This year the theme of World Migratory Bird Day is 

Dolphin Survey at the River Subansiri

For last three years Green Heritage has been conducting Dolphin Survey at the Subansiri River.Last year also Green Heritage carried out a two day survey on January 28 & 29.The program was supported by the Assam Science Technology & Environment council (ASTEC),The survey team recorded 20 river dolphin in six different places of the river, spread over a distance of 100 Kms.
Green Heritage also conducted an awareness campaign among the riverside dwellers by distributing pamphlets entitled-"LETS CONSERVE RIVER DOLPHINS".
Green Heritage Demanded that the entire area covering Khabalu - Ghagarmukh in Lakhimpur district be declared as  dolphin sanctuary.     

World Bird Migratory Bird Day observed by Green Heritage
World Migratory Bird Day is a two day event annually held on the 2nd weekend of May every year.The aim of world migratory bird day is to high lite the need to protect migratory birds and their habitats.This year theme of world migratory bird day is " ENERGY-MAKE IT BIRD-FRIENDLY!'' 
In Lakhimpur also Green Heritage with Ranganadi Prakrati Suraksha Samatee has observed World Migratory Bird Day with a few nature lovers and students at Satajan Wetland on 10th May.         
Nature lovers and students participated in World Migratory Bird Day at Satajan Wetland.

Posters distributed by Agri. Scientist and  Secy.General of "GREEN HERITAGE" Dr.Probal Saikia to the teachers participated from the different parts of Lakhimpur District. 

GREEN HERITAGE has distributed bird stickers to the students participated.

Students watching birds at Satajan Wetland 

A folk of Whistling teal at Satajan Wetland

Participatory Approaches to the Agro biodiversity Conservation in Assam

Assam Agricultural University (AAU) in collaboration with Wageningen International,

(WI) The Netherlands organized a district level Diversity Fair in association with GREEN HERITAGE at Gagaldubi under Boginodi block of Lakhimpur

High Court virdict in favour of Nature lovers of Lakhimpur  
Satajan Wetland is known for the large presence of the migratory and residential birds, located about 8 km in the junction of National Highway-52 and the Dejoo-kimin road.For last few years there has been a bone contention between a group of fishery enterpreneurs and the local nature loving people.A case was filed at the Guwahati High Court over the dispute. 
 Satajan Wetland
It may be recolled that "GREEN HERITAGE" has been campaigning for the preservation of the Satajan Wetland and it’s promotion to a reserved bird Sanctuary over the last eight years with active support from the local villagers.Ultimately the virdict of Guwahati High Court goes in favour of nature lovers of this region.Vide notification Memo No.690-595/PIL Dtd 24-02-2010 Hon’ble Court ordered the concerned authority of State Government to take a decision with regard to constitution of Bird Sanctuary/Community Reserve in the water body
Bird watching programme on the eve of National Bird Day on 12 November  
 Stajan Wetland and Green Heritage

The Satajan Wetland (Beel), a unique habitat of aquatic flora and fauna. The area of the wetland is 34 acres out of which 21 acres of land under NF Railway. Besides three species of endangered turtles, Green Heritage, has recorded as many as 34 species of residential and 13 species of long distance and altitude migratory birds and more than twenty five species of fish fauna in the wetland during 2007-08 . The bird survey is conducted every year under Asian Water Bird Census of Indian Bird onservation Network, Bombay Natural History Society. The Satajan Wetland is known as the breeding ground of lesser and Large Whistling Teal, White Breasted Water Hen, Bronze Winged Jacana.Satajan Wetland is also the nesting ground of Indian Purple moorhen and coots over the years and the visiting site of the endangered white eyed pochard, a migratory bird comes from the Siberian Pacific belt. Large number of students, researchers and Nature lovers of the country used to visit the wetland during the winter season each year for Ecological and Biodiversity study. Regular Bird watching programmes used to organize by Green Heritage where basic training has been provided to students and local people regarding bird identification. 

World Wetland Day observed at Satajan Wetland

Green Heritage Celebrates World Wetland Day on 2nd February and National Bird Day on 12 November each year to create awareness among common people on wetlands conservation. Green Heritage has drawn the attention of the national and international organizations and Scientist for the cause of Satajan.

Darter Anhinga melanogaster at Satajan Wetland.

The disturbances caused by the fishermen, are gradually destroying the natural habitat of many bird species. If urgent steps are not taken by concerned authority to protect and conserve the wetland , the area will soon become degraded and in the process a great diversity of fauna will be lost.