Birds are God’s beautiful creations. However, they are on a severe verge of extinction. Nearly 16 species of birds are endangered in India. As a result, a severe biodiversity crisis exists rights now. Furthermore, recent finds point to the fact that approximately 3 billion breeding birds have gone missing.
“In the long-term trend assessment, there was appropriate data available only for 261 species, of which 52% had declined [in numbers]. For current trends, there was data only for 146 species, of which [numbers of] nearly 80% were declining,” says MD Madhusudan, Nature Conservation Foundation’s co-founder.
Observing the declining nature of birds like sparrows in India, WFN has works regularly towards rescuing birds. It is no surprise that increasing human population and urbanization has led to this consequence. For instance, WFN conducts lectures in several institutions to raise awareness as well as works on ground-level to rescue these endangered species. Hence, your donations will enable us work to save these birds from extinction.
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