To understand the mystery that is Lake Lonar, one has to travel back in time thousands of years, which makes it a National Geo-heritage site.
Leading environmental and birding groups in Delhi invite all of you to join us for the BIG BIRD DAY 2011. On this day, different teams comprising birding enthusiasts will cover different parts of the Delhi city and around (and even other parts of the country), to inventorize a list of sighted birds.
The India International Center invites all concerned citizens to a talk on “Wetlands Ecology and the Yamuna Biodiversity Park”, as the fourth lecture in the series on ‘Water: the stuff of life”. The talk will be delivered by Professor C.R. Babu, Emeritus Professor, Center for Environmental Management of Degraded Ecosystems (CEMDE), University […]
Considered to be the lifeline of Manipur state, North-east’s largest freshwater lake – Loktak – is today in a sorry state. Already declared a Ramsar site- a status given to world’s most threatened wetlands, this rapidly degrading lake has a total area of 300 sq. km. It is home to […]
The Yamuna Biodiversity Park (YBP) invites all citizens to celebrate the World Wetlands Day on the 2nd of February. This date marks the signing of the ‘Convention on Wetlands’ in 1971 at Ramsar, Iran. The 2010 Wetlands Day theme is “Caring for Wetlands – an Answer to Climate Chang”. The […]