PECUC in Patha Utsav: Children Propagate Eco-tourism of Odisha

Bhubaneswar: Odisha is the land of famed forests, mountains, valleys, waterfalls, gorges, rivers, soaring peaks with stunning wildlife in their own natural habitats. The important wildlife in State are Elephants, Tigers, Leopards, Hyena, Sambar, Spotted Deer, Wild Boar, Giant Squirrel, Crocodile, Jungle Cats, Hornbills, many migratory birds etc. A total of 110 species of reptiles including three crocodilian species, 20 species of amphibians, 479 species of birds, 86 species of mammals have been recorded so far in the State. Eco-tourism means at enjoying and experiencing the nature without destroying its biodiversity. Keeping this in mind PECUC in today’s Patha Utsav celebrated Ecotourism of Odisha-the Soul of Incredible India. The children in PECUC’s space observe this day by giving awareness message about saving our specious forests, wildlife reserve and water resources along with its unique biodiversity. A quiz competition among the children organized to enhance their knowledge about our land. Children were very enthusiastic to participate in art, quiz and various cultural programme at PECUC’s Children Corner.

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