To Protect Sparrows At His Village In Bihar, Man Builds Them Nests & Installs CCTV Camera

There’s no denying the fact that the construction of more and more cell towers is harming the population of birds. In addition, many birds are unable to find water and shelter. Which is why, 45-year-old Tanzilur Rahman Khan who resides in Niskha village (Gaya, Bihar) has made it his mission to do all he can to protect the gauraiyas (sparrows) in his village.

Within his house, he has built several nests for birds using earthen pots and he also takes care of their food requirements. Yahoo News quoted him saying,

“I’ve created a natural habit for the bird. We don’t allow the usage of guns and slingshots. I have installed a CCTV camera to keep an eye on them.”

He added that after watching the National Geographic Channel he found, “It is said that the air of the sparrow’s wing protects from 38 kinds of diseases.”

 

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People commended his initiative and applauded his efforts to protect the winged creatures and their young ones.

Earlier, actor Randeep Hooda had also urged everyone to feed birds that visit the balconies of our apartments.

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