Birdwatching at Yelahanka Puttenahalli Lake 20th Sep 2015

Yelahanka Puttenahalli Lake and Bird Conservation Trust (YPLBCT) is organising a birdwatching session on Sunday 20th September 2015, at Puttenahalli Lake, Yelahanka, India’s newest Conservation Reserve. Dr Subramanya will be the guide. Read more about the Conservation Reserve status accorded to this lake here.
 
The programme is expected to be covered by Doordharshan and likely to be connected to Man Ke Baat by our PM Narendra Modi.
 
Venue: Puttenahalli Lake, Yelahanka – See here for location on Google Maps
Date: Sunday, 20th September 2015
Time: 7 am to 10 am
 
For more details, please contact 
NC Krishna Datta <nckrishna@yahoo.com
KS Sangunni <sangunni@gmail.com>/ 9845063490
 


 

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