Heatwaves disturb wildlife in Punjab | Amritsar News

AMRITSAR: Intense heatwave this 12 months has is affecting the birds and animals who, like people beings, want shelter to guard themselves from searing warmth.
Gitanjali Kanwar, coordinator, World Broad Fund for Nature (WWF) stated that the sudden pre-heatwave which started in March this 12 months had adversely affected the breeding interval of birds which had, in some circumstances, led to the untimely loss of life of child birds.
March- April was the season of birds breeding, laying eggs, and hatching however on account of shortage of meals they have been dealing with difficulties.
There have been 4 protected areas within the area particularly Keshopur Chammb Group Reserve, Kathlour Wildlife Sanctuary, Ranjit Sagar Dam Conservation Reserve, unfold in areas of 850,1853 and 4650 acres respectively apart from River Beas Conservation Reserve which was unfold from Talwaa to Harike unfold the place varied species of animals together with sambar deer, hog deer, barking deer, wild boars, jackets wild cat, monitor lizard, peacocks, pangolins, leopards, and many others have been discovered, stated district forest officer Rajesh Mahajan .
Stating that there had not been any main incident of casualty of birds or animals on account of heatwave, he stated the wild animal was sturdy and themselves discover shelter or water assets throughout an intense heatwave.



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