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Arun Vignesh C S, IFS Aug 5
A rescued calf was released back in national park. Despite the enormous risk, the staff and vets from showed utmost dedication and love towards the calf. Proud to be a member of such team.
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Arun Vignesh C S, IFS Aug 1
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Arun Vignesh C S, IFS Jul 28
Tigers represent the health of an ecosystem. Latest estimate of tigers in India stands at 2967, which is an increase of 741 in 4 years. It is a success for the forest departments, conservationists and most importantly the People of India. #2967
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Kaziranga National Park Jul 28
With the good news of rise in number of tigers in India to 2967, Global Tiger Day 2019 is observed in Kaziranga Tiger Reserve. #2967
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Kaziranga National Park Jul 28
With the good news of rise in number of tigers in India to 2967, Global Tiger Day 2019 is observed in Kaziranga Tiger Reserve. #2967
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Kaziranga National Park Jul 21
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Arun Vignesh C S, IFS Jul 21
As the week long in has started receding, here is the comparison of Bagori Range between 14th and 21st July through 's lens.
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Kaziranga National Park Jul 20
has not authorized any fundraising on its behalf. However there could be independent campaigns working for the cause of as long as they do not claim it to be on behalf of Kaziranga National Park.
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Vijay Palve Jul 19
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Kaziranga National Park Jul 19
Thanks for the kind words sir. We will continue the good work under your guidance.
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Akshay Kumar Jul 17
Absolutely heartbreaking to know about the devastation by floods in Assam.All affected, humans or animals,deserve support in this hour of crisis.I’d like to donate 1cr each to the CM Relief Fund & for Kaziranga Park rescue.Appealing to all to contribute
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Arun Vignesh C S, IFS Jul 17
Right of way is for everyone. Elephants in Kaziranga migrating towards Karbi Anglong during Assam Floods.
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Arun Vignesh C S, IFS Jul 17
Response to the survival question. Rhinos taking shelter in one of the natural High grounds of Kaziranga National Park.
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Arun Vignesh C S, IFS Jul 16
Field staff of Kaziranga are one of the sincerest and I am proud of working with him.
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Kaziranga National Park Jun 4
Kaziranga National Park is hosting an event of Tree Planting and Seedling Distribution on this World Environment Day. Join hands with us to plant trees and
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Kaziranga National Park May 31
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Arun Vignesh C S, IFS Mar 23
12th Nature Orientation Initiative was conducted on 14-17 March 2019 to drive the kids from fringe areas of Kaziranga, towards conservation and heritage of KNP, so they can support the park and become role models as conservationists in their respective areas.
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Kaziranga National Park May 29
Despite these dynamic challenges, the field staff of Kaziranga continue to perform their duty with utmost dedication and sincerity. Each strand of grass & every individual animal are the standing proof of sleepless nights spent by these silent warriors. We salute them.
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Kaziranga National Park May 29
Flood Awareness Programme was organized in Boralimara Village, Sotea, on 27th May 2019. Experts from various NGOs & forest officers from Biswanath Wildlife Division discussed about various issues related to flood time wildlife management.
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Kaziranga National Park May 29
A three day training programme for the members of EDCs under Kaziranga National Park was started at NERIWALM, Tezpur. The project is aimed at creating Climate Resilient livelihood for vulnerable communities through Organic Farming & Pisciculture'.
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