Haiderpur Wetland will extend to Ravali – Now the area will be included as far as Ravali in Haiderpur Wetland, proposal sent to the government

Rawali area of ​​Bijnor which is included in the Haiderpur wetland.
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Haiderpur Wetland is up to Ravali. extended
Bijnor. Now the area up to Rawali of Bijnor is included in the Haiderpur Wetland. A proposal for this has been submitted to the government. With the connection of the area to Ravali to the wetland, a campaign for the protection of animals and birds will also be started here. Tourists can also see the view of nature here. It is expected to be approved soon.
Haiderpur Wetland lies on the banks of the Ganges on the border of Bijnor and Muzaffarnagar. It is a swampy area connected by a lake. The area of ​​Haiderpur Wetland is 6,900 hectares. So far, 312 bird species have been found in the Haiderpur wetland. A lot of work has been done here since it was declared a wetland. A campaign to protect animals and birds has been launched. Seats, watchtowers, etc. were built for the tourists to walk around. Bicycles were also arranged for their roaming.
Much of the outside of the Haiderpur wetland is also swampy and resembles the submergence of the Ganges. There are also many native and foreign birds here. Given the abundance of birds and other conditions, the Ministry of Forestry has submitted a proposal to the government for Rawali to join Haiderpur Wetland. Since this area is also part of the wetland, a special campaign to protect animals and birds is started. Arrangements are also made for tour tourists, etc. All the beautiful views can be seen from the Ganges stream. This area will also be included in the bird festival that takes place in February.
According to DFO Dr. M. Semmaran was proposed to include the area as far as Ravali in Haiderpur Wetland. It is expected to be approved soon.

Haiderpur Wetland is up to Ravali. extended

Bijnor. Now the area up to Rawali of Bijnor is included in the Haiderpur Wetland. A proposal for this has been submitted to the government. With the connection of the area to Ravali to the wetland, a campaign for the protection of animals and birds will also be started here. Tourists can also see the view of nature here. It is expected to be approved soon.

Haiderpur Wetland lies on the banks of the Ganges on the border of Bijnor and Muzaffarnagar. It is a swampy area connected by a lake. The area of ​​Haiderpur Wetland is 6,900 hectares. So far, 312 bird species have been found in the Haiderpur wetland. A lot of work has been done here since it was declared a wetland. A campaign to protect animals and birds has been launched. Seats, watchtowers, etc. were built for the tourists to walk around. Bicycles were also arranged for their roaming.

Much of the outside of the Haiderpur wetland is also swampy and resembles the submergence of the Ganges. There are also many native and foreign birds here. Given the abundance of birds and other conditions, the Ministry of Forestry has submitted a proposal to the government for Rawali to join Haiderpur Wetland. Since this area is also part of the wetland, a special campaign to protect animals and birds is started. Arrangements are also made for tour tourists, etc. All the beautiful views can be seen from the Ganges stream. This area will also be included in the bird festival that takes place in February.

According to DFO Dr. M. Semmaran was proposed to include the area as far as Ravali in Haiderpur Wetland. It is expected to be approved soon.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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