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Villagers clean Amur falcons’ roosting area

By EMN Updated: Nov 02, 2018 12:42 am

Dimapur, Nov. 1 (EMN): The Amur falcons are back to their Nagaland home, in the Doyang forest areas in Wokha district, The local community conserving the birds and their habitat are busy to keep the visitors comfortable. The Biodiversity Management Committee (BMC) of Pangti village undertook a cleanliness drive from Raphaphen to the Amur Falcons roosting area on October 30, the government bulletin DIPR stated in updates.
According to the chairman of the BMC, P Thungchumo Shitio, the members of the committee cleaned and cleared the area of litter and waste materials. They also installed bamboo-made waste bins along the road from Raphaphen to the roasting area, the updates stated. The BMC has reaffirmed protecting and conserving ‘every biological resources’ in the village, the updates added.

By EMN Updated: Nov 02, 2018 12:42:38 am