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Dams On River Beas

Pong and Pandoh are two embankment dams on the river Beas in the state of Himachal Pradesh.

The purpose of the Pong dam in Talwara is water storage for irrigation and hydroelectric power generation. 50 more words

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Eyes Wide Open: Noticing Wildlife, Finally

Sometimes it just takes an experience to make you open your eyes and see what was always there.

Take wildlife, for instance.

Until I’d gone to visit the… 440 more words

Ravi Becomes an Early Bird at Nal Sarovar

It’s the monsoons so water is pretty much the theme across India. Waterfalls, gurgling rivulets, gushing rivers, swollen lakes and yes the birds to go with them. 159 more words


Kettle Pond - Charlestown

Kettle Pond – Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge
Bend Road, Charlestown, RI
Trailhead: 41°22’2.85″N, 71°41’10.68″W
Last Time Hiked: July 7, 2014
Approximate distance hiked: 2.6 miles… 300 more words

Kalpesh Goes Bird Watching at Nal Sarovar

Nal Sarovar, about an hour’s drive from the Gujarat capital of Ahmedabad is a bird watchers’ paradise. This natural later spread over an area of 125 sq kms attracts a wide variety of migratory birds from across the world…especially in the monsoon and winter season. 114 more words


Ranganthittu Bird Sanctuary

Day before yesterday my cousins and I went to Ranganthittu Bird Sanctuary. It was really fun and chilled out. It is close to Mysore which is about 2 hours from Bangalore.  168 more words