As the Dept. of Environment, Govt. of Delhi begins wrapping up the celebrations of the not-so-popular Wildlife Week – Faiyaz A. Khudsar – a wildlife biologist at the Yamuna Biodiversity Park examines a snake sighted at the Yamuna Biodiversity Park (YBP)! Sending it…back into the Wilderness of the Yamuna Biodiversity […]
Published: HT May 9, 2007 (Page 3) Source: epaper.hindustantimes.com Watchout for updates on the Biodiversity Assessment Project. Previously on DelhiGreens: “Ped to sab sookhe hue hain” (The trees are all dry-dead). Really? DelhiGreens investigates
After the submission of a Letter to the Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University – requesting him to show sensitivity towards the trees in the campus, the VC (in a manner expected from the VC of one of India’s most popular University) has in a letter, appreciated and shared the concern of the students. The VC […]
A caterpillar spotted just outside the School of Environmental Studies, Delhi University. Apparently it belongs to the Common Jay species of butterfly. Butterflies are just another component of DelhiGreens that are supported by the lush greens of the (Delhi University) campus!
An Indian Grey Hornbill spotted on a tree in the Parking Lot of Delhi University Metro Station. Another of this bird was spotted at Akashvani (behind BJP’s headoffice) yesterday. Delhi has a rich bird-diversity. An article in HT, some two years ago claimed that Delhi has more than 450 species of birds. […]
A Leopard in Delhi City!! A replica of a leopard that is!! At the Yamuna Biodiversity Park’s Nature Interpretation Center (NIC).
After some lot of good work done by the Trees for Delhi Organisation, (Read some of it here) – this is the change that they have been able to bring about! Kudos to them and to everyone who participated in it – both online and offline. Source: Hindustantimes.com’s Epaper
As the population of butterflies is depleting, the colourful pollinators have quietly made a corner of the city their regular hub.
The carving of numbers on trees in the Delhi Univeristy Campus, which has been done around the Delhi University Sports Ground is (also) linked to the Commonwealth Games. Since the University Sports Ground needs to be expanded for some of the Commonwealth Game Events (which will be held here), the […]
The Common Palm Civet is a rare animal which is listed in Schedule II part II of the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972.
Spotted behind the Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan Bus Stand – K.G. Marg(apparently they have nested in RJD MP Pappu Yadav’s residence!)
At a time when the world is facing a global warming crisis, Prof. Maathai’s lecture could not be better timed.