The forest Minister Parimal Suklabaidya inaugurates the 7th Wildlife Week program at Assam State Zoo today.
Wildlife Week will be held in the state from October 2 to October 6.
The Forest Department celebrates the first day as Elephant Day in keeping with Wildlife Week.
Flagged off the celebrations for the 67th Wildlife Week at Assam State Zoo for this year starting today.— Parimal Suklabaidya (@ParimalSuklaba1) October 2, 2021
The enthusiasm amongst the participants especially the children reiterated the fact of growing awareness amongst the younger generations for nature & wildlife conservation. pic.twitter.com/zXlHCAVRHd
On the occasion of Wildlife Week, the forest Minister announced that the zoo will open for visitors from today.
Forest Minister Parimal Suklabaidya Vaidya inaugurates the ceremony by feeding the elephant banana and sugarcane at State Zoo.
The newly renovated Ecological Museum of @assamzoo consists of large numbers of taxidermy models,dry skeletal samples & wet bottled specimens of many rare & interesting mammals,reptiles,etc. of Assam & NE region. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/OUoKJLv1Di— Parimal Suklabaidya (@ParimalSuklaba1) October 2, 2021
A procession on the occasion of Wildlife Week was also taken out from the State Zoo to Jonali where forest Minister Parimal Shukalya Vaidya took part.