Environment Day, Every Day

Since June 5th is celebrated as World Environment Day, but every day is really a day to care about it and work towards its betterment, I thought I’ll just share some lovely pictures of our wonderful environments.

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Biodiversity Day: We Are Part of the Solution

International Day for Biological Diversity is held on May 22 to create awareness about biodiversity issues. The theme for this year is ‘We’re part of the solution’ in continuation with last year’s theme ‘our solutions are in nature’.

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World Migratory Bird Day: Celebrating the Avian Beauties

World Migratory Bird Day – a relatable day for every bird lover. Though, for a birder, every day is a bird day.

May 8th is celebrated globally as Migratory Bird Day, to raise awareness and a need to conserve these winter visitors some of whom even fly hundreds of thousands of kilometers.

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Earth Day: Thank you Mama Earth

Here’s a little video to thank mama earth for everything, on this Earth Day.

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How I’m Reducing Plastic Waste

I am reading and learning about environmental issues for a while now. It’s getting more and more important for me to know about, respect and be aware of the other creatures we share the planet with. The problems our planet is facing and what can be done about it.

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Flying Jewels of Garbhanga Forest

The greens looked a shade lighter under the blanket of the early winter fog that morning. A dirt-track gently meandered into the forest. Sunlight was yet to slice through the forest canopy. The tranquil silence was occasionally broken by the chirps and sounds of songbirds, hidden away from sight. The forest looked soothing with all the greens and browns, sprinkled with vibrantly coloured, tiny wildflowers.

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