Forest wing organises bird fair & census in Jaisalmer | Jaipur News

Jaisalmer: Numerous migratory birds go to the desert areas throughout winters and reside close to varied water our bodies. Additionally it is a deal with for chook lovers who come right here to look at them. The forest division organised a chook truthful and performed a census of birds of 13 waterbodies on February 14.
The deputy conservator of forest and wildlife, Jaisalmer, Kapil Chandrawal and assistant conservator Vijay Borana with different forest employees participated in chook truthful and the census. Others who joined them had been environmentalists Shyam Sundar Meena, Parth Jagaani, Amitabh Baloch and different volunteers, primarily college and faculty college students.
Kapil Chandrawal informed TOI, “The second version of the chook truthful was organised by the workplace of deputy conservator of forest, wildlife, Jaisalmer at Gajroop Sagar Lake underneath the Mid-Winter Water Fowl Inhabitants Estimation, 2021. The primary motive of this programme was to extend consciousness in regards to the migratory and native birds of Jaisalmer among the many public. All of the Covid-19 tips had been adopted correctly.”
He stated, “Forty-three species of birds had been sighted at Gajroop Sagar Lake. These included Little Grebe, Little Ringed Plover, Widespread Redshank, Widespread Greenshank, Widespread Sandpiper, Wooden Sandpiper, Lapwing, Widespread Coot, Pond Herons, Egrets, Kingfisher and so on. A pictures contest was additionally organised, we are going to award the three greatest pictures.”

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