Biodiversity is essential to the environmental balance – Biodiversity is essential to the environmental balance

Biodiversity is essential for the balance of the environment
Bijnor When it comes to biodiversity, more efforts are needed today to reconnect this broken chain in the Ganges. During the British era, the crocodiles destroyed by the Ganges were rehabilitated, but many challenges remain to be overcome. If you look at the numbers, so far there are 828 gongs left from the Bijnor Barrage in the Ganges to the Makhdumpur Ghat. At the same time, three thousand turtles were released in the Ganges in order to preserve the biodiversity of the Ganges. People also need to be aware of biodiversity.
Sanjeev Yadav, Senior Coordinator of WWF, said that in 2009 we started a campaign on gharial rehabilitation. So far, 828 gongs have been released. Of these, 17 female crocodiles are ready for breeding, but we do not have the same males. In cooperation with the forest authority, an attempt is being made to find a man of his age and length. So that the gongs in the Ganges can be restored.
At the same time, the Hyderpur wetland at the Bijnor Ganga Dam is nothing short of a bird’s paradise, but there are still many conservation issues to be addressed. Last year the hyacinth was the most problematic. When the water was there it was removed by the forestry department, but when the water dried it was forgotten. If the water comes back now, it will turn green. Other than that, no work was carried out between February and the end of March to stop the water in this lake.
The inauguration has not yet taken place, Ganga Interpretation Center
Two years ago there was a bird festival on Ganga Barrage, attended by senior officials from the Namami Gange Project from Delhi. The Ganga Interpretation Center was inaugurated at this time, but has not yet been built. The purpose of saving was to have all information about Ganga available in one place.
Gongs and turtles are necessary to maintain balance
Gharials and turtles also work to balance the Ganges. Just as they eat the remains of sick fish and other animals while keeping the numbers of fast-growing fish under control, it also gives other species a chance to thrive.
Stopping the hunt in the Ganges is a great challenge
The forestry department received votes on both sides of the dam in the Ganges so that it could be inspected from time to time. Even so, nothing special happens in the name of the inspection. This can be seen from the fact that two days ago the Muzaffarnagar police caught more than 30 turtles and two pythons that were smuggled from the Haiderpur wetland, while the forestry department did not even know about it.
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Aquatic animals are not allowed to hunt in the Ganges. The severity is increased in Bijnor. Patrols are being conducted to stop poaching and the informant system is also being strengthened.
– Vijay Singh, Moradabad Division Forest Protection Officer

Biodiversity is essential for the balance of the environment

Bijnor When it comes to biodiversity, more efforts are needed today to reconnect this broken chain in the Ganges. During the British era, the crocodiles destroyed by the Ganges were rehabilitated, but many challenges remain to be overcome. If you look at the numbers, so far there are 828 gongs left from the Bijnor Barrage in the Ganges to the Makhdumpur Ghat. At the same time, three thousand turtles were released in the Ganges in order to preserve the biodiversity of the Ganges. People also need to be aware of biodiversity.

Sanjeev Yadav, Senior Coordinator of WWF, said that in 2009 we started a campaign on gharial rehabilitation. So far, 828 gongs have been released. Of these, 17 female crocodiles are ready for breeding, but we do not have the same males. In cooperation with the forest authority, an attempt is being made to find a man of his age and length. So that the gongs in the Ganges can be restored.

At the same time, the Hyderpur wetland at the Bijnor Ganga Dam is nothing short of a bird’s paradise, but there are still many conservation issues to be addressed. Last year the hyacinth was the most problematic. If there was water it was removed by the forestry department, but when the water dried it was forgotten. If the water comes back now, it will turn green. Other than that, no work was carried out between February and the end of March to stop the water in this lake.

The inauguration has not yet taken place, Ganga Interpretation Center

Two years ago there was a bird festival on Ganga Barrage, attended by senior officials from the Namami Gange Project from Delhi. The Ganga Interpretation Center was inaugurated at this time, but has not yet been built. The purpose of saving was to have all information about Ganga available in one place.

Gongs and turtles are necessary to maintain balance

Gharials and turtles also work to balance the Ganges. Just as they eat the remains of sick fish and other animals while keeping the numbers of fast-growing fish under control, it also gives other species a chance to thrive.

Stopping the hunt in the Ganges is a great challenge

The forestry department received votes on both sides of the dam in the Ganges so that it could be inspected from time to time. Even so, nothing special happens in the name of the inspection. This can be seen from the fact that two days ago the Muzaffarnagar police caught more than 30 turtles and two pythons that were smuggled from the Haiderpur wetland, while the forestry department did not even know about it.

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Aquatic animals are not allowed to hunt in the Ganges. The severity is increased in Bijnor. Patrols are being conducted to stop poaching and the informant system is also being strengthened.

– Vijay Singh, Moradabad Division Forest Protection Officer

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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