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Delhi’s Asola sanctuary to soon open a 4km ‘peacock trail’ for visitors

An official said it will be a “moderately difficult” trail and visitors may also opt for a shorter loop of around 1.5 kilometres.

Officials survey the peacock trail. (Sourced)
Officials survey the peacock trail. (Sourced)
Published on Mar 01, 2022 11:45 PM IST

Delhi govt to plant 14 varieties of grass at Asola Bhatti wildlife sanctuary

Although there are no immediate plans for a policy change that incorporates grasses in the greening target, a forest official said it will be looked at following this pilot project.

Grasses are already returning in parts of the sanctuary where human footprint has reduced, according to a senior forest official in the south division. (Sanjeev Verma/HT Archive)
Grasses are already returning in parts of the sanctuary where human footprint has reduced, according to a senior forest official in the south division. (Sanjeev Verma/HT Archive)
Updated on Jan 31, 2022 12:22 AM IST

Delhi: Experts call for steps to sustain wildlife at Asola Bhatti sanctuary

With striped hyenas and leopards, the natural park not only has top predators and scavengers, but a variety of herbivores, largely fulfilling a complete foodchain and ecosystem

Three leopards have been captured on camera traps at the Asola Bhatti wildlife sanctuary. (Sourced)
Three leopards have been captured on camera traps at the Asola Bhatti wildlife sanctuary. (Sourced)
Updated on Dec 27, 2021 03:11 AM IST
BySoumya Pillai and Jasjeev Gandhiok, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
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