Concern for the Wild Birds of Tea

Posted by Neeraj on 8th May, 2020

Besides tea plantation workers other inhabitants of the tea gardens are rare birds who have been migrating to the gardens for greenery, trees and abundant water bodies.

The Ruddy Kingfisher (Halcyon Coromanda)

The Ruddy Kingfisher (Halcyon Coromanda)

 

Monal pheasants (Lophophorus Impjanus) in Darjeeling

Monal pheasants (Lophophorus Impjanus) in Darjeeling.

 

Great Indian Hornbill (Buceros Bicornis)

Great Indian Hornbill (Buceros Bicornis)

Teesta Teas are in midst of finalizing with NGO’s who are involved in conserving the wildlife in plantations.

Our packs carry pictures of the rare birds that remind us of our inspiration and the moral obligations on which we want to build the foundations of our brand.

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