Biodiversity and phenology study for restoration

South Bengal elephant corridors are fragmented with large scale anthropogenic pressures of agriculture and other land uses, destructive plantations in past of eucalyptus which has destroyed the make of the ecology and biodiversity, less shades, sparse

food bank for locals and animals, rising heat and threats of drought and drowning economy together with man-elephant conflict.

We at [#uttarayanwildlife]and [Rainmatter Foundation have taken up a herculean task to create a better ecosystem in the little possibilities thats left to address UN SDG 's of better biodiversity, food bank, poverty etc. The initial ecology survey of the land to have a scientific approach is our primary methodology. Miles to go…

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