Given below are a few very good suggestions given by our members in theonline
- Animal sponsorship. Members can pay a small donation to sponsor a particular species or programme. Great way of generating cash that can be put directly back into the environment.
- The site should have meetings and discussions with members at some halls and should inform the members about wild life breaking news by their e mails
- Perhaps you would like to ask for contributions from the members. I would like to contribute views and short articles from time to time, as I already write short middles for the Times of India. How do I contribute?
Team IWC do hope that one day we will have enough funds to start sponsoring animals. As you all know we do not accept donations from anyone, but sponsorships for specific projects/activities are welcome.
Meeting in groups to discuss issues is an excellent idea and we believe some of our members are already taking the initiative to create local groups for bird watching/ trekking/ film viewing etc. About wildlife breaking news emails,
one is not too sure, since most of us receive more mails than we can manage. But we are considering introducing a weekly bulletin on breaking news sometime.
Contributing to “Wildbytes” is easy. Just send in your original contribution (300-400 words with at least one photograph to illustrate) firstname.lastname@example.org
If scanned photos are used, please give source details. We accept only online contributions.
Archives of IWC
Did you know that we have 42 quiz programs on wildlife and environment waiting in our archives to be explored?
Quiz on Coastal Regulation Zone(CRZ) in India
Quiz on Wildlife poaching
Quiz on Cranes and Storks
Quiz on Bird Sanctuaries of India
Quiz on history of National Parks of India
Quiz on rainforests
Quiz on Wildlife Films made in India
Quiz on Non human primates
Quiz on Captive Elephants
Quiz on Sea Turtles
Quiz on Asiatic Lions
Quiz on wetlands
Quiz on tiger poaching
Quiz on elephant poaching
Quiz on Threatened fauna of India
Quiz on Parks Sanctuaries of India
Quiz on Frogs and Toads
Quiz on Deer and Antelopes
Quiz on Pheasants
Quiz on leopards
Quiz on Trees
Quiz on Coral Reefs
Quiz on Reptiles
Quiz on Large Mammals
Quiz on elephants-Part IV
Quiz on elephants-Part III
Quiz on elephants-Part II
Quiz on are we poisoning our Home Planet?
Quiz on Tiger Facts
Quiz on Nature Spots of India
Quiz on Parks Sanctuaries of India :
Quiz on Common Trees
Quiz on Birds
Quiz on Mammals
Quiz on Butterfly
Quiz on Snakes
Quiz on Apes
Quiz on tigers
Quiz on elephants
Quiz on waste management
Quiz on corals
Quiz on poaching
You can submit the answers online to test your knowledge. As soon as you submit the answers, we also provide you with a link for the correct answers.
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