ankasamudra: More than 125 species of birds and birds habitat – new project for birds near hagaribommanahalli

Hagaribommanahalli of Basavaraja Iyenagoudar

An alternative to the birds’ habitat is the green swamp around the bird sanctuary as an alternative to the deciduous trees at the Anakasamudra Bird Sanctuary in Taluk.

A total of 244 acres of Anakasamudra Bird Sanctuary is home to more than 125 species of birds, which are literally the cradle of birds due to their breeding season. Rare birds such as striped, gray, oriental darter, needle duck, red duck, and godwill have been spotted in the lake. In the winter, foreign birds breed in the sanctuary and on the banks of the Tungabhadra. The abundance of food is a major cause of bird habitat.

The bird hit the ground

However, hundreds of slippery trees that have become habitat for birds have begun to fall into the water. An increasing number of people who come to pick up the fallen trees were worried by the bird lovers. Against this backdrop, the Forest Department’s move is now trying to find some solution to the problem. The Bird Sanctuary has been undertaken to create more than 4000 human days under the Employment Guarantee Scheme.

The sanctuary, which is home to rare bird species, must be preserved anyway. More than 3000 varieties of saplings have been planted under the Narega project, with the idea of ​​feeding alternate trees to mainly trees in the lake. Most plants feed on birds.

Kirankumar Kallammana, RFO

Far-sighted thinking

The forest department has planted an enormous 30 hectares of land around the bird sanctuary. Aloe, plantain, cotton, basari, sack, sweet bamboo planted with birds. More than 3000 saplings have now grown to a height of 16 feet. During the lockdown, the plant was planted with potholes. Notably, the maintenance of planting saplings has taken place throughout Narega. Another specialty is that bird lovers are supplying DAP manure to the plant.

A bird’s cottage

Rare birds such as striped, gray, oriental darter, needle duck, red duck, godwill and many other rare birds are camping in the lake. So literally the lake is a cradle of birds.

Doing it!

The Forest Department has planted a bird sanctuary around 30 hectares of forests, with alabaster, cotton, basari, sack and sweet pepper. Over 3000 saplings have grown to a height of 16 feet and are calling bird-birds.


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