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Young Earth

As our earth is aging fast due to global warming etc we are trying to reverse the process.This group deals with both wildlife as well as the general environment.This is actually a precurser to our college group,"Green Club"

Location: Bangalore
Members: 6
Latest Activity: Nov 2, 2010

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The Bird project

we have an amazing variety of birds in kothanur,Bangalore.You might think that just because i live on d outskirs of the city i might see just pigeons or crows like just any normal Indian city.....If you did then you were conpletely wrong because we have sunbirds, kites,sparrows,drongo,etc......because of the new international airport our area has a new connectivity road but the new developments and the rise in population seems to have an adverse affect on the populations of the birds....we are trying 2 do something about it......educate people mostly....ans campaigning for them

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Comment by Janet Pandian on May 7, 2010 at 11:00am
*educate....sorry my bad..realized the mistake only 2day :-)
Comment by Janet Pandian on May 1, 2010 at 10:55am
thanx...it was a pretty immense success.......we spotted diff types of sunbirds,diff types of egrets but mainly cattle egrets and....a whole bunch more...
Comment by Haleigh on May 1, 2010 at 9:57am
Love your bird project! Good luck with it:)
Comment by Janet Pandian on April 30, 2010 at 10:18am
hey guys!....we are currently working on the Project Educarte to create an interest and an awareness in teens.....so the Bird Project was my last one....
Love,Janet
 

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