Forests of India Current Affairs, GK & News
The Bhitarkanika National Park (BNP) of Odisha has become the largest habitat of the endangered estuarine crocodiles in India with a record number of their nesting sites spotted in it. Recently, the enumerators have spotted 101 nests of crocodile in Kanika, Gahirmatha, Mahakalapada and Rajnagar wildlife forest range divisions under the park. As per the ..
Topics: Apex predators • Bhitarkanika Mangroves • Bhitarkanika National Park • Crocodile • Crocodilians • Crocodylidae • Forests of India • Mangrove • Odisha • Saltwater crocodile • Sundarbans • Wetlands of India
To study the effects of climate change, India has launched long term ecological observatories (LTEO) programme. Under the programme, eight long-term ecological observatories are opened to study the health of eight different biomes. They will cover the Western Himalayas to Western Ghats, Eastern Himalayas to Andaman & Nicobar Islands, central India to the Sunderbans, and ..
Topics: Biome • Countries • Forests of India • Geography of India • Habitats • India • States and union territories of India • Sundarbans • Tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests • Western Ghats
The Bhitarkanika National Park (BNP) is located in Kendrapara district of Odisha and is spread over 672 square kilometers. It is in news recently because the national park has registered an impressive rise in mammal population due to adequate conservation measures and vigil by anti-poaching squad of the forest department. According to the latest head ..