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Capturing Wildlife

DNJAI80189 | 9/13/2017 | Author : Yukti Sharma | WC :224



 

 Taking a step towards promoting conservation of environment and wildlife, Nature Club of Rajasthan is organising a wildlife photography competition, ‘Dr Suraj Ziddi Wildlife Photography state competition’, divided into two categories, birds and animals. Interested candidates are sending their entries to meet the dead line of September 25.
The club aims to take this competition ahead in the coming years, shares Dr Rituraj, secretary of the club, “We have started this competition this year only in the memory of Dr Suraj Ziddi, who was a famous environmentalist and passed away two months back. We plan to make it a bigger competition in the coming years. We will keep `11,000 as first prize for next two years and for the t
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