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Season 1 | Episode 4 | Chit Chat Chirpies

A conversation with a WWF naturalist on how going on nature trails allow us to observe many wonders of nature

Episode Description

Birds can be seen everywhere, be it in cities, gardens, industrial zones and of course forests. Nature Trail can be a great way to observe nature but there are some rules to follow. This episode is about how to put on your curiosity hat and explore while on a nature trail. In conversation with the WWF Naturalist Caroline Pais are U. Ramya of std 8 of E/MZPHS Kankal school from Telangana & Rahul Yadav of Class 10 from GIC Laxmanjhula from Uttarakhand and Samarth Sheth a Podcaster on Sustainability.

For more information on our Nature Trails please visit : https://www.wwfindia.org/about_wwf/environmental_education/ecotrails/

Reach us on edu@wwfindia.net for any queries you may have or if you wish to share any explorations of yours. You could either write or send us your recorded voice with your experience of exploring your own surroundings.


Concept : Ms. Radhika Suri.

Children Sharing Their Experiences : U Ramya & Rahul Yadav

Coordination Admin : Team WWF-India – Ms. Sulagna Roy, Ms. Natasha Ballal, Ms. Annesha Lahiri, Ms. Chetna Singh Kaith.

Script : Ms. Neha Raghav & Samarth Sheth.

Editor of Recordings : Mr. Nimit Vaishnav

Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wwf-india/message

Idea Packs for Educators

Idea Bite 1: Go on a nature trail in your neighbourhood. Draw or photograph the insects, birds, small mammals, and plants you see. Create a picture gallery.
Fun link 1: https://www.watchme.co.nz/entertainment/wild-eyes-nature-missions-for-kiwi-kids/wild-eyes-neighbourhood-nature-map/
Idea Bite 2: Make a picture poster on ten birds found in your city. Are any of them migratory birds that visit in a particular season?
Fun link 2: https://www.early-bird.in/inter/p_birdsaroundhabitation.html
Idea Bite 3: Learn to mimic the calls of common birds.
Fun link 3: https://birdcount.in/getting-started-6-learning-bird-sounds/