Do not miss the 'Bird Watchers’ Conclave' happening this weekend in Thane

The conclave is taking place on November 25 and 26 at Thane's Gadkari Rangaytan

Do not miss the 'Bird Watchers’ Conclave' happening this weekend in Thane

If you enjoy bird watching and want to know more about it, you must head to this conclave of bird lovers, where you will get to learn more about birds and their conservation techniques.

The much-awaited annual conclave of bird lovers of Maharashtra namely 31st Pakshimitra Sammelan is taking place in Thane’s Gadkari Rangaytan, on the following two days i.e. November 25 and November 26, 2017, where like-minded individuals and experts will come together to talk about urban birds, their lifestyle and their habits. It is jointly organised by Here On Project Environment (HOPE) Nature Trust and the Maharashtra Pakshimitra.

The conclave is open to all nature lovers who wish to take advantage of committed naturalists and ornithologists.

The conclave will welcome the veteran environmentalist Ulhas Rane, who will speak about creating green and blue corridors to begin a movement of biodiversity across protected areas, villages and even cities.

Rane told to Times Of India,

Highways and railways that connect major cities can become biodiversity corridors if we create avenues of diverse native trees along them. If we are able to do this, birds and butterflies from the Sanjay Gandhi National Park can come all the way to Colaba".

The conclave also includes several associated events like competitions for children, exhibitions, visits and birdwatching trails. Additionally, noted guest speakers, scientists, wildlife experts, wildlife photographers and others would be attending the event

One can register as a participant by duly completing the attached Registration Form and remitting the participation fee.
Participation fee: Rs. 1000/- for spot registrations. 

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