The Forest Haat

The Forest Haat is run by Rao Dheeraj Singh (Wildlife Photographer ) and,Amrita Singh (British Council teacher/examiner ). They fist meet in Dhikala inside Corbett Nation Park and tided the knot on the world Environment  day ( a happy Coincidence ) The Forest Haat is a place where you can sprawl out on a bean bag and enjoy a cappuccino or herbal tea with freshly baked home made cookies, while surfing the internet at this WiFi enabled cafe. If you have an urge to go on a shopping spree then there is a wide range of products, mostly handmade, to choose from: Mahaseer Conservancy (Lantana Furniture...
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Human Animal Conflict – Lantana Artifact

Back                                                                                                                         +44 (0) 207 542 2244 2049SE INDIA-WEED ARTEFACTS @ Dec 21 09:40 (6 hours ago) New question about this script Original Script Date Dec 21 09:40 (6 hours ago) Modified Script Date Dec 21 09:40 (6 hours ago) Script Version 1 Headline North Indian women use weeds to make artefacts. Services Subcon Extra Locations RAMNAGAR, UTTARAKHAND, INDIA Dates Shot DECEMBER...
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November Report – Vulture Conservation Program

  1 June 2010 was the official start of Mahseer Conservancy’s 2010/2011 vulture programme.  The following report is a summary of the work undertaken during the November 2010 period.  This report is the sixth of a series of monthly reports will be made throughout the year.  1.Monitoring of vulture colonies  Unfortunately no monitoring of the vulture colonies occurred over November 2010.  Casual visits to Ringora Village, however, has shown that the birds are still there in good numbers (we counted 20 on one visit), and there are several birds sitting in nests – a hopeful sign since this...
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October Report- Vulture Conservation Program

1 June 2010 was the official start of Mahseer Conservancy’s 2010/2011 vulture programme.  The following report is a summary of the work undertaken during the October 2010 period.  This report is the fifth of a series of monthly reports will be made throughout the year. 1.Monitoring of vulture colonies Unfortunately no monitoring of the vulture colonies occurred over October 2010, due to our student volunteers leaving, low staff numbers and other work pressures on existing staff.  We hope to resume monitoring shortly by employing monitoring staff who live locally (i.e. in the villages where...
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September Report- Vulture Conservation Program

1 June 2010 was the official start of Mahseer Conservancy’s 2010/2011 vulture programme.  The following report is a summary of the work undertaken during the September 2010 period.  This report is the fourth of a series of monthly reports will be made throughout the year. 1.Monitoring of vulture colonies Ringora Village The Ringora Village Indian White Back Vulture colony was monitored by Irene Glatzle during September. The following tables present a summary of the monitoring work undertaken to date. Unfortunately September is the last month where we have student volunteers monitoring the colony. ...
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August Report- Vulture Conservation Program

1 June 2010 was the official start of Mahseer Conservancy’s 2010/2011 vulture programme.  The following report is a summary of the work undertaken during the August 2010 period.  This report is the third of a series of monthly reports will be made throughout the year.  1.Monitoring of vulture colonies Ringora Village   Elsa and Irene continued their monitoring of the Ringora Village colony throughout August, with the exception of a one week break for a trip to the Vulture Breeding Centre in Pinjore (more on this below).  The birds are still head drooping, but this seems to have lessened...
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