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Here are a few places to see migratory birds this winter in Delhi NCR(Twitter/NDNS_HQ/Shivani_Saini/GoGroupOuting)

Season of the Aves: Here are a few places to see migratory birds this winter in Delhi NCR

By Shivani Kale | Hindustan Times, Delhi
UPDATED ON DEC 03, 2020 10:24 PM IST
Check out these 5 bird and wildlife sanctuaries in Delhi NCR which offer visitors a memorable experience of spotting migratory birds during the winter season in the backdrop of lush green nature.
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Bombay HC has stayed the GR that allowed hunting of wild boar and Nilgai.
Bombay HC has stayed the GR that allowed hunting of wild boar and Nilgai.

Bombay HC stay on GR that allowed hunting of wild boar, Nilgai

By HT Correspondent | Mumbai
PUBLISHED ON JUL 20, 2019 04:26 AM IST
The GR, issued on July 22, 2015, stated that a farmer, who was afflicted with frequent losses of crops owing to trampling by said wild animals, should apply for a permission to kill them.
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Nilgai death sparks concerns over lack of water in Aravalli

By HT Correspondent | Gurugram
UPDATED ON MAY 11, 2019 12:40 AM IST
Forest department officials said there was no shortage of water in the Aravallis, but the department would nevertheless continue to fill water pits in the forested areas of south Haryana beginning next week.
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The last time a leopard was spotted inside Asola Bhatti Sanctuary was on February 18 on Delhi’s side. The Asola Bhatti Sanctuary has around 18 mammal species, 240 birds, 95 butterfly, and 26 reptiles and amphibians.(Picture for representation)
The last time a leopard was spotted inside Asola Bhatti Sanctuary was on February 18 on Delhi’s side. The Asola Bhatti Sanctuary has around 18 mammal species, 240 birds, 95 butterfly, and 26 reptiles and amphibians.(Picture for representation)

Leopard spotted near Asola forest on Delhi’s outskirts, locals to be alerted

By HT Correspondent | New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON AUG 22, 2018 03:03 AM IST
Two men in a car spotted the leopard on Karni Singh Road. It was probably stalking a Nilgai because the men also saw a Nilgai close by. When they returned to the spot with a few other men the next morning, they found the carcass of the Nilgai around 200 metres from where the leopard was spotted.
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Herd of Nilgais on a hot summer day at Chappar Chiri in SAS nagar.(HT File Photo)
Herd of Nilgais on a hot summer day at Chappar Chiri in SAS nagar.(HT File Photo)

Madhya Pradesh forest department’s plan to catch, castrate Nilgai flops

By Punya Priya Mitra | Hindustan Times, Bhopal
UPDATED ON MAY 09, 2018 03:19 PM IST
The menace of wild Neelgais damaging crops in vast tracts on Malwa region had prompted the forest department to opt for castrating bluebulls.
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