With an increasing threat to wildlife and nature due to anthropogenic factors, it is of utmost importance to create awareness among young minds to make conservation a reality. Bannerghatta Biological Park hosted a unique day long summer camp in three batches on 24th, 26th April and 2nd May, in which a total of 53 students attended the camp. This included a guided tour of the zoo, safari and but . . . More Details >>
Natural bamboo barricade placed along the visitor path in the zoo premises to encourage public to move around in the dedicated path.More Details >>
As an initiative to conserve nature, a swachh bharat abhiyan was conducted by 42 students from Udyan Shalini Fellowship on 13th April at Bannerghatta Biological Park. In addition to preventing plastic pollution at the park by litter picking , the students also interacted with the park visitors to create awareness on the negative impact of plastic use on wildlife and nature.