Comb Duck and ducklings released
Every year during monsoon, we receive a lot of migratory birds with their babies. They often enter the locality for food and shelter, where they face a significant threat from community strays. Residents or various rescue teams often bring them to us, where we keep them until the babies are a little grownup. We take care of their health, nutrition, and habitat during their stay at our facility. Once they are ready, we release them back to the wild.
On 30th August, we released a mother Whistling Duck with her ducklings, a mother Comb Duck with her ducklings, and a Short-toed Snake Eagle into the wild. To experience their joy, check the video links on our social media pages.
We thank you all for helping us save these beautiful creations of mother nature.
Mother comb duck released
Happy mother comb duck with her ducklings
short toed snake eagle released after recovery
short toed snake eagle released in wild
short toed snake eagle released
whistling duck release
mother whistling duck released with her babies