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Flamingo And Wader Watch At Sewri Jetty With Sanctuary Asia

The flamingos are in Mumbai and you could be one of a select group of Sanctuary and Cub subscribers to join our team for a view of the Sewri mudflats. If you haven't subscribed to our magazines yet, there couldn't be better reason to do so.

BNHS Sundarban Camp

January 17-20, 2015: BNHS Sundarban Camp - Land of the Royal Bengal Tiger: Sundarban is located in the delta of the Brahmaputra and Ganga rivers in the Bay of Bengal. One hundred and two islands are situated in this world’s largest river delta.

BNHS Brunch With Birds Workshop

Bird watching is an age-old outdoor hobby which is your lifetime ticket to the theater of nature. BNHS has played a crucial role in bringing birds into the limelight and making bird watching a popular activity among nature lovers. Winter is the best time as many migratory birds visit Mumbai.

Workshop On Attending To Avian Emergencies During Makar Sankranti – Kite Flying Festival

Each year on January 14, the skyline in Ahmedabad comes alive with thousands of multi-coloured kites soaring high, trying to out manoeuvre each other. On this day, the people of the state of Gujarat celebrate Makar Sankranti, also known as Uttarayan, and come out in large numbers in the fight of the kites.

Little Rann Of Kutch BNHS Camp

Known for being the last refuge for the Indian Wild Ass, Little Rann of Kutch is a large salt marsh situated in Gujarat. The Little Rann of Kutch is a birding paradise and a Ramsar Site. Birding at the lakes and marshes is very rewarding.

Bandipur And Nagarhole National Park (Kabini) BNHS Camp

November 22-26, 2014: BANDIPUR AND NAGARHOLE NATIONAL PARK (KABINI) BNHS CAMP: Once the hunting ground of the Maharaja of Mysore, Bandipur is primarily a dry deciduous forest. Together with Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Nagarhole and Mudumalai National Park it forms the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, making it part of the largest protected area in southern India.

Artists' Camp at Gir National Park

Kalavarnam is organising 'An Artist Camp' to welcome and promote upcoming painters and photographers at the Gir National Park in Gujarat between November 17 and November 22. The objective of this camp is to create awareness for conservation of the Asiatic Lion and their natural habitat. The Gir forest is a limitless canvas to explore through a creative fusion  of painting and photography. The camp will bring out…

Butterfly Workshop At BNHS

Here is a unique opportunity to learn about these flying jewels and how to photograph them in a two-day workshop at BNHS conducted by Mr Isaac Kehimkar, the renowned butterfly expert and author of “The Book of Indian Butterflies”.

Balipara Foundation Awards 2014

The fragmentation of wildlife habitats resulting in the disappearance of wildlife corridors that connect these habitats is widely acknowledged as a major roadblock to biodiversity conservation.  The second edition of the Balipara Foundation Awards seeks to bring this critical issue to the forefront by throwing light on inspiring conservation stories and serving as a platform for like-minded people to raise awareness…

Asian Elephants In The Wild: A Dialogue

The human population stands at seven billion, increasing by 65 per cent over the last 100 years.

The Asian elephant population stands at approximately thirty thousand, decreasing by 90 per cent over the last 100 years.