Published On : Thu, Oct 6th, 2016

Wild Capture prepares ‘Tadoba’ Mobile App

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Nagpur: Wild Capture, an Environmental and Wildlife Organization has created ‘Tadoba’ Mobile App. This app is said to be an invaluable gift to the tourists visiting Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) and will definitely prove helpful for the development of Tadoba Tourism, opined Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, Wildlife Department of Maharashtra State Bhagwan during the inaugural function of Wildlife Week held recently.

wild-capture-prepares-2The Tadoba Mobile App was dedicated to public during the inaugural function of Wildlife Week held at Forest Hall located at Seminary Hills, Nagpur. Forest Force Chief Sarjan Bhagat presided over the function. Managing Director of FDCM Dr
Suresh Gairola other Officers of Forest Department including President of Wild Capture Rohit Singh Thakur, Secretary Pravin Nikhare and the members Ashish Vyas, and Nitin Hejib were prominently present on the occasion. Forest Force Chief Sarjan Bhagat inaugurated the App.

Talking about the App, Pravin Nikhare informed that the App can be used totally free of cost. The App contains the list of birds, other wildlife, flora and fauna, and trees found in TATR and the utterances of variety of birds, details about safari bookings, FDCM and MTDC Resorts booking, Google Maps for reaching all the TATR Entrances in core and buffer areas, contact numbers of all the divisions, and the list of important days and events celebrated by the Forest Department, Nikhare added.

Speaking further, Nikhare expressed gratitude towards Dr N Rambabu, Additional Principal Chief Conservator (Wildlife) Nagpur East and Field Director of TATR G P Garad for their encouragement and invaluable guidance for making of the app. He also thanked G P Narwane, Deputy Chief Conservator of Forests for granting them to make audio recording of the birds’ utterances.

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Rohit Singh Thakur and Pravin Nikhare took meticulous efforts for recording the utterances of the birds and to snap the photographs used in the App. Likewise, all the members of WILD CAPTURE, Forest guards and Guides of TATR extended their assistance for making of the app.

“Save Tiger Save Future!”