Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Nehru Zoological Park

Air quality improves in Hyderabad

Levels of particulate matters PM2.5 and PM10 reduce significantly during night curfew, subsequent lockdown in city

Female giraffe Bubbly dies in Hyderabad Zoo

According to reports, Bubbly had sleeplessness and lost appetite for the last one week and was on medication.

Ostrich at Nehru Zoo adopted for a year

VVL Subhadra Devi, the curator of Nehru Zoological Park thanked Rao for his contribution of Rs 50,000 and informed that it will take care of the Ostrich for one whole year.

Peacocks in Hyderabad’s LB Nagar to have a new home

IT Minister KT Rama Rao intervened and asked Forest officials to shift the peacocks to a safer place.

Jungle cats rescued from Kadthal in Rangareddy district

The two cats are in good health and have been kept in observation at Hyderabad zoo and will be released later as per the orders of the Chief Wildlife Warden

Hyderabad zoo hosts poster exhibition on Mouse Deer

Poster exhibition on Mouse Deer conducted as part of 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' programme

Asiatic lioness, crocodile adopted at Nehru zoo

Tina Naveen Jain adopted the Asiatic lioness named Devasena for a period of three months making a payment of Rs 25,000.

Eight lions in Hyderabad Zoo test positive for Covid

The samples of eight lions including four females were sent for analysis after the zoo staff noticed that they developed symptoms like nasal discharge, cough and loss of appetite.

Telangana: Zoos, national parks and sanctuaries closed for visitors

Nehru Zoological Park-Hyderabad, Kakatiya Zoological Park-Warangal, Kawal and Amrabad Tiger Reserves and other national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in the State will remain closed for visitors from May 2

World Earth Day celebrated at Hyderabad zoo

Zoo Curator Subhadra Devi said that the visitors should be environment conscious and help the zoo in keeping it always clean and plastic free

Hyderabad: International Day of Forests celebrated at Nehru Zoo

This year, the theme of International Day of Forests is "Forest restoration: a path to recovery and well-being"

Hyderabad: Bird watchers visit Nehru Zoo

Zoo curator, VVL Subhadra Devi, briefed them about the bird watching etiquette and the team members identified around 90 bird species including grey-bellied cuckoo and Asian brown flycatcher

Army veteran adopts Asiatic Lion at Hyderabad Nehru Zoo

Krishna Murthy paid a sum of Rs 15,000 to the zoological park for adoption of the big cat for a period of 54 days

88 species spotted by bird watchers at Hyderabad Zoo

These birds included rare ones such as Red Breasted Flycatcher, Hair Crested Drongo and Forest Wagtail.

Hyderabad: Macaw at Nehru Zoological Park adopted

The animal lover, who was visiting the place along with his family, paid Rs 7,500 in favour of zoological park's curator, for the same

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