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About Author: Mrs. Shakti & Mr. A S Bishnoi

Mrs. Shakti & Mr. A S Bishnoi
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Mrs Shakti Bishnoi is a postgraduate from London School of Business Management. She is qualified and experienced ornithologist, participates in bird census and child counselor. Believes in increasing green cover and has taken initiative at ground level. Marathon runner for a cause. Mr A S Bishnoi is a post graduate in Electronics. Apart from wildlife photography, he is qualified ornithologist and has been contributing by participating in bird census of Chilika lake for the last 10 years and also BNHS related activities. Both of them have reared more than 600 butterfly in their house and their journey still continues.

Posts by Mrs. Shakti & Mr. A S Bishnoi

  • Khichan: Home to Demoiselle Cranes By Mrs. Shakti Bishnoi and Mr. A. S. Bishnoi From late August or early September to the end of March, one can witness the extraordinary and amazing sight of hundreds […]

    Khichan: Home to Demoiselle Cranes

    Khichan: Home to Demoiselle Cranes By Mrs. Shakti Bishnoi and Mr. A. S. Bishnoi From late August or early September to the end of March, one can witness the extraordinary and amazing sight of hundreds […]

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  • Point Calimere: Journey to a Bird Paradise Since the day I first saw a migratory bird near Vishakhapatnam airport, my interests in watching migratory birds have increased manifold. When the busy, rusty and boredom inducing […]

    Point Calimere: Journey to a Bird Paradise

    Point Calimere: Journey to a Bird Paradise Since the day I first saw a migratory bird near Vishakhapatnam airport, my interests in watching migratory birds have increased manifold. When the busy, rusty and boredom inducing […]

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  • Turtle Tales: Arribada in Odisha Introduction Every Year Odisha witnesses a migration of epic proportions. Huge numbers of Olive Ridley turtles arrive at Gahirmatha, Rushikulya and Devi River mouth to lay eggs. To a lesser […]

    Turtle Tales: Arribada in Odisha

    Turtle Tales: Arribada in Odisha Introduction Every Year Odisha witnesses a migration of epic proportions. Huge numbers of Olive Ridley turtles arrive at Gahirmatha, Rushikulya and Devi River mouth to lay eggs. To a lesser […]

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  • Migratory Birds Add colour to Vizag By Mrs Shakti Bishnoi & Mr A S Bishnoi The nip in the air signalled the onset of winter in the city and the season along with its chills, […]

    Migratory Birds add colour to Vizag

    Migratory Birds Add colour to Vizag By Mrs Shakti Bishnoi & Mr A S Bishnoi The nip in the air signalled the onset of winter in the city and the season along with its chills, […]

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  • Safe Haven: Telineelapuram For Pelicans and Painted Storks This article is part of the April  2019 Newsletter. To download the full Newsletter PDF please click the below button – Introduction: The relationship between man and […]

    Safe Haven: Telineelapuram For Pelicans and Painted Storks

    Safe Haven: Telineelapuram For Pelicans and Painted Storks This article is part of the April  2019 Newsletter. To download the full Newsletter PDF please click the below button – Introduction: The relationship between man and […]

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  • Giving them wings to Fly By – Mrs Shakti Bishnoi & Mr A S Bishnoi The wonderful creations of god is seen everywhere. Since the early days of life evolving in this world, colourful and charming […]

    Giving them wings to Fly

    Giving them wings to Fly By – Mrs Shakti Bishnoi & Mr A S Bishnoi The wonderful creations of god is seen everywhere. Since the early days of life evolving in this world, colourful and charming […]

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