Sunday, September 24, 2017

Nature & Wildlife

Nature & Wildlife

Nallamala Jungle Camp to promote eco-tourism

KURNOOL: Deputy Chief Minister K E Krishnamurthy, hailing the Chenchus for preserving their culture and identity, announced permanent houses, loans and highways for the...

‘Canopy walk’ faces a hurdle

PANAJI: When the Tourism Department built a 233-metre suspended path from Kuveshi to Dudhsagar Falls, 30 feet above the ground amidst trees, in the...
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Koyilandy to host Kerala’s first mangrove museum

KOZHIKODE: Kerala’s first mangrove museum, mooted by Koyilandy municipality around six years ago, will soon be a reality on the banks of Anelapuzha. A two-storey building...

Rajasthan to set up bustard breeding centre

JAIPUR: The Rajasthan government will set up a captive breeding centre for the great Indian bustard in an attempt to boost the wild population...

Ecotourism project inside Mrugavani Park cleared

HYDERABAD: Soon, it will be possible for citizens to go for a safari drive into the wildlife just outside the city with the Government...

Conservationists angry over Gujarat Tourism ad on endangered ass

AHMEDABAD: During the Uttar Pradesh elections in March, former chief minister Akhilesh Yadav had kicked up a political storm after he referred to Gujarat...

Tourists enjoy boat ride through rain forest

DEBTAMURA: Tourists flocked to the hill range in South Tripura district, Debtamura, to witness archaeological site of rock sculptures, panel of carved images on...
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Bannerghatta National Park ‘buffer’ zone shrinks

BENGALURU: The ‘safe’ area around the city’s lung spaces seems to getting smaller by the day. While the good news is that the Eco-Sensitive Zone...

Melghat opens up more forest areas for safaris

NAGPUR: In another move to boost tourism in Melghat Tiger Reserve (MTR), the forest department has opened 20 kilometres additional routes for jungle safari. At...
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Tasmania Diaries 4: Wild and quixotic Tasman National Park

Travel writer Talish Ray, a lawyer in her day job, is travelling through Tasmania exploring its untouched natural beauty, art, culture and food. (Read her Tasmania Diaries: 1,...