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Valley Outing, 021017

Gandhiji said India lives in her villages, but today, on the anniversary of his birth, we decided that she also lives in the variety of life forms that she has! 838 more words

Bird Is The Word.

In 1974 Bannerghatta in Bangalore, Karnataka, was declared a National Park. In 2002 part of the park was declared a Biological Park. In 2017 I visited and declared the park spectacular! 168 more words


Bannerghatta Biological Park (Bangalore)

Bannerghatta Biological Park is located a few kilometers south of Bangalore. It’s the main zoo that you’ll find here and one of Bangalore’s main tourist attractions. 521 more words


The wilder side

Manan Vaya, Ram Teja, Sanjana S
NSoJ Bureau
Many reports have been done on the Man-Animal conflict over the years
touching upon the survival of wild animals. 774 more words


The tinies of Turahalli, 120817

As my friend Janhvi was going to do a trek to Turahalli State Forest as part of her Corporate Social Initiative (CSI), a few of us decided to join in. 354 more words

The Atlas Moth, 120817

We have a huge variety of moths in the world, but one of the most spectacular is the

The (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attacus_atlas), which is found in the tropical and subtropical forests of Southeast Asia, and is common across the Malay archipelago. 377 more words

Two Malkohas and an unknown Owl: Valley School area, 300717

The fifth Sunday of the month, when it occurs, is an occasion when the “bngbirds” umbrella birding group of Bangalore does not have an organized bird walk; it’s time for most of us to earn back some brownie points, or at least get out of the doghouse, by attending to home,families, and other social commitments. 798 more words