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People in Rajasthan village protect ponds for <strong>birds</strong>

People in Rajasthan village protect ponds for birds

20 Nov 2014

Udaipur: A village in southern Rajasthan has scripted a heart warming conservation story by refusing to allow fishing or any other activity in two ponds, leaving them exclusively for birds, including migratory ones.

ponds for birds,   Rajasthan,   migratory birds,   ponds in Rajasthan,   water conservation ,  
Penguin robot helps study shy antarctic <strong>birds</strong>

Penguin robot helps study shy antarctic birds

10 Nov 2014

London: Researchers have developed a remote-controlled baby penguin robot to observe and analyze the behaviour of penguins in the Antarctic. Sending in a robot penguin armed with scanning equipment causes far less stress to the actual penguins than they feel when being observed by humans, researchers said.

Penguin robot,   antarctic birds,   Antarctic,   penguins,   robot baby,   ,  
Naveen Patnaik dubs Congress, BJP as <strong>migratory</strong> <strong>birds</strong>

Naveen Patnaik dubs Congress, BJP as migratory birds

28 Mar 2014

Aska (Odisha): Dubbing Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as 'migratory birds' who visit Odisha only during elections, Biju Janata Dal (BJD) chief Naveen Patnaik said that both parties has all along ignored the interests of the state.

Naveen Patnaik,   Odisha Chief Minister,   Biju Janata Dal,   BJD,   Congress,   BJP,   LS polls,   Lok Sabha polls,   Lok Sabha elections,   LS polls 2014,  
Nagaland to protect world's longest-distance <strong>migratory</strong> falcons

Nagaland to protect world's longest-distance migratory falcons

27 Oct 2014

Kohima: India's northeastern state of Nagaland is determined to provide sanctuary to Amur falcons, known to be one of the world's longest-distance migratory birds as they travel up to a staggering 22,000 km a year.

Nagaland,   India,   Nagaland,   Amar falcons,   Amur falcons,   world longest distance migratory bird,   migratory bird,   migratory falcons,  
South Korea expands poultry cull on bird flu fears

South Korea expands poultry cull on bird flu fears

27 Jan 2014

SEOUL: South Korea is expanding a poultry cull in a bid to contain the spread of bird flu that has been found on an increasing number of farms around the country and in migratory birds.

Bird flu,   South Korea,   New Year holidays,   migratory birds,   Seoul,  
South Korea steps up measures to contain bird flu

South Korea steps up measures to contain bird flu

21 Jan 2014

SEOUL: South Korea is stepping up efforts to prevent the spread of bird flu ahead of the Lunar New Year holidays, after migratory birds were found to be infected with the same strain of the virus that hit poultry farms last week.

bird flu,   South Korea,   New Year holidays,   migratory birds,   Seoul,  
Europe has 421 million fewer <strong>birds</strong> than 30 years ago: study

Europe has 421 million fewer birds than 30 years ago: study

03 Nov 2014

London: Europe has an estimated 421 million fewer birds than three decades ago, and current treatment of the environment is unsustainable for many common species, a study released on Monday said.

Europe,   Loss of Bird Population,   Science Journal Ecology Letters,   Urban green space projects,   Environmental farmland schemes,   ,  
Europe has 421 million fewer <strong>birds</strong> than 30 years ago: study

Europe has 421 million fewer birds than 30 years ago: study

03 Nov 2014

London: Europe has an estimated 421 million fewer birds than three decades ago, and current treatment of the environment is unsustainable for many common species, a study released on Monday said.

Europe,   Loss of Bird Population,   Science Journal Ecology Letters,   Urban green space projects,   Environmental farmland schemes,   ,  
<strong>Migratory</strong> <strong>birds</strong> flock to Sukhna lake and adjoining areas

Migratory birds flock to Sukhna lake and adjoining areas

15 Nov 2012

Migratory birds from far away countries have started arriving at Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary in the district on their annual sojourn.

Migratory birds,   Migratory birds in chandigarh,   Migratory birds in India,  
Warming climate restructuring bird population

Warming climate restructuring bird population

18 Oct 2014

Washington: Driven by a warming climate, birds typically found in more southerly regions are gradually pushing north, restructuring the communities of birds that spend their winter in northern latitudes, research has found.

Warming climate,   bird population,   sparrows,   birds,   winter bird,   warmer temperature,  

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