Angry Birds Skip Polluted Delhi

Inter Press Service: Every winter the Okhla wetlands, a charmed haven in the heart of India's bustling capital city, play host to Greater Flamingoes, Greylag Geese, Tufted Pochards, Northern Shovelers and other exotic, feathered visitors winging in from colder climes as far away as Siberia. These avian migrants join hundreds of local water birds to breed in the Okhla Bird Sanctuary and Wildlife Park -- a four square kilometres patch of wetland on the Jamuna river. The river is struggling to survive amidst costly real......

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