Category Archives: Flora and Fauna

A Wondrous Dubai Garden

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When the sparrows protested!

by Mary Parmar OUR house being adjacent to the dense oak and deodar forest attracts many winged visitors of various hues. The cuckoo, the parrot, the humming bird, the blue bird, the wood-pecker, the brownies, the long-tailed bird and the … Continue reading

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Blooming Cactii

Blooming_Cactii More PowerPoint presentations from Navtej Singh

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With love to sparrows!

by Manika Ahuja IT has become almost a ritual for us to visit our maternal parents during our summer vacations. This time too it was no different and we left Chandigarh to spend a good part of our holidays in … Continue reading

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How green were those trees!

by Bharat Hiteshi DURING our recent trip to Dehradun, we also visited Mussoorie, the queen of hills, to revive memories of our earlier visits. Across Rajpur Road on the way to Mussoorie we were surprised to see an artificially created … Continue reading

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Paradise lost

by Rajbir Deswal THIS marshy patch in my village was from paradise itself. Being here, one could experience the thrill of the peaceful and sublime overtures of a natural kind, and a sheer bliss of being in the angelic company … Continue reading

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Winged visitors delight bird-watchers at Sultanpur

Sunit Dhawan Tribune News Service Sultanpur (Gurgaon), Nov 24 The nip in the air here has been followed by winged visitors. Migratory birds have started descending on the Sultanpur National Park, providing a feast to the eyes. Thousands of domestic … Continue reading

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