At the conclusion of Wildlife Week being celebrated by the Department of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, on Wednesday morning in the ‘Bird Watch and Nature Walk’ organized in Ramgarh Lake and Urbanid Ashfaq Ullah Khan Zoological Garden, listen to the tweet of birds and enjoy the nature of nature Lovers gathered The event scheduled from 6.30 to 7.30 in the morning, continued till 9 o’clock. During this period, social distancing, sanitization and masks were essentially used by all.
District Panchayat Raj Officer Himanshu Shekhar Thakur and Dr. RK Singh of Kanpur Zoological Park also attended the event. The DPRO appreciated the organizing of Birdwatch and Nature Walk seeing the trend of the residents, and stressed on making it a monthly event. Meanwhile, Dr. RK Singh of Kanpur Zoological Park threw light on Wildlife Week. During this time, Anita Agarwal of Heritage Foundation, Wildlife Photographer Dheeraj Kumar Singh and Architect Anupam Agarwal by profession made people aware.
Nature lovers from all walks of life
In the program, Chairman of Rotary Club Gorakhpur, Vikram Chaudhary, Dr. Naresh Agarwal, Dr. Yogesh Pratap Singh from Zoological Park, Assistant Professor Seema Mishra from DDU, Rotarian Mandhata Singh, Environmentalist Bhubaneswar Pandey, Mala Srivastava, ACF Vivek Yadav from Zoo, High Regional Forest Officer A large number of people attended, including Ajay Tiwari, Forest Officer Rohit Singh, Chandra Bhushan Paswan, Sub Divisional Forest Officer Sanjay Mall, Deeksha Srivastava.
Bird lovers became familiar with these birds
Wildlife photographers Anupam Aggarwal and Dheeraj Kumar Singh have given people the opportunity to use their cameras and Vinnacular for Black Hood Night Heron, Common Hoopoe, Purple Swamp-Hen, Gray-Heron, Jakna aka Jalakpot, Water Hen (Panmurgi), Black Wing Stilt, Laser Whistling Duck, Red Munia, Black Drogo, White Throated Kingfisher, Rose Ring Parakeet, Green Bee Eater, Indian Little Cormorant, Purple Sunbird etc.