Bird Nest making workshop at JD BIRLA INSTITUTE KOLKATA by NEST MAN of India

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Next Making Workshop at J.D. Birla Institute of Kolkata by The NEST MAN Of India Rakesh Khatri on 3rd May 2023
Next Making Workshop at J.D. Birla Institute of Kolkata by The NEST MAN Of India Rakesh Khatri on 3rd May 2023
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Bird Nest making workshop at JD BIRLA INSTITUTE KOLKATA by NEST MAN of India.

Rakesh Khatri the Nest Man of India, guided the students of JD Birla Institute Kolkata on how to make the Bird’s Nest for the urban ecology and bird population.

News By Antara Tripathy

Urbanization has caused significant changes in the environment, resulting in habitat loss and fragmentation for many bird species. The rapid expansion of cities has led to the destruction of natural habitats, leaving birds with fewer places to nest, feed, and breed. As a result, urban birds face a number of challenges that threaten their survival.

One of the primary challenges that urban birds face is habitat loss. As cities grow, they consume natural habitats, such as forests, grasslands, and wetlands, leaving birds with few places to live. Many bird species require specific habitats for nesting, feeding, and breeding, and the loss of these habitats can have serious consequences for their survival. Moreover, birds may be forced to move to less optimal habitats, which can lead to a decline in their health and reproductive success.

Another issue for urban birds is habitat fragmentation. Even if there are remaining patches of natural habitat in urban areas, they may be too small to support a viable bird population. Habitat fragmentation can also increase the likelihood of bird mortality due to collisions with buildings and vehicles or predation by domestic cats and other predators.

Furthermore, urbanization has also led to increased pollution and environmental degradation, which can negatively impact bird health. Pesticides and other chemicals used in urban areas can accumulate in the food chain, affecting bird behavior, immune systems, and reproductive success. Additionally, air pollution and noise pollution can interfere with bird communication and navigation, making it harder for them to find mates and forage for food.

To mitigate the effects of urbanization on bird populations, various conservation measures can be taken. One approach is to create urban green spaces, such as parks, gardens, and green roofs, that can provide habitat for birds and other wildlife. These spaces can also help to reduce pollution and provide a range of ecosystem services to urban residents.

Another approach is to regulate urban development to minimize the impact on natural habitats. For example, zoning laws could require the preservation of green spaces, or development projects could incorporate bird-friendly design features, such as bird-safe glass and green roofs.

In conclusion, the habitat problem faced by urban birds is a serious issue that requires attention from both policymakers and the public. By creating and protecting urban green spaces and implementing bird-friendly design practices, we can help ensure that birds have the habitats they need to thrive in urban environments.

Mr. Rakesh Khatri, popularly known as the “NEST MAN” of India, has made a significant impact in the field of education and Ecology. He came to Kolkata to setup a Bird NEST-making workshop at JD Birla Institute to make the lives of many students back to nature.

Mr. Rakesh Khatri, the NEST MAN of India, is a true visionary who has made a significant impact in the education sector in India with awareness of Bird conservation and care for nature.

This workshop at JD Birla Institute is being organized today by NSS-wings and over 400 students across different departments have registered for the workshop.
Mr Khatri has so far made over 6 lakh successful nests from coconut shells and recycled tetra packs.

The nests will be released on 19th May on the occasion of the WESD.

Principal of the JD Birla Institute Doctor Deepali Singhee explained how the institute is keen to develop the future global citizens with empathy for nature.

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Antara Tripathy M.Sc., B.Ed. by qualification and bring 15 years of media reporting experience.. Coverred many illustarted events like, G20, ICC,MCCI,British High Commission, Bangladesh etc. She took over from the founder Editor of IBG NEWS Suman Munshi (15/Mar/2012- 09/Aug/2018 and October 2020 to 13 June 2023).
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