IBNS 17 Feb 2016 Print
(Reporting by Saleem Iqbal Qadri)
The programme saw participants including students, NGOs and Wildlife SOS, the spokesman said.
The spokesman added, “The exercise is conducted by Wildlife Warden Wetlands Division Kashmir and under the guidance of the Chief Wildlife Warden, and Regional Wildlife Warden, Kashmir. Prior to the exercise, an orientation session for the participants was held at Hokersar where all the participants were given first- hand knowledge of the methodology to be adopted.”
Chief Wildlife Warden, Deepak Khanna, said that department is organizing this event in the state in all most all the important wetlands which include Hokersar, Shallabugh, Wullar, Dal, Anchar, Haigam and Chattlum.
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