to anybody above 15 years of age and the last date of registration is 15th June. The course starts on 1st July and will include Project Work, Field Visits, E-Group Discussions and Distance Learning. BNHS will award a certificate on successful…

Family Jungle Camp – May 7-8, 2011 and June 18-19, 2011

With the pace of life, unbearable traffic and simply insufficient avenues to experience nature, families in the big cities often resort to television, malls and other truly urban forms of recreation. The spin off from these activities is that the children are getting more disconnected from Nature with each passing year. Their immunity drops, minds remain less challenged and there's enough research to…

BNHS CEC Mother’s Day Event – May 8, 2011

BNHS Conservation Education Centre celebrates Mother’s Day 2011. What better way to spend Mother’s Day than with Mother Nature? This year celebrate Mother’s Day @ CEC by spending a day in the forest, strengthening bonds with each other and with nature. Fun-filled activities like enchanted trail, jewellery box designing, treasure hunt and ‘Memorable Moments with Mom’ give way to a delightful…

African Safari-Kenya – August 12-21, 2011

After ten successful members’ camps to Kenya, once again BNHS brings to you Kenya Safari. With over 200 species of birds and 30 species of mammals, Kenya is boon for nature lovers. Experience the thrill to watch animals like Wildebeest, Giraffe and Gazelles running across plains of Masai Mara. The participants can see animals of the African Savannah like African Lion, Cheetah, Hook-lipped and Square-lipped…

A World Of Its Own-Madagascar – October 5-16, 2011

Situated about 450 km off the coast of East Africa, across Mozambique Channel is the Republic of Madagascar, due to its long isolation from the other continents Madagascar is well known for its endemism, approximately 80% of all plant and animal found in Madagascar are endemic, due to which it is sometimes referred to as the “eighth continent”. Primates like the strange looking Aye-aye, and many…