An earthworm has five pairs of heart-like organs that pump blood throughout its body?
A porcupine has teeth that never stop growing?
Both the world’s tallest and smallest cranes, the Sarus and Demoiselle crane species are found in India?
Want to know more? Let our nature experts help YOU discover more of Nature’s fascinating secrets! Get your feet muddy, your hands dirty and your lenses ready for WWF-India’s all new nature experiences! You can go on nature trails, bird watching treks, photography walks, trips to wildlife parks, cool conservationist workshops - all with the best minds at WWF and in the field.
Birding sessions, Tree walks, Monsoon walks, frog fests, trips to wildlife parks, turtle releases, jungle safaris and lots more!
Spark Something New in You!
The Young Birders Forum (YBF) is a unique network of budding bird enthusiasts for the age group of 6-18 Years across India. The YBF Participants interest in birds and nature, which we at WWF-India, help cultivate through birding trips, trails and discussions with our experts and guides. We believe that this awareness and the platform provided through the forum will motivate these young minds to find solutions as individuals and as a community and live as true naturalists.
1. All you have to do is buy the YBF manual and you get registered in the YBF group/community.
We are giving a YBF Manual book called “What was Flying By” for Rs 299/-
A really interesting book for the children which has everything you need to know how to spot birds in your backyards and beyond.
The book also briefs a beginner about how to get started in Bird Watching. In this Book you will learn ways how anyone can get started in Bird Watching and become how you can become a birder by following the certain rules and ethics of Birding.
Isn’t this Book Amazing?
2. Get a chance to get yourself featured with YBF’s Newsletters:
3. What could you do as a YBF participant:
4. Every month get a chance to get featured on our Page:
5. Learn to Be a Mentor
To know more:
Tel: +011- 41504790