Events to register for in September

VENUE: Suklai, Udalguri, BTAD, Assam (26°43'57.33"N, 91°46'39.63"E)
ORGANIZED BY: Butterflies of North-eastern India Group
1.Monsoon Jyoti Gogoi, PhD Scholar, Assam University, Silchar 
2.Kamal Azad, Biologist, National Tiger Conservation Authority, RO, Guwahati 
3.Nawangla Bhutia, Vice President, Butterfly and Moth of Sikkim, Sikkim
4.Samrat Sengupta, PhD Scholar, Jorhat
5.Firoz Hussain, Tourism Entrepreneur, Jorhat
6.Dipankar Lahkar, Senior Research Officer, Aaranyak, Guwahati

PROGRAM STARTS ON: 25th October 2015 
PROGRAM ENDS ON: 28th October 2015 
DURATION: 4 days / 5 Nights 
RESOURCE PERSON: Isaac Kehimkar, Deputy Director (Natural History), Bombay Natural History Society, Mumbai
REGISTRATION FEE: Rs. 2500/- per person (concession of Rs. 500/- will be made for the student participants and the participants selected for Power Point presentation)
Interested participants can submit their research abstract. Abstracts related to butterfly and its conservation will be given more priority. 
1.Abstract on butterfly documentation on a particular area to be selected.
2.The participants can also submit abstract even if it’s not a direct butterfly topic but the study should indirectly be linked with butterfly conservation.
3.Abstracts on butterfly photography also to be selected.
4.Only Limited Abstracts will be selected for power point presentation. Interested participants must send a sample of ppt for selection procedure.
1.Monsoon Jyoti Gogoi (+919435703109, +918471954238) 
2.Kamal Azad (+919864854382, +917035102668) 
3.Nawangla Bhutia (+919735087508) 
4.Dipankar Lahkar (+917896427559) 
5.Samrat Sengupta (+918472897756) 
6.Firoz Hussain (+918011289217)
Detailed program is under preparation...

CEC, BNHS, Asola Bhatti

Start this winter with a dose of wildlife. Come joins us for our annual Wildlife Week celebration at Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary. 
We will host free events staring 1st of October and running till 11th of October 2015.

The list of activities to be conducted is given below-

- Migratory Bird Walk
- Asola Lake Excursion
- Leopard Trail
- Blackbuck Trail
- Yoga sessions
- Tree climbing
- Mountain Biking
- Workshop on Wildlife Gardening
- DIY Bird Feeder/Nest
- Study of Aquatic Lifeforms
- Art from Waste
- Volunteer for Habitat Restoration
- Volunteer for Butterfly Gardening
- Wildlife Quiz Competition
- Face Painting Competition
- Wildlife Sketching Competition
- Online Slogan Writing Competition
- Interaction with Forest Department
- Review of Bio-diversity Survey of Sanctuary
- Expert Talks ON Green Living
- Panel Discusion on threats to Sanctuary
- Road-Kill Awareness Campaign
- Community Outreach
- Wetland Birds Excursion (Okhla Bird Sanctuary)
- Save Dhanauri Wetland Drive
- Photo Exhibitions
- Acoustic Music Sessions
- Native Tree Plantation
- Fun Games for Kids
- Valedictory Function and Prize Distribution

Stay tuned for more information and the schedule.

For inquires and registration contact: Mr. Ishtiyak Ahmed, Education Officer on 011-26042010/ 8800748967/ 9868441983 or Email:


October Events

Madras Crocodile Bank Trust

Mugger croc feeding demo at 11:30,12:30, 16:00, 17:00
Iguana feeding at 12:00
Gharial feeding demo at 15:00
And free guided tours will be organized throughout the day

8th CMS VATAVARAN 2015 - Environment & Wildlife Film Festival and Forum
October 9 - October 13
Oct 9 at 9:00am to Oct 13 at 8:30pm
Convention Center, Opposite Jantar Mantar, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi

The theme for the 8th competitive edition is ‘Water for Life’ with a special focus on “Conserving our Water Bodies”. It seeks to mark the interconnectedness of water and life and raise concern over the rapidly deteriorating condition of our water bodies. The fact that India has just 4% of the world’s fresh water but 16% of the global population is reason enough to begin a serious discussion on proper and effective water management and conservation. CMS VATAVARAN 2015 with its theme ‘Water for Life’ aims to do just that.

'The Forest comes to the City' @ CMS Vatavaran Environment Film Fest

A rare treat for Dilli-wallahs.
Inviting 30 Adivasi farmers from 6 states to Delhi.
Sharing poison-free NATURAL FOOD.
Traditional RAJMA, AROMATIC RICE, MEDICINAL TURMERIC, and many other items- for display & sale.

WorldWildlifeWeek at BNHS,  CEC, Asola Bhatti

Photo Exhibition in Cochin

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