Zoological Park gets more wildlife
DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 9
Many wildlife lovers and conservationists continue to pour in with donations of various species of animals and birds to Nagaland Zoological Park. Among the donors during the past week includes high ranking government officials, public leaders, elders of villages, wildlife lovers and students each of them had donated different species of wildlife with the common intention of wildlife conservation.
According to an official report, one Tokay Gecko was rescued from Diphupar area and donated to the Park by Hap Lotha on November 2. Temsü Ao, Commandant 9th NAP Battalion donated a leopard cat to the park on November 4. Two Asiatic Black Bears were received from Kevi Rio from Botsa on November 7.
One Brown Fish Owl was rescued by Benjamin Yeptho, Thahekhu village and donated to the Zoological Park on November 7. On the same day, Weizetho, Class XII student of Christian Higher Secondary School and resident of Veterinary Colony, Dimapur donated Great Barbet to the park.
Meanwhile, the Director of Nagaland Zoological Park, Tongpangzemba Ao, has conveyed that, with so much positive response coming in from the public, the department is very much inspired and encouraged to strive for improvement in the development and management of the Zoological Park in its efforts to conserve wildlife wealth.