Jasrota Wildlife Sanctuary field visit organized – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism

Participants and organizers pose for a group photo outside the Jasrota Kathua Wildlife Sanctuary on Thursday.

Excelsior Sports Correspondent
KATHUA, March 3: The Department of Environmental Science and the Ravi Eco Club of Government Degree College Kathua organized a field trip and interaction program for students and Club members at Jasrota Wildlife Sanctuary in collaboration with Department of Wildlife Protection and Institute of Mountain Environment, University of Jammu here today.
A total of 31 students from the Ravi Eco Club participated in the field trip.
GDC Kathua Director Prof. Rajkiran announced the trip to Jasrota and encouraged the students to get the most out of the field trip.
The students visited the different sites and observed many wildlife species such as wild boar, barking deer and a variety of birdlife inside the sanctuary. “An interaction/technical session with the participants was also held at the Jasrota Training Center, during which Dr. Ravi Verma, Kathua Wildlife Warden, discussed the different species of plants and animals found in the sanctuary and J&K Forestry Department’s conservation efforts in ecosystem restoration.”
Dr. Neeraj Sharma, Director of the Institute of Mountain Environment, gave a detailed presentation on the various techniques used in the census of various species.
Club Manager Dr Deepshikha Sharma coordinated the event, while Prof. Ritu Bhagat, Prof. Surbhi Gupta, Prof. Neeru Sharma, Prof. Rupali Nanda and Prof. Nisha Bhagat were part of the field visit.

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