Nagi and Nakti bird sanctuaries designated ‘Ramsar Sites’ taking country’s recognised wetlands tally to 82

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on June 5, 2024
India designated Nagi and Nakti bird sanctuaries in the Jhajha forest range of Jamui district, Bihar, as new Ramsar Sites on World Environment Day. These man-made reservoirs play vital roles in the hydrological cycle, supporting various bird species and aquatic life. The designation highlights India's commitment to wetlands...

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