Nagas Provide Safe Passage For India’s Greatest Migration!
In a spectacular turnaround, the scene of last year’s mass killings of Amur Falcons in Nagaland in India’s Northeast revealed a peaceful haven for tens of thousands of the very same birds, congregating in a stopover during their annual migration through the state.
Every day, tens of thousands of falcons gather along the banks of the Doyang reservoir in Wokha district of Nagaland in a spectacle that can only been seen to be believed! These are probably the largest numbers of migratory raptors (birds of prey) in the world and they climax in mind-boggling numbers along the reservoir. Before and after this ‘bottleneck’ these birds are never seen in these numbers.
Read the full story of this conservation success on Conservation India!