A beautiful red-wattled lapwing frolics around atBhuj, Gujarat. Belonging to the family Charadriidae, this bird is characteristic for its loud and piercing alarm calls. They usually are seen in pairs or in small groups close to the water, thus classified as ‘waders.’

A resident breeder in the Indian subcontinent, Africa, and the Middle East, the Laughing Dove is a small long-tailed dove with a chequered necklace, distinguishing it quite easily from other doves.

Removing intrusive remnants is crucial in proper care and maintenance of our wetlands. We begin our work on the Restoration of the PerungulatturLake of Chennai.

Flamingoes feeding at the Pallikaranai Marshland, Chennai

Care Earth initiates a street play, in community mobilization efforts for the restoration of Perangalathur Lake.

Video Report: Why do our wetlands matter? A visual documentation of restoration efforts of Perungalathur Lake

Video Report: Celebrate the functions and benefits of our soils. #WorldSoilDay #Dec5

Video Report: How to celebrate an eco-friendly Diwali

Video Report: A report on the reality of climate change on #WorldEnvironmentHealthDay.

Video Report: A report on the detrimental effects of plastic for #WorldCleanupDay