Regd. Office: Revathi Bhavan, Edathala P O, ALUVA-683561. Reg.No.: ER 18/10 of 2010 Telephone No.: 0484-2837414 Email:cochinnaturalhistorysociety@gmail.com


WELCOME TO THE COCHIN NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY

The Cochin Natural History Society is a non-profit making, non-political charitable institution registered under the Travancore-Cochin Literary, Scientific and Charitable Societies Registration Act, 1955. This is a society of amateur naturalists who live in harmony with nature and seek to protect and to preserve the biodiversity and healthy natural environment. The mandate of the society is to undertake studies and documentation of biodiversity around us and to draw attention to the aesthetic, economic, scientific and conservation aspects.The society also intends to provide a platform to those who are concerned to come together and share, enlarge and correct our knowledge about Nature and its magnificence. Any person, who has a love, interest and commitment towards conservation of our biodiversity and natural history may become a member of the society*.







"You can know the names of a bird in all languages of the world,but when you are finished ,
You will know absolutely nothing whatever about the bird.....
So let`s look at the bird and see what it`s doing --that`s what counts.
I learned very early the difference between knowing the name of something and knowing something."


-Nobel Laureate Richard P Feynman(1918-1988)


Friday, December 3, 2010

Smitha Komath's Gallery

Simply awesome photographs. One would wish to see MORE pictures of this genre in this gallery. Congrats Smitha!!!

5 comments:

  1. Thank you Dilip chetta.Without your help, i would not have been able to share the pictures with CNHS members.Thanks for setting the slideshow for me.

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  2. Heloo Smitha,
    Nice photos. Your Brown Shrike photo seems to be Common Wood Shrike. Check !

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  3. Great Pictures Smitha...

    Vishnu

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  4. Thank you all. And thanks for providing me with the correct id of the shrike.

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