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CRY OF THE WILD at Aravali

CRY OF THE WILD at  Aravali

Text and photographs 
Jitender Dhir  (jpsdhir@rediffmail.com)

Wild animals cry out for protection of their Habitat of Aravali Forests on Gurgaon-Faridabad Road including Mangar Bani. 
As  we all know, the Aravali forested area on the Gurgaon - Faridabad road is the only existing Aravali range in its natural form and is threatened by development giants like real estate builders.

This Forest range is under threat from builders and petition has been filed with some hearings already done. National Green Tribunal has also taken account of the situation.  The following pictures are a photolog of the area documented during Dec 2012 to February 2013

All are resident species and the Red Headed Vulture has "Critically Endangered" conservation status. 


Black Naped Hare
December 2012 - Aravali Forest range on Gurgaon-Faridabad Road (near Mangar Bani)


Blue Bull
February 2013, Aravali Forest range on Gurgaon-Faridabad Road (near Mangar Bani) 


Short toed snake eagle
February 2013, Aravali Forest range on Gurgaon-Faridabad Road (near Mangar Bani) 


Small Asian Mongoose

February 2013, Aravali Forest range on Gurgaon-Faridabad Road (near Mangar Bani) 


Red headed vulture
February 2013, Aravali Forest range on Gurgaon-Faridabad Road (near Mangar Bani) 


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