PFA UTTAR DINAJPUR - Rescued Operations
PFA Uttar Dinajpur rescued two cobras, one eagle, and one wild cat from Raiganj. [Image Gallery]
PFA Uttar Dinajpur - Rescued 3 spectacled cobras, an eagle and a wild cat
PFA Uttar Dinajpur Team successfully rescued three spectacled cobras, one eagle and one wild cat from various places of Raiganj. Two Cobras which were found in a poultry farm were rescued from Bogram village and one cobra from a villager's house at Abdulghata. We have released the snakes in jungle, far away from human habitat. We also rescued a wild cat from a TV Reporter Himangshu Das's house at Birnagar, Raiganj. The wild cat was rescued, almost dead. We treated it with the help of a vet. surgeon Dr Subhas Choudhury but it ultimately succumbed to its injury. The eagle was rescued from Sudarsanpur. It has got an injury in one of its wings. It is being treated by us in our temporary shelter. It is now better than before. The media have covered the news. [Image Gallery]
PFA Uttar Dinajpur - Rescued 25 baby spectacled cobras
PFA Dinajpur have rescued 25 baby spectacled cobras from a house's bedroom at Kuchpukur village, near Raiganj, Uttar Dinajpur and one big spectacled cobra from Bogram village with the help of our members Mr Nibaran Debnath and Sohel Rana Sarkar. [Image Gallery]
PFA Uttar Dinajpur - Wolf Snake
This common wolf snake has been rescued by members of Uttar Dinajpur PFA from one's bedroom in Raiganj. If not rescued, the snake, though non-poisonous would have been killed. Released in an open place after rescue. [Image Gallery]
PFA Uttar Dinajpur - Rescued Owl
This owl has been rescued by the members of PFA from Debinagar, Raiganj in Uttar Dinajpur. After a check-up by the vet. surgeon, we handed over the owl to the Forest
department. [Image Gallery]
PFA Uttar Dinajpur - Campaign Against Animal Sacrifice
Last Updated on Friday, 31 August 2012 20:02
PFA Uttar Dinajpur launched a campaign against animal sacrifice. They distributed leaflets and posters and pasted them in and around the temples where animal-sacrifices are done. They persuaded the SDO of Raiganj Smt Aditi Dasgupta to sent a letter of request to the temple authority of Baira Kalimata to disallow animal-sacrifices at their premises. This was published in The Statesman on 25th October.[Image Gallery]
PFA Uttar Dinajpur- Rescued A Rare Snake
Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 June 2012 23:57
PFA member Nabonita Upadhyay, with the help of willing member Totan Das rescued a very rare specis of snake from Ghoshpukur Tea Garden area, near Siliguri. It was handed over to Islampur Forest Office and released in Sapnikla Forest, Islampur, Uttar Dinajpur. The snake is about 3.5 feet long and pink in colour, rarely found in West Bengal. Its name is unknown to us.
PFA Uttar Dinajpur - Organize Vivekananda Utsab
Last Updated on Monday, 18 June 2012 23:10
PFA Uttar Dinajpur came to know that the West Bengal Govt will provide fund for celebrating 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. We expect to get a fund of Rs one lakh for this celebration. We have already applied for this fund and have to keep pursuing . We will inform you if we really get the fund . That is why we took this initiative to orgaise Vivekananda Utsab or Mela with a view to get the fund and make a massive campaigning on PFA ideals on this occasion. [Image Gallery]
PFA Uttar Dinajpur- Treatment of Injured Bull
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 June 2012 00:43
A stray bull was injured by a passing lorry on National Highway 34. PFA members of Uttar Dinajpur went on the spot and arrenged for its treatment in a temporary shed with the help of the local people. It is still in our treatment. PFA Also rescued two monkey.
PFA Uttar Dinajpur - Seized Bamboo Spears
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 June 2012 00:26
On 29/04/12, PFA Uttar Dinajpur seized some bamboo spears that are used in killing birds from two poachers in Itahar. We also fed and treated an injured street dog near Raiganj Railway station with the help of our vet. surgeon. [Image Gallery]
PFA Uttarddinjaur - Rescued Owl
Last Updated on Thursday, 19 April 2012 01:07
PFA Uttarddinjaur - Rescued Owl
PFA Uttardinajpur - Rescued Two Gangetic Dolphins
Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 April 2013 01:32
PFA Uttardinajpur rescued two Gangetic dolphins from the shallow water of the Dock river, at Baldihata of Kishanganj, Bihar and released in Mahananda river at Thakurganj.
Both of the dolphins were female, measuring 2.5 meters and 2.8 meters respectively. There were thousands of curious people gathered at the river side to see the rescue work. Dr. Gopal Sharma, officer incharge, Gangetic Plains Regional Centre of Zoological Survey of India and Mr Subrata Paul Chowdhury, wildlife experts who actually made the plan how to rescue, were present during the operation. PFA Uttardinajpur members along with Mr Bhim Narayan Mitra, Nabonita Upadhyay, Mintu Das and other 10 PFA members were present. 20 fishermen were employed for this work and the dolphins were transported to Mahananda River 20 kms away in a truck with proper arrangement. According to the wildlife experts and the forest dept. officials the dolphin measuring 2.8 meters was the biggest to have ever rescued in India. However, all the PFA members pleased that we have at last been able to save the dolphins with Mrs. Maneka Gandhi interference and suitable instruction to the Divisional Forest Officers of Bihar and Bengal. [Image Gallery]
PFA Uttar Dinajpur- Resuce Operation
Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 March 2012 22:24
During the observation of the Wild Life Week in Islampur, a big Daras snake was rescued by PFA member Nabonita Upadhaya from Milanpally High School. A street dog that fell into a high drain was rescued and treated by PFA members Nabonita Upadhaya and Mr Sanjay Das in Islampur. A cow was abandoned by its owner as it one of its legs was amputated after an accident. The owner left it in vet. hospital. When we protested against it and threatened the owner to flle an F I R, he agreed to take it back. The cow is now in his possession and we are keeping a watch on it.
PFA Uttar Dinajpur - Resuce Report
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 March 2012 23:03
A very poisonous snake (Gokhura) was rescued in Islampur from a locality by PFA members Nabonita Upadhaya and Sanjay Das with the help of a snake catching expert. The Banya Pran Saptaha ( Wild Life Week) was organized by PFA Uttar Dinjapur with the help of Islapur Fortest Department from 20th Dec. -26th Dec.,2011. PFA members Ayub Ali, Nabonita Upadhaya, Sanjay Das and Mintu Das delivered short speeches on this occasion. Many school children too took part in this programme. A rally was taken out and leaflets containing Animal Protection laws were distributed among people.
PFA Uttardinajpur - Activities In Last Four Months
Last Updated on Saturday, 17 March 2012 00:03
Last Four Months Activities of PFA Uttardinajpur
A dove attacked by crows, was treated. After 2 to 3 days effort we have been able to find its parents and make its re-union with them. It was a very pleasant experience for us. The bird was rescued in a high school.
A severely wounded ox was treated by PFA members of Uttar Dinajpur with the help of vet. doctor.
PFA Uttar Dinjapur - Report
Last Updated on Friday, 16 March 2012 23:59
Another snake was rescued from a house by Goutam Tantia in September. The members of Uttar Dinajpur People For Animals treated a stray bull with broken horn.
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