Fourth edition of bird festival starts today at Mollem | Goa News

Panaji: The fourth version of the Goa Chook Competition will start on Friday at Mollem, Dharbandora. It can conclude on Sunday.
Chief minister Pramod Sawant will inaugurate the newly established biodiversity park at Dharbandora on Friday, previous to the launch of the pageant at Mollem.
An consciousness automobile rally wound its approach by means of Quepem, Margao, Ponda, Dharbandora and Mollem on Thursday as a part of pre-festival exercise.
The rally was flagged off by Quepem councillor Filu D’Costa within the presence of chief wildlife warden Santosh Kumar and deputy conservator of forests, wildlife and eco-tourism (North), Jabestin A.
Whereas D’Costa spoke concerning the significance of forests and wildlife to humanity, Kumar expressed confidence that “a fruitful interplay will likely be held with the delegates within the pageant”.
He additionally stated ladies have been spearheading the marketing campaign for conservation of forests and wildlife.
No less than 100 delegates from Goa and different states are anticipated to take part within the occasion.
Guided chook excursions, lectures by eminent ornithologists, cultural programmes and varied different points of interest will likely be a part of the pageant.

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