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The Birds are Back: Ecotourism and Conservation in Mangalajodi

Black Tailed Godwits

We feature two articles here, both relating to how bird conservation in a relatively unknown area of Mangalajodi on Chilika lagoon in the Eastern Indian state of Orissa is being enabled through community participation and eco-tourism. Chilika lake, along the Bay of Bengal is India’s largest inland lake and Asia’s largest saltwater lagoon. Though recognised under the […]

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August 10th, 2010 | Posted in Animals/Wildlife,Behaviour Change,Green Tourism | Read More »

Eco trip to Tanjung Sutera

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Tanjung Sutera is not exactly a place that pops into people’s mind when you talk of a trip to Malaysia. It lies at an almost forgotten end of a vast palm oil plantation, on the eastern coast of Johor, Malaysia. Perhaps that is why it still retains its rustic charm with many wonders to discover. […]

March 18th, 2009 | Posted in Green Tourism | Read More »

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