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World Biodiversity Day at Nagaon

The International Day of Biological Diversity was observed by Green Guard Nature Organization at the Chapanala Higher Secondary School, Nagaon on Monday. The interactive awareness programme was addressed by   Subhasish Das, DFO, Nagaon,   Khagen Bhuyan, Range Officer Salonah,   Parul Gayan, Principal of the host school,  Jahira Begum, teacher and multiple award winning rescue specialist Dulu Bora, who provided a riveting account of his experiences with wildlife in the vicinity of the Karbi foothills. An audio-visual presentation by Green Guard Secretary General focused on emerging conservation challenges and man-animal conflict management. A photo exhibition was also organized to acquaint the students with the biodiversity of the areas adjacent to the Swang R.F. Several prominent citizens of the area, forest personnel including  Pranab Bora, Beat Officer, Salonah,   Tankeswar Deka, B.O. Chapanala, teachers and students of Chapanala Higher Secondary School and Chapanala ME School attended the programme. Green Guard members Uttam K. Sangma, Raju Bora, Manash JT, and Gaurab Talukdar helped conduct the programme.

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