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INDIAN HORNBILL NEST ADOPTION PROGRAM

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Hornbill nest adoption program

THE INDIAN HORNBILL NEST ADOPTION PROGRAM (Nature Conservation Foundation - India)

Status:
Depends on the type of Hornbill - from Critically Endangered to Least Concern.

Hornbills are exotic birds found in tropical areas of Africia, Asia and one species in Papua New Guinea. They have long, down-curved bills which are usually brightly-colored. Hornbills nest in the cavities of trees. They are an important part of local folklore and traditions in Arunachal Pradesh, a state of Northeast India.

Major Threats:
A number of species of hornbills are threatened with extinction because of: hunting for meat and body parts and habitat degradation (deforestation and cutting of nest and roost trees).

Your support will help:

  • adopt hornbill nests to help local villagers in their efforts to conserve hornbills
  • collect ecological information on hornbills for research and conservation
  • monitor and protect long-term hornbill populations

Project Location:
Pakke Wildlife Sanctuary & Tiger Reserve in the state of Arunachal Pradesh, India. 

Help urban and local people join hands to protect hornbill homes!

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