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Eco Buddies to aid your trail around nature

DNMUM311230 | 7/20/2014 | Author : Prashasti Satyanand Shetty | WC :435 | Nature & Environment



Vashi: The young trio Viral Patel, Atul Ambavat and Shilpi Gemawat have taken the initiative to spread awareness about the biodiversity around the city. Their love for nature has encouraged them to carry out nature trail activities under the label Eco Buddies.
Monsoon happens to be the most favourable time to look out for the greens and the creatures that venture out. The pleasant weather just works like a bonus. On a rainy weekend, this seems like the most preferred getaway. For those who have an inclination towards nature, such outdoor activities can give a first hand information and also practical knowledge about the species found in specific areas.
There are places around the city that could be visited to see the varied flora
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