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Early birds continues vaccination drive in wild life areas

The Early Birds, an organization for animal care recently conducted a free veterinary vaccination cum treatment camp around the Pobitora Wild Life sanctuary on 27th and 28th Oct'07. Altogether 487 cattle were covered in the villages of Kholabhuyan, a fringe area. Medicines worth Rs five thousand were also freely distributed. Three veterinary final year students Sri Rupam Bhattacharya, Sri Anil Deka and Joy Prakash Sharma took part while two life members Sri Mukul Talukdar and Sri Pulakesh talukdar coordinated and liaised with the forest department. Early Birds eco-club members from Mayong also assisted the team. The D.F.O (WL) and the R.F.O , Pabitora offered field support . These vaccination camp was the 27th at Pobitora in last 14 years and 109th for all the Wild Life areas of Assam and Meghalaya covered by Early Birds.

Kaushik Hazarika

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good news kaushik..... thank you

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