Bird Watching

Uttarakhand-4 months after the deluge

Uttarakhand-4 months after the deluge
-Susan Sharma 
See a slide show on the beauty of the Kedar Valley which needs to be regenerated at 
http://www.slideshare.net/susansharma/kedarnath-wild-life-sanctuary. 

IndianWildlifeclub.com continues to follow up the progress made by Yashpal Negi whose camp,  which housed bird watchers from all over the world for 13 years, vanished overnight.
Yashpal has received no aid/relief  from any of the Government  Departments. 
Santanil Ganguli (Calcutta) has filed this visual report of the progress made by the dedicated bird lover.    He can be contacted at santanil.santanil@rediffmail.com

Mandakini Magpie Bird Camp which vanished in the Floods

Probable Site for Bird Watching Camp of Yashpal Singh Negi


MAKKUMATH TEMPLE
Mr. Yash Pal Singh Negi like to build his BIRD WATCHING CAMP very near to this temple.

Road end for Makkumath,  10km.s from Bhiri, Rudraprayag.

The particular site where Mr. Negi is going to build his Bird Watching Camp.

He still needs help from bird watchers to rebuild his camp.
For the benefit of those who wish to render monetary aid, we are  again providing his account details:

Name: Yashpal Singh Negi
Bank: State Bank Of India
Branch: Bhiri
Saving Account No: 11442534733
NEFT/IFSC Code: SBIN0009834

Please remit your contributions directly, and intimate him accordingly.  
His numbers are +91-9412909399 and +91-9720709499

Those who contribute more than Rs 1000/- may send in their name, email id , date and amount of credit to susan_sharma@hotmail.com. IndianWildlifeClub .com will send a high resolution copy of ‘ Morning Glory at Kedarnath” to each one of them. 

PS: Added in March 2015
Mr Negi has sent photographs of  his New Camp at Makku, which is now up and running.




 





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