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Assambirds Benefited from RSPB's Binocular Scheme

Assambirds Benefited from RSPB's Binocular Scheme The pair of binoculars we have received from RSPB.
By Mithu Das   April 14, 2013Royal Society for the Protection of Birds or RSPB's second-hand binoculars scheme is helping educate people and protect many different species in developing countries since 1985. More than 12,000 pieces of optical equipment has been distributed by RSPB so far to at least 90 countries, including India.Mr. Sachin Ranade (left), BNHS Centre Manager of Vulture Conservation Breeding Centre at Rani in Assam, has delivered the pair of binoculars to us on behalf of Mr. Chris Bowden, at Guwahati.Our thanks to Mr. Chris Bowden, International Species Recovery Officer for RSPB and Asian Vulture Programme Director, who—after we told him how we're facing challenges to make a database for this blog site—sent this pair of binoculars to us.Leaflet produced by Vulture Conservation Breeding Centre, Rani, Assam