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In India, birds are dying because they collide with blades of the wind turbines
science

In India, birds are dying because they collide with blades of the wind turbines

Although wind energy is a source of renewable energy, unsuspecting birds are facing the brunt of tall blades.

Wildlife photographer Nayan Khanolkar: 'Ignore nature, and you'll have to pay a price'
Life

Wildlife photographer Nayan Khanolkar: 'Ignore nature, and you'll have to pay a price'

Mumbai-based wildlife photographer Nayan Khanolkar was one of the winners of the prestigious Wildlife Photography Awards. He tells us how he got the picture of the leopard, that won him the prize.

Watch: Paradise in danger? Navi Mumbai-Sewri sea link threatens migratory flamingos
Life

Watch: Paradise in danger? Navi Mumbai-Sewri sea link threatens migratory flamingos

As work on the Navi Mumbai-Sewri sea link project is set to start this month, the city runs the risk of losing out on witnessing a migratory spectacle.

Odisha: Cyclone Phailin behind drop in migratory birds visiting Chilika?
India

Odisha: Cyclone Phailin behind drop in migratory birds visiting Chilika?

The arrival of winged visitors to Chilika Lake, the biggest waterfowl habitat in the country, has dropped this season with 1.58 lakh fewer migratory birds sighted than the previous season.

How pain medication is killing India's vultures
India

How pain medication is killing India's vultures

The Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) and UK-based Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) have drawn attention to a recent research paper highlighting threats to vultures.

Sparrows are tough but Mumbai is tougher
Mumbai

Sparrows are tough but Mumbai is tougher

But a 10-member BNHS expert committee has recently submitted recommendations to the Ministry of Forests and Environment that may bring the birds and bees back.