Chandigarh, September 25
Haryana’s first butterfly survey in Khol block in Rewari district will likely be performed by Forest and Wildlife Division on September 27, it was introduced on Saturday.
Within the survey, the range of butterflies will likely be assessed within the Aravalli area. The survey will likely be performed in Khol block comprising 10 villages having a steady stretch of hillocks particularly Palra, Ahhrod, Bassduda, Khol, Manethi, Bhalki, Majra, Nandha, Balwari, and Khaleta have concerning the 1,000-hectare space.
The end result of the survey will assist to chalk out a administration technique for the conservation of butterflies and moths, an official assertion stated.
This may even kind the premise for observing the influence of habitat disturbance and local weather change on the ecology of the area.
The survey will likely be undertaken with the help of nature lovers, voluntary companies, and volunteers underneath the steering of specialists.