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Get Ready India! The unforgettable birdlife photography exhibition is here.

Mark your calendars for 5th-7th January 2021.

A virtual platform to connect birdlife enthusiasts’ photographers from India to showcase their talent across the world.

The main objective of this photography exhibition cum contest is to aware an audience about the conservation of wildlife with special emphasis on birdlife and its critical habitat.

Every photograph has a story to tell, so break out your storytelling skills from that snap. This platform will give a chance to bird lovers to tell their stories of work uniquely.

Whether you are an amateur or a professional, only practice makes us all perfect!

It’s time to use your birding abilities to find the perfect bird that fits the exhibition theme. Once you achieve your goal, photography skills will determine that you are the winner!

So, Go! Go! Go! here’s an opportunity to glow.

Theme: “Beak and wings regenerate nature for a better tomorrow”

Beak and Wings
regenerate nature for a better tomorrow!

What should you do to make birds happy?

Food & Nest! Bread crumbs, nuts, seeds in a beautiful nest is all they want! Build a birdhouse for them to chirp around and have fun, if you got some trail mix you don’t want anymore, birds would love you. Don’t forget to keep to water arrangements as no bird will like a dry party.

Birds have always held a special place in our hearts, which is why we celebrate them on National Bird Day every January 5. They have helped to shape the plant life we see around us. They spread seeds, pollinate plants, control pests, reduce weeds, indicate environmental hazards, fertilize the soil, and do much more. So, it’s more important than ever to raise public awareness of the needs of birds.

Why conserve bird habitat?

Why Participate?

It’s Green and saves the birds!

Birds are often considered living links to the past. They’re often keystone species in the ecosystems, signifiers of its health and vitality. But, as we continue to deforest large swaths of the planet for development, they are losing their habitat every day and it’s unfortunate that most birds are either endangered or protected due to illegal pet trade.

This exhibition will help people to know more about the bird’s habitat and create awareness about their conservation. It will take a lot of effort though but participation with a professional stand allows you to make contact with dozens of people.