Saturday, March 31, 2012

Save a grassland!!

Hessarghatta has been one of the favourite photography spots for most Bangalore photographers, so wast is the number of Migratory birds here, especially raptors that photographers from nearby states visit this place.
This is where i have photographed all those lovely raptor images and the on below that you have liked.
Sadly this place is under threat from our government. They want to set up a Theme Park or a Film City here.

Please sign the online petition below to save this wonderful habitat!!

Eurasian Marsh Harrier

Please sign this online petition to save this wonderful grassland!!
http://www.change.org/petitions/the-chief-minister-vidhana-soudha-bangalore-stop-the-development-of-a-theme-park-on-the-grassland-near-hesaraghatta?utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=share_petition&utm_term=friends_wall
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19 comments:

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    1. Thanks Abhinav, hope youve signed the petition... :)

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  2. a beautiful capture. i do hope your native grassland can be preserved.

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  3. I've shared it on my blog too. Linked back to you.

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  4. Superbly detailed image Angad. I have signed the petition .... hope it helps.

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  5. Signed the petition and shared your blog entry, and the petition on my little blog as well ... let's hope for a happy ending :)

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  6. Finalised the case and distributed your site entrance, and the case on my little web log as well ... let's wish for a happy conclusion :)

    Engagement Photographer

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  7. Hi all,

    I just came to your post and reading above thing it is very impressive me and it is very nice blog.Thanks a lot for sharing this.

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  8. Excellent photography!

    btw. i have signed the petition.

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  9. Hi Angad, I've posted the pic of a bird whose name I dont know. Do you happen to identify it?

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    1. Looks like a Nilgiri Flycather there.. :) Left a comment on the post as well...

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Comment and critique appreciated!