Click & capture Green India

This task is for those interested in photography. You are required to spend time at any wildlife park, natural reserve and share photo album/videos that capture some aspects about ...

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This task is for those interested in photography. You are required to spend time at any wildlife park, natural reserve and share photo album/videos that capture some aspects about that park. Along with the photos/videos you are required to share a report on how to improve infrastructure in the area, particularly to prevent further environmental degradation.

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Kaushal Hirankhede 3 years 3 weeks ago

Khana National park (M.P) is one the largest national park in India in area. It is recognize because of his unique hardground Swamp Deer (Barasingha) and Tiger.
I m Sharing you a original and latest photograph of Khana National park which is taken by me only.
We can do lot of things for improvement of animal life style and forest
1. Make small pounds for animals for drinking water.
2. Stop the elephant safari for tiger show.
3. Make boundaries for farmer crop by which we protect animal ,,,

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Swaraj Chadha 3 years 3 weeks ago

Sundarbans National Park :-
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Sundarbans National Park is a magnificent tangle of mangrove jungle that's the only one of its kind in the world. It's spread over 54 islands and extends into neighboring Bangladesh. Part of the Sundarbans is home to a 2,585 sq kilometer (1,606 sq mile) Tiger Reserve, which includes a 1,330 sq kilometer (826 sq mile) national park.

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parvesh dixit 3 years 3 weeks ago

on the way to shri amarnath ji...an animal is human's best friend whom he can trust

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mahavir singh rajpurohit 3 years 3 weeks ago

I went to Dudhsagar falls (at Goa-Karnataka border) on a 25 km trek from Castlerock station in Karnataka.The falls are majestic and the forest is pretty dense but I was sad to see the condition of the area surrounding the falls (the area is covered with waste).Solution - To stop people from throwing waste, collect Rs. 50 or 100 from people when they enter the forest for every food packets and water bottles and return the money when they come out.Implemented successfully at soojipara falls,kerala

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Kishore Kumar 3 years 3 weeks ago

Based on my trip to Bannerghatta National Park this year and visit to Kruger national Park (South Africa) in 2006, have shared few snaps and my observations in a pdf file suggesting ways to improve the current facility.Snaps of Tiger were taken at Bannerghatta whereas the Giraffe and Elephant were taken from the open Jeep at Kruger park. Am learning the basics of photography and have graduated last year from Digital camera to SLR and trying all the tricks.