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bird sanctuary:

see wildlife refugewildlife refuge,
haven or sanctuary for animals; an area of land or of land and water set aside and maintained, usually by government or private organization, for the preservation and protection of one or more species of wildlife. Types of Refuges

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Commenting on the same, Supertech Ltd Chairman RK Arora said, " The MoEF decision to notify certain areas as eco- sensitive zone around Okhla Bird Sanctuary is a welcome move.
For example, the AOC and others have offered "Bird Trek," a series of virtual field trips to the bird sanctuary at Lesser Slave Lake in Northern Alberta.
After receiving proposals for restricting eco zones around wildlife reserves to as little as 100 metres, as in the case of Okhla Bird Sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh, the Environment Ministry has now received proposals from the Andaman and Nicobar administration and Tamil Nadu government for not reserving any area for buffer ( or eco- sensitive) zone around their wildlife areas.
Dehradun, Dec 5 (ANI): With the onset of winter, exotic migratory birds from the Pacific region and European countries are making their way to the Assan Barrage Bird Sanctuary in Uttarakhand for their annual sojourn.
THIS swan probably feared his number was up as he's grabbed by a bird sanctuary helper.
A BIRD sanctuary has launched a public appeal to raise pounds 100,000 for a new visitor centre.
The eagle, who was released into the wild from a bird sanctuary, has also been snatching beach balls from terrified kids on the beach.
Much of Christmas Island is a bird sanctuary, and frigate birds, boobies, and sooty terns stalk the fishermen stalking the bonefish.
THE Okhla Bird Sanctuary is likely to be hit by another hurdle as the Okhla barrage is set to be drained by mid- March.
More than 50,000 birds flock to the Gharana bird sanctuary during the period from October to March every year.
Martin Mere bird sanctuary, in Burscough, houses up to 28,500 birds each winter, including Icelandic pink-feet geese, after they flee their icy breeding grounds for the Ribble estuary.
Visitors to a bird sanctuary will be urged to leave behind their own memento.