The PMV (Paryavarana Margadarsi Vaisakhi) introduce perception of a situation drive in a move to protect from harm houses sparrows almost not an appearance in portico and terrace spaces and on window shelf Nowadays, PMV (Paryavarana Margadarsi Vaisakhi) started an awareness programme on Sunday.
PMV aims at doing its bit to help bring back diminish gradually in size population of the bird species. According to its members they are working for the reason from the past seven years along with many NGOs.
On the other hand conducting awareness programmes in many colleges and schools, the organisation have as purpose to reach out to those who want to place bird feeders, food and water and nests at their houses and rope in those interested in the drive, expressed the members in PMV.
Bird feeders made of of biodegradable plastic, food and water cases, especially as a copy of something natural nets made with eco-friendly fibre and dried tender coconut shells were giving a share to green soldiers and children of Aradhana Home. S. Vijay Kumar, CMD of Vijay Nirman Company and president of PMV, the idea was to have more number of children in the confined to a particular area as it would help produce a positive result.
He expressed the people who were interested in placing nests and bird feeders at their homes can be in contact with members of the organisation.
G. Nageswara Rao Andhra University Vice-Chancellor expressed that rising pollution levels and fertilizers and other reasons also create threat to the survival of sparrows. And every single count taken towards saving the bird species counts, he expressed.
E.A.S. Sarma Former Union Energy Secretary told that his book ‘Will the sparrow ever return?’ can be access by visiting the website eassarma.in.
Rani Sarma Writer and environmentalist Ch. Manjulatha HoD of the Department of Zoology, Andhra University and Ramgopal social activist also expressed at the programme.