Samarrth shares the story of emerging Mini Forests in Faridabad. The aim is to recreate self-sustaining ecosystems on degraded pieces of land.
Delhi Bird Foundation invite all to a Webinar on the Rare Birds of India by noted author and bird watcher Bikram Grewal.
Ehretia is not an avenue tree in Delhi but careful planting of this species will be a boon to birds, not to mention the birdwatchers.
Sambhar Lake supports large avian congregation especially greater flamingos and Lesser Flamingos and is a Ramsar Site.
Tihar Jail is known to every Delhites but how many Delhiwalas are aware about Tihar Jheel. Not many, I guess.
Delhi Greens catches up with Environmental Professional Dr. Satya Prakash Mehra, who is presently based in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan.
The Rajinikanth starrer 2.0 movie attempts to convey the impact of mobile phone radiations on birds and the environment.
Amidst the saddening winters and a city fighting the air pollution crisis, only one thing seems to bring some cheer.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 19 (between May 4 to May 10) 2015.
The Walkathon is an attempt to reconnect the citizens of Delhi to the morning glory of chirping birds, clear sky, fresh air and experience the first rays of solar energy!
The house sparrow is a species of passerine bird of the sparrow family Passeridae which is a small bird with feathers mostly in different shades of brown and grey.
Jincy Joy of Delhi Greens catches up with Nikhil Devasar of the Delhi Bird Network a day before the Big Bird Day! “Come out everyone. Join us. Lets bird watch.”, Nikhil invites everyone to participate in all the action!