Searching For Solution-Blue Bulls

VAT2019 N 170
SynopsisIn M.P. about 35 thousand Blue Bulls roaming in the fields are a nuisance for the farmers. To deal with this problem, the forest department wanted to catch the ""BlueBulls"" from fields and help the farmers. They involved the local villagers in the project; about 25 horse riders along with 100 villagers were trained to round off the ""BlueBulls"". Not only this, in a first, helicopter flying at low altitude was used to round-up the ""BlueBulls"" like it is done in South Africa. The fast running ""BlueBulls"" were successfully captured safely. All the captured animals were later released in the Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary.
Anil Yadav
Original Language
Madhya Pradesh
Director Bio
Anil Yadav is a journalist with strong moral ethics and social commitment. His reporting is focused on Social Change & Development, Environment and Wild Life. He has authored two books. One on Traditional water harvesting and conservation systems, published in 1997 and the other on the complete ecological system of Banyan tree, published in 2006 by Bio Diversity board of Madhya Pradesh.

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