Monday 10 December 2018
Home      All news      Contact us     
wn.com - 20 days ago

AP Photos: Northeastern India falcon hunters turn protectors

The 8,000 residents of a remote tribal village in northeastern India are busy hosting millions of migratory Amur falcons from Siberia who roost by a massive reservoir before taking off for their final destinations — Somalia, Kenya and South Africa — traversing up to 22,000 kilometers (13,670 miles). Surrounded by hills, the reservoir and a hydroelectric dam, Pangti village inhabited by Lotha Naga tribespeople became notorious in 2012 for killing...

Related news

Latest News
Hashtags:   

Photos

 | 

Northeastern

 | 

India

 | 

falcon

 | 

hunters

 | 

protectors

 | 
Most Popular (6 hours)

Most Popular (24 hours)

Most Popular (a week)

Sources