Indian Forest Service. Interested in Ecology to Economics. Tweets are personal. RTs are not endorsements.
Joined on 25 December, 2014
Replying to @neeleshmisra: My god — the stunning jewels of Nature! Hope our children and their children can witness and value precious beings like t…
Lion-tailed macaques live on treetops and need connected canopies to travel, but the destruction of forests is forcing them to descend to the floor and look for food in trash.
Film by: @NehaDixit0 and Sustain Team
@IndianPrimates @FFFIndia @rameshpandeyifs @IUCN @SanctuaryAsia
@rameshpandeyifs @Saket_Badola @neeleshmisra When you have lived with the mountains..you belong to them. There is no escape. @RealRuskinBond 😊
#mountains #himalayas #chopta #cannon #NaturePhotography @UTDBofficial @UttarakhandIFS @surenmehra @ParveenKaswan @paragenetics @DigvijayKhati @Saket_Badola
Beautiful..when Rhododendrons bloom. 👍
The magical misty mornings in the Saal forest of Dudhwa N.P. in the Terai arc landscape during winters is incredibly beautiful and must be experienced. @rameshpandeyifs @PrakashJavdekar, @uptourismgov
Magical, mystic and mesmerising. Terai winters are worth experiencing in Sal forests. 👍
@rameshpandeyifs @Saket_Badola @neeleshmisra Pika from Chopta sir. The place is a heaven for bird watchers. But excessive tourist rush there is spoiling the beauty. Lots of littering of waste can be seen around the Tungnath temple and tea shops at Chopta.
I have many memories attached with this landscape. Chopta is a quite well known place now, specially amongst birders and trekkers. Have you ever heard of or visited this place?
Been there for birding but thrilled get to see Himalyan Pika up close and also get to see Snake Lily apart from much photographed Monals 🙂
Though they look similar,can you identify the 3 different species of crocodiles seen in India?
Do you know that crocodiles are unable to stick out their tongues as it is held in place by a membrane that limits movement.
Interesting info. We say all Gharials are crocs but not all crocs are Gharials. Other two found in India are Muggar and Salt water croc. Gharials have long snouts and eat fish and don’t harm humans or livestock. Other two may be really dangerous specially Salt water ones. #crocs
Giloy is a climber which became quite popular during Covid times. Its botanical name is Tinospora cordifolia, because of their heart shaped leaves. Now is its flowering time. White tiny flowers have covered the canopies of some of the trees. #flower #nature
Sariska and Panna always remind us how the failures can be converted into opportunities. Good to know about things moving in right direction. 👍
Not everyday ends with good news. Challenges are there in conservation. One elephant got electrocuted in Sambalpur Odisha and one fell down in Deogarh, Jharkhand. Efforts are on to save fallen elephant by the team Deogarh. #elephant
‘Ranger madam sir’. Good to see green heroes getting recognised in every walk of life, specially women officers.
Replying to @theRohitBansal: Super to see more&more women soldiers at the level of forest guards, foresters, rangers. Ms Bharati on the right is an…
Another seizure of 300 no. Parakeets & 15 Hill Mynah coming from neighbouring State at NH2 in Durgapur today by our team. Kudos to them. They shall have wings and Sky to fly. @ParveenKaswan @Saket_Badola @ErikSolheim @HOD @rameshpandeyifs @CentralIfs
Super to see more&more women soldiers at the level of forest guards, foresters, rangers. Ms Bharati on the right is an eg. Full of cheer at her chowki-cum-res at Chandoli in Sahyadris. Proud to see her morale discussing work with her dynamic DFO Mahadev Mohite
A live pangolin allegedly being smuggled to China has been seized by SSB and West Bengal Forest Deptt in Cooch Behar. The demand of wildlife in wet markets haven’t gone down it seems. Sadly pangolins have become most traded species nowadays.
PC: Tribune #wildlife #poaching
Another pangolin seizure in Odisha by team @DfoDhenkanal. Good work but the pressure on the species in general continues. Awareness can help in fighting against crime related to wildlife.
#India🇮🇳 is home to 75% of the world's tiger population! Efforts of officers like Ramesh Kumar Pandey of Dudhwa Tiger Reserve help the Tiger to flourish. Congratulations for getting @UNEP's 2019 Asia Environmental Enforcement Awards for fighting transboundary environmental crime.
Thanks for the honour @UNEP. Overwhelmed. Humbled. Grateful to each and everyone.
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