Saturday, July 28, 2007

AHF Project: Sukla Phanta Wildlife Reserve

Sukla Phanta Wildlife Reserve in southwest Nepal is a precious haven for 386 species of birds, unique flora, elephant, rhino, antelopes, tiger, leopard and wild boar. Except during monsoon, the scarcity of water is a threat to all these wild creatures. For the last six years, AHF has partnered with Peter Byrne and the International Wildlife Conservation Society to rehabilitate and create ten water sources in this 200,000-acre reserve. Animals are now less restricted in their gathering places and have water year-round.

To read more about Sukla Phanta Wildlife Reserve, Click here!


chapman21 said...

Hello there my care2 friend!

I am so glad I found you! How are you feeling now???

You are doing great!!! I love what you are posting!

Hugs, Donna C

Bella said...

A very worthy cause!

Laloofah said...

Hey, Donna!! Thanks so much for stopping by! What a fun surprise and great morale booster it is to see you! :-)
I'm feeling better now than I was this afternoon! We'll see how long that lasts, LOL
I'm glad you like my posts, and am so glad you took the time to say hi! It means a lot! xoxo