Today morning our Chairman Mr Dev Narayan Mandal rescued a common Cobra from Mithileshwar. It was seen under the feeding tank of cattles where number of small childrens were playing. After noticing the snake moving to the hole below the tank, we got a call from villager and within no time we rashed to the site for the rescue.
When removed the tank
Naja naja moving into the hole
Naja naja after rescue
Today morning our social mobilizer Mr. Mukesh Kumar Rajak rescued an injured crow from the drainage. As per the rescue call received, information was, as a bird was seen inside a drainage and was not able to fly from bushes and water. After the rescue crow was taken to
Badly injured Left leg of the rescued Crow.
Social Mobiliser Mr.Mukesh feeding Injured Crow
Mukesh after feeding the crow
MWT office and checked its health, it was not able to move or open its wing by his own and its left palm was completely damaged as some of predator’s attack or accident might have happened. When our team fed with food and water he started to move & is trying to be active.We are trying our level best to save its life though we are not sure about the curing of left leg.
After the successful completion of Nilghai survey , MWT & FD is planning to introduce a nature trail inside the DPF for the attraction of tourist and to pass the information about the youngest protected forest. During our last survey, MWT scientific officer Mrs Lintumol P.K. pointed the main cause for the disappearance of these Nilghais are overgrazing of cattles inside the core area of forest, which forces the Darwin’s law of ‘Survival of the fittest’. So MWT and FD is trying to check the grazing of those cattles inside the core area of the forest with the help and support of nearby community peoples to protect and increase the population of Nilghais of DPF.
Mrs Lintumol P.K, Scientific Officer, identifying the sexes of Nilghais during last survey
Mr.Santhosh Rajak, Volunteer & Social mobilizer during last Nilghai Survey.
Today afternoon while rescuing a Common Krait from Tarapati of Dhanusha district, we received another rescue call from Dhanushadham about 13 km from the first rescue site, after the quick rescue we rashed to other site within no time, unfortunately our rescue vehicle was failed to reach destination as struck in between for
Rescued Krait when demonstrated to DPF officials from Dhanushadham.
Faith of A Speechless creature among Human beings. Killed Cat Snake
engine work, though we hired a taxi and reached the spot, some of the peoples hitted the Cat snake as they thought it was viper. After our teams awareness from the site, they understood their mistake and apologized for their misbehave towards to that speechless creature.
Interaction Program with local communities for the conservation of DPF in all the twelve residential wards of Buffer Zone was started and in last two days we have covered two residential wards of twelve; Dharampur and Mangalpur. Inaugural Interaction program was held at Dharampur and all the residential were showing an complete positive attitude for the protection and development of DPF and Dhanusham. Function was inaugurated by DPF Forest Ranger Mr. Shankar Narayan Jha with his valuable words. Presided by Mr. Devnarayan Mandal, Chairman-MWT, in the presence of MWT team Mr Mavish Herp & Head- Wildlife Research, Mrs. Lintumol P.K- Scientific Officer, Mr. Suvin- Biologist, Mr Santhosh and Mukesh- Social mobilisers, guards of FD and villagers. As we are getting a positive result from all the residential wards , DPF was abandon because of lack of awareness and initiation program. Now as MWT and FD initiated all the programs for the protection of DPF, we can hope a better future for this dying youngest Protected Forest of Nepal.
Interaction Program at Dharampur- MWT Chairman explaining the importance of DPF and Environment
Interaction Program at Mangalpur.
DPF Forest RangerMr.Shankar Narayan Jah sharing his words with resident for the conservation of DPF.