In addition to Safari Park Ranger Vineet Saxena, Biologist RB Uttam, Secretary-General of Wildlife Society Society for Conservation of Nature, Dr. Rajeev Chauhan inspected the birds in the water wadi area today. The Safari administration has formed four service teams which have been kept in charge of monitoring the parties.
Employees have also been put on alert. In the event of any bird becoming ill, it has been asked to provide immediate information. Wildlife is mainly kept in safari but birds of one hundred and fifty species also continue to come. They are being fully protected.
In Kanpur, vigilance has been increased after birds get sick. The birds coming here are being monitored thoroughly. There are also a large number of peacock and sparrow birds in safari. Doctors and other health workers are also monitoring the health of birds.
Safari’s Ranger Vineet Saxena said that the surveillance of all the Talabos inside the Safari has been increased because this is the process of the arrival of the parties.