In Madhya Pradesh, The winter wildlife census has started in Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, famous for tigers. Vegetarians, non-vegetarians and vultures will be counted in this. For this work, around 500 personnel have been deployed in 139 beats of Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. This data will be saved from The app. Safari timings have also been changed during The calculations.
According to The information, The non-vegetarian wild animals will be counted from January 20 to January 22 and The vegetarian wild animals will be counted from January 23 to 25 and vultures will be counted one day. This time’s census is considered important because The number of tigers has increased. Around 500 personnel of Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve will do The enumeration. About 50 trainee forest guard and forester level employees of The Forest Department of Bihar will also cooperate in The calculation.
calculation will be like this
To count carnivorous wild animals, employees will have to roam five kilometers in The forest and collect evidence with pug marks and signs in The app and to count vegetarian wild animals, they will have to roam in The transit line. Along with this, photographs of wild animals will have to be taken and after that a vulture count will be done one day.
Safari Timings Changed
Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve has changed The timing of morning tourism safari for three days for winter wildlife assessment. From January 20 to January 22, there will be a safari from 7:30 to 11:30. Sudhir Mishra, assistant director of Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, told that winter wildlife assessment will be done and data will be collected in The app. After The calculation, The team of Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve will analyze The data. After that The data will be sent to SFRI.