Monday, May 9, 2016

Activity Highlights February 2016: Pench Madhya Pradesh

Two-day Nature Orientation Camp organized by our team:
attended by 34 students and 4 teachers from eight villages

Students at the camp learning how to identify pug marks, from our
Conservation Officer Mandar

Dewri students digging a soak pit -one of our regular water conservation

Durgapur - Field Assistant Niranjan demonstrates a stove that uses
less firewood and emits less smoke

Khamarpani - Dr Bhasme examines a patient at our free health camp

Khamba - Field Assistant Niranjan with children on a birdwatching trail

Turia - Our Field Assistnt repairs a stove fuelled by biogas

Turia - Women guides of Pench and other villagers dig a waterhole
for wild animals 

Wagholi Nature Camp - Mandar and Ajay teach children about
the tiger census, and the need to protect tigers

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