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Mumbai got me interested in wildlife

DNMUM381154 | 1/12/2017 | Author : Anagha Sawant | WC :98

I am MUMBAI

Yogesh Panhale, 25, wildlife enthusiast
South Mumbai houses a lot of rare species of birds and animals, especially near Raj Bhavan. I like to visit Walkeshwar to capture grey hornbills and peacocks on my camera. It is a sight to behold. Other interesting spots in the city include the Sewri Fort and the Maharashtra Nature Park, to name a few.
Many people living in the city are not aware about how to rescue injured birds and animals. It motivated me to study and spread awareness about the issue. A majority of the rescue operations happen during the festive season.




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