|Posted by lakhotanatureclub on February 6, 2012 at 1:05 AM||comments (1)|
Two members of LNC were went to attend a snake rescue call in Jamnagar on 2nd Feb, 2012.
There they show a snake with abnormal colors. later it was identified that, it was a Checkered Keelback snake, which is very common in Jamnagar. But its color was light yellow, which is not normal. We checked it properly. Its eyes were red(which is also abnormal for Checkered Keelback). So our members concluded that It was an Albino Checkered Keelback. Next day we checked on internet for some couple of hours for Albino Checkered Keelback. We found only 2-3 websites showing about that snake.
Albino type animals have complete or partial absence of pigments in skin. So they dont have their original colors.
Now this snake will be released in Forest by Lakhota Nature Club with help of Forest Department.
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|Posted by lakhotanatureclub on December 13, 2011 at 1:25 AM||comments (1)|
The Lakhota Nature Club has won the "Best Event, Large Population Category" award from Astronomical League. We were celebrated the Astronomy Day -2011 on 7th May, 2011.
|Posted by lakhotanatureclub on August 7, 2011 at 1:40 AM||comments (5)|
The club is doing this project for last 7 years. Some people cast off the idols of Goddess Dashama in the Lakhota Lake. The LNC provides facility to collect as many as idols direcly from people, and then cast off them in to the SEA. Our volunteers serve for a full night on this occassion. This year, on 8th August- 2011, about 4 tractors of idols were collected and were cast off in to the sea at morning.
|Posted by lakhotanatureclub on July 25, 2011 at 2:40 PM||comments (1)|
The rescued snake are kept at aquarium untill it is released in forest. During that, a Cobra snake gave 15 eggs on 6th May, 2011. It was kept with natural environment. After 62 days, 15 babby cobras were born.
All of them were released in forest with help of Forest Department.
|Posted by lakhotanatureclub on July 25, 2011 at 2:35 PM||comments (2)|
A member of LNC was called for snake rescue on 22nd June, 2011. When he reached there he found an unknown snake. Later, our members identified the snake. It was Streaked Kukri snake of Kukri Spieces.
This snake is very rare in Jamnagar. It is first time seen in Jamnagar. Before this, the club has also found a rare snake that is "Albino Kukri". The albino kukri is very rare. It was then released in forest.