Bihar: Three-day state bird festival to be held in Jamui district from January 15

A three-day state bird festival called ‘Kalrav’ will be organized from January 15 in the Jamui district of Bihar to create awareness about birds especially migratory birds.

An official said that the first State Bird Festival will be held from January 15 to 17 at Nagi-Nakti Bird Sanctuaries in the Jamui district as migratory birds visit the sanctuary in large numbers during this season.

The main event will be held at Nagi Bird Sanctuary while some other programs and activities will be organized at Nakti Bird Sanctuary, located about 5-6 km from Nagi Sanctuary.

Deepak Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary, Department of Environment, Forest and Climate Change said that this is the first time that a three-day State Bird Festival will be organized in the state. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will inaugurate the State Bird Festival, which will also be attended by the Minister of the department and Deputy Chief Minister Tarakishore Prasad and other dignitaries.

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