Posted: 23.02.2018
 
Bombay Natural History Society . 2018.03.03 BNHS Asif N Khan Lakshadweep 2017 (15) 2018.03.03 BNHS Asif N Khan Lakshadweep 2017 (139) Vandan Jhaveri 2018.03.03 BNHS Vandan Jhaveri Lakshadweep (5) Marine camp at Lakshadweep - Thinnakara Island Batch I: 3rd - 7th March, 2018 Batch II: 10th - 14th March, 2018 Lakshadweep is a group of islands, 200–440 km off the southwest coast of India. These islands form the...
Posted: 17.01.2018
 
Bombay Natural History Society . 2018.05.12 BNHS Corbett Asif Khan 2018.05.12 BNHS Corbett Asif Khan (2) 2018.05.12 BNHS Corbett Vandan Jhaveri (1) 2018.05.12 BNHS Pangot Vandan Jhaveri (1) CORBETT NATIONAL PARK & NAINITAL (SATTAL, BHIMTAL & PANGOT) Corbett National Park was created in 1936, the first wildlife park of India. Besides Tiger and Asian Elephant, the area is known for a large number of sub-Himalayan...
Posted: 12.01.2018
 
Bombay Natural History Society January 12th-14th January Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary 20th & 21st January Bird Identification Workshop 29th January Karnala Bird Sanctuary February 4th February Flamingo Watch at Sewri 11th February Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary 18th February Nature Trail to Nagla Block National Camps 2018 March Wild Assam - Gibbon Sanctuary, Kaziranga & Nameri NP Mishmi Hills & Maguri Beel April...
Posted: 13.12.2017
 
Bombay Natural History Society BNHS has organised a camp to explore the wildlife in areas of Rajasthan. Bera holds promising chances of spotting a leopard while Mount Abu provides for good birding opportunity. January, 2018 LEOPARD COUNTRY - BERA AND MOUNT ABU Dates: 24th - 28th January, 2018 Bera: Bera is a small town situated in Rajasthan, with a considerable leopard population. Bera has in recent years...
Posted: 02.12.2017
 
Bombay Natural History Society BNHS Hrishikesh Rane (1) BNHS Hrishikesh Rane (2) . BNHS Photo Library (4) BNHS Photo Library (9) BNHS Photo Library (13) Time to count waterbirds Participate in the Asian Waterbird Census beginning this weekend Mumbai: 2nd January: Waterbirds are key indicators to understand the health of wetlands along with highlighting the importance of these wetlands for both humans and birds...
Posted: 08.11.2017
 
Bombay Natural History Society Go birding to honour the Bird Man of India Participate in the bird count organised by BNHS on 12th November Mumbai: 8th November: Winters not only bring along respite from the harsh sun but also cheer for bird watchers with a lot of winged visitors migrating to different areas. With the birding season setting in, the Bombay Natural History Society announces the Sálim Ali Bird...
Posted: 27.09.2017
 
Bombay Natural History Society Greetings from BNHS! BNHS has planned an expedition to explore the wildlife in the desert of Rajasthan with experts from BNHS. This camp covers four places namely Tal Chhapar, Jorbeed, Kheechan and Desert National Park from 23rd to 28th December 2017. Below are the camp details for your kind perusal. Photo credits: Asif N Khan WILD RAJASTHAN Tal Chhapar, Jorbeed, Kheechan and...
Posted: 09.06.2017
 
Bombay Natural History Society Greetings from BNHS! As you must be aware, BNHS also engages in environment education with online correspondence courses conducted by BNHS CEC. The 'Basic Course in Ornithology' which is all about birds is set to begin shortly, with last few days to register for the same. Understand the avian world with ‘Basic Course in Ornithology’ conducted by BNHS CEC Last few days to...
Posted: 31.05.2017
 
Bombay Natural History Society Greetings from BNHS! Last year the Baya Weaver Count organised by BNHS, under the Common Bird Monitoring Programme, recorded 6354 birds from bird watchers across the country. In the second year of this Count, efforts for involving more people in monitoring Weavers is set to be done for a week from 4th to 11th June 2017. Below are the details of this year's Count along with results...
Posted: 06.05.2017
 
Bombay Natural History Society BNHS CEC launches Certificate course in Butterfly Studies The all new course is all about butterflies Mumbai: 5th May: We all are fascinated about these colourful fluttering beings. We see them everywhere around in our backyard, in gardens and even on mud. But do we really know much about them? Here is your chance to understand everything about butterflies. BNHS Conservation...

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