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To protect hornbills, Wokha Village Council adopts new guidelines

To protect hornbills, Wokha Village Council adopts new guidelines

The WVC added the measure after the detailed locating of Hornbill fowls at Mount Tiyi zone. The Council additionally engaged the overall population of Wokha town and neighbouring towns in the region to put forth cognizant attempts to save and ensure the verdure just as the birds. It further offered thanks to the branch of the forest department, Wokha division for "their endeavours and vision in restoring" the biodiversity at Mt Tiyi through endeavours like the ongoing estate of Rhododendron Arboreum (known as Supenthera in Lotha language). The committee and the division as of late attempted the joint activity at Mt Tiyi. 

 

The WVC, then, educated all nature lovers and mountain travellers to safeguard and ensure the Rhododendron blossoms which are very nearly annihilation "because of the wildness of individuals." The board reaffirmed its 2010 general goal "to save and secure flora and fauna" inside Wokha town ward and particularly the Mt Tiyi hold woods, and educated than anybody discovered evacuating recently planted saplings of Rhododendron and culling or breaking branches, "will be managed harshly and forced a fine measure of Rs 5,000."

 

 


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