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Eaglenest Bird Fest from March 22

By The Assam Tribune

GUWAHATI, Feb 23 - Arunachal Pradesh is preparing to host a bird festival to promote tourism by giving a big push to wildlife conservation.

Arunachal Pradesh Art and Culture Eco-Tourism Society, which is dedicated to promote wildlife conservation, will hold the three-day festival from March 22 at Rupa and the Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary in West Kameng district, stated a press release.

According to the society�s organising secretary Kesang Khrimey, the event aims at conserving wildlife with a massive participation of the people, thereby promoting the tourism sector which provides livelihood to many in the State.

Interaction with wildlife experts and tourism entrepreneurs apart from heritage walk and seminars will be the salient features of the event, said Khrimey.

�We have already got confirmation of participation from experts in the field of nature conservation from the country and abroad, including Dr Anuj Jain of BirdLife Asia (Singapore), Paul Insua-Cao of Royal Society for Protection of Birds, the UK, and Director of the Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) Dr Deepak Apte,� she said.

Khrimey further stated that it would be an occasion for the people from various walks of life to share their views and ideas with the wildlife experts and the tourism entrepreneurs would have the same amount of benefit to boost their means of livelihood.

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Eaglenest Bird Fest from March 22

GUWAHATI, Feb 23 - Arunachal Pradesh is preparing to host a bird festival to promote tourism by giving a big push to wildlife conservation.

Arunachal Pradesh Art and Culture Eco-Tourism Society, which is dedicated to promote wildlife conservation, will hold the three-day festival from March 22 at Rupa and the Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary in West Kameng district, stated a press release.

According to the society�s organising secretary Kesang Khrimey, the event aims at conserving wildlife with a massive participation of the people, thereby promoting the tourism sector which provides livelihood to many in the State.

Interaction with wildlife experts and tourism entrepreneurs apart from heritage walk and seminars will be the salient features of the event, said Khrimey.

�We have already got confirmation of participation from experts in the field of nature conservation from the country and abroad, including Dr Anuj Jain of BirdLife Asia (Singapore), Paul Insua-Cao of Royal Society for Protection of Birds, the UK, and Director of the Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) Dr Deepak Apte,� she said.

Khrimey further stated that it would be an occasion for the people from various walks of life to share their views and ideas with the wildlife experts and the tourism entrepreneurs would have the same amount of benefit to boost their means of livelihood.

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