Celebration of “Wildlife Week, 2017”,

Chandigarh, 21st Sept, 2017: In the series of Celebration of “Wildlife Week, 2017”, the Department of Forests & Wildlife, Chandigarh Administration is organizing following events to sensitize the masses for the protection and conservation of wildlife and its habitat :-

Date/Time

Programme

02nd Oct, 2017 at 7.00 AM

Nature/ Wildlife Week Trek (Nepli to Kansal Loghut) in Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary

The “Nature and Wildlife Trek” inside Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary will be arranged by Department of Forests & Wildlife at 7.00 AM i.e. as per Calendar of Trekking available on website. The Nature and Wildlife Trek will be started from Nepli and culminated at Kansal Log Hut. The Nature/Wildlife Trek will be approximately 7.5 Km in length and passing through three Hillocks reaching a maximum height of 1500 feet. The participants of the trek were divided into groups of around 50-60 people.

Anybody can participate in this Trek and get it registered himself/ herself as per format & informationavailable on website of Chandigarh Administration i.e. http://chandigarh.gov.in/dept_ forest.htm. Any interested applicant who is willing to participate in the said event are requested to fill the prescribed form and then send it to the email id of Forests & Wildlife Department, UT Chandigarh i.e. forestchandigarh@gmail.com or the applicant can also submit the duly filled up prescribed form at the office of Department of Forests & Wildlife, UT Chandigarh, Paryavaran Bhawan (2nd Floor), Sector 19-B, Madhya Marg, Chandigarh during working hours before 28th September, 2017 upto 5.00 PM. The nomination shall be on First Come First Serve basis.
02nd Oct, 2017 at 8.00 AM

‘Walkathon for Wildlife Conservation’ at Sukhna Lake, Chandigarh.

A ‘Walkathon for Wildlife Conservation’ shall be conducted at 8.00 AM at Sukhna Lake, Chandigarh by the Forests & Wildlife Department,UT Chandigarh in collaboration with NGO – Yuvsatta, Chandigarh, as a part of Wildlife Week Celebrations in which large number of International and National students are likely to participate.

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