Rakhi Chavan, Nagpur: Maharashtra is likely to be the first state in the country to declare endangered wildlife habitat. The 18th meeting of the Wildlife Board has been held today (Monday) at 1:00 p.m. and in this meeting the habitat of wildlife in danger of extinction can be declared.
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The 17th meeting of the State Wildlife Board was held on 11th October 2021 in Mumbai. This meeting takes place eight months after that. The meeting was held in Bombay. However, the growing corona outbreak in Mumbai is happening today through video conferences. As many important announcements are likely to be made at today’s 18th meeting chaired by the Chairman of the State Wildlife Board and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, this meeting has caught everyone’s attention.
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No endangered wildlife habitat has been declared in any state of India. After the last meeting, four sub-committees namely Amravati, Nagpur, Pune-Aurangabad and Konkan-Nashik divisions were formed to explore this area. Reports from these committees have reached the Board.
Other than this, 12 new conservation reserves are likely to be announced at this meeting. The shrine is also expected to be sealed in Kolamarka, Muktibhavani and Mahendra. Apart from this, 18 conservation reserves have been proposed on the agenda in the future and this can also be discussed at the board meeting.