How much do we know about the life around us? When we think of life we imagine all the hustle bustle of city life, but hardly do we think of the other forms of life that are with us on this earth. They make our earth beautiful along with the company they give us. They maintain the natural cycles that give us water, air and life. Should we just see them get poached and vanish from the face of the earth?

Should we allow their natural habitats to be destroyed? We all can help them survive in an ever-changing world, we can keep this earth beautiful with their presence. Come, let's help them live in whatever ways that each one of us is capable of.

So go ahead and make an effort for the survival of the life that shares our planet with us....

Operating in South India, with a high diversity of fauna in the surrounding forests, we do our best to protect wild species in their natural habitats and to let the eyes of our coming generation see the beauty of these graceful animals.

Mammals in the sanctuary surrounding Bev Society include the lion-tailed macaque, bonnet macaque, wild bison, civet cat, common languar, slender loris, sloth bear, gaur, wild boar, tiger, leopard, wild dog, jackal, chital, sambar, barking deer, otter, porcupine, Malabar giant squirrel and flying squirrel. This tiger is only very rarely sighted in the sanctuary. There are reports of a lone elephant tusker occasionally seen in the northwestern parts and this animal allegedly moves between the sanctuaries of Mookambika and the adjacent Sharavathi valley.

Reptiles including the monitor lizard, king cobra and python are encountered frequently. The endangered cane turtle is also found in the sanctuary.

Birds in the sanctuary are represented by the Malabar whistling thrush, Peacock, Malabar grey hornbill, Malabar pied hornbill, great Indian hornbill, southern treepie, yellow bulbul, scarlet minivet, racket-tailed drongo, blacknaped blue flycatcher, Siberian cranes, Owls and quake babbler.




Bev Society Registered Office: Garuda Guha, Kollur, Udupi Dist, Karnataka, India - 576220
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