Save the innocent Sparrow Birds

by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds

Project Report | Jun 6, 2023
Eco Friendly Sparrow House & Feeder Setup

By Team | RSKS India

Dear Patron !

RSKS India family wishes you a Happy Environment Day.....

Construction of new concrete walls is happening every day in this world which is hence destroying the habitat of many living beings. This is leading to decrease in the number of flora and fauna species. One of this effect can easily be seen on the decrease in the population of innocent sweet chirruping sparrow birds. These concrete walls have destroyed the house of these sparrow birds. The continuous decrease in the number of sparrow birds would lead to the extinction of these species. So preservation of these innocent birds must be done and awareness should be done with people to save sparrow birds.

RSKS India is running its Save The Innocent Sparrow Birds Project under which this month, RSKS India team members went to a school and installed 30 eco-friendly sparrow bird houses and bird feeders at different places at the school. The children and the teachers of the school also participated in the installation work and then RSKS India team members told them the benefits of these eco-friendly bird houses and bird feeders for increasing the population of the innocent sparrow birds. These bird feeders would be always filled by the RSKS India team members so that the sparrow birds could be comfortable living in the eco-friendly bird houses.

This humanitarian work of RSKS India team members was being appreciated by whole school administration and many teachers also asked to get these type of eco-friendly bird houses for themselves so that they could also install them at their courtyard. These eco-friendly bird houses at the school premises would be home to many innocent sparrow birds and would make the children bird lovers as the sweet chirruping voice of sparrow birds makes mind more peaceful. The population of the sparrow birds can be seen increasing as sparrow birds came in the sparrow houses and gave birth to their children. Now these innocent birds have their houses to live and food to eat from the feeder.

Many Thank You Again!!

We would love to hear your feedback, comments & Suggestion on our program. Please reach out to us at
admin@rsksindia.ngo


Thank you !!

Team RSKS India
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Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan

Location: Ajmer, India, Rajasthan - India
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Twitter: @RSKSINDIA
Project Leader:
Dr-Deepak Sharma
CEO
Ajmer , Rajasthan India
$9,926 raised of $11,000 goal
 
277 donations
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