Tag: Lingambudhi Lake

Bird-watching at Thippayyanakere
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Bird-watching at Thippayyanakere

January 6, 2021

In all, 145 bird species identified at the rejuvenated Lake Mysuru: Thippayyanakere situated adjacent to Ring Road in Lalithadripura has become one more birding hotspot in Mysuru after Karanji Lake, Kukkarahalli Lake, Lingambudhi Lake and the Hebbal Lake.  Hundreds of foreign birds have arrived at Thippayyanakere and city-based Mysuru Science Foundation and Aranya Outreach had…

City’s first Botanical Garden at Lingambudhi Lake
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City’s first Botanical Garden at Lingambudhi Lake

November 18, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Mysureans are lucky than others to have natural water bodies, parks, boulevards and green canopy in city, thanks to the vision and generosity of the rulers of erstwhile Mysore kingdom. Mysuru will soon get its first Botanical Garden which is all set for inauguration at the scenic Lingambudhi Lake in Srirampura II Stage, Ramakrishnanagar….

Parks, playgrounds open: Public can visit Kukkarahalli, Karanji, Lingambudhi Lakes too
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Parks, playgrounds open: Public can visit Kukkarahalli, Karanji, Lingambudhi Lakes too

September 7, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Continuing the Union Government’s guidelines of opening up of public places including parks, the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) has issued an order to open all the parks and playgrounds with immediate effect.  In an order issued this morning, MCC Commissioner Gurudatta Hegde has stated that all parks, playgrounds within the MCC limits will be…

COVID-19 silences venues buzzing with people
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COVID-19 silences venues buzzing with people

March 17, 2020

Manasagangothri: Even as the sprawling Manasagangothri premises wears a deserted look with campus closed for public and Mysore University having already declared a holiday for students due to COVID-19 scare, a security guard on duty at the entrance of the campus was seen wearing handkerchief as safety mask. Lingambudhi Lake: In the wake of the…

Great Backyard Bird Count begins in city
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Great Backyard Bird Count begins in city

February 15, 2020

67 bird species spotted at Lingambudhi Lake, 81 at Kukkarahalli Lake Mysore/Mysuru: The four-day Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC), the world’s largest co-ordinated birding exercise, involving both ornithologists and amateurs alike began in city yesterday morning.  As part of the 21st edition of GBBC, volunteers assembled at the scenic Lingambudhi Lake at 7 am yesterday…

Volunteers launch cleaning drive at Lingambudhi Lake
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Volunteers launch cleaning drive at Lingambudhi Lake

December 3, 2019

Mysuru: As part of a citizen-led initiative to eliminate trash from water bodies, volunteers came together and cleaned up the Lingambudhi Lake surroundings on Sunday. Around 20 residents of neighbouring areas along with former President of Lingambudhi Lake Parisara Samithi, senior citizen Lakki Maran collected large number of plastic covers and bottles, thermocol and other…

Birders identify 52 species of birds at Lingambudhi Lake
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Birders identify 52 species of birds at Lingambudhi Lake

December 2, 2019

Mysuru: Arivu Shaikshanika Mattu Samskrutika Trust, Lingambudhipalya in city, had organised a bird-watching session on Saturday from Arivu School to Lingambudhi Lake. Around 30 birders participated in the event and walked to the nearby Lingambudhi Lake surroundings. Participants also included a number of children who got first-hand experience of identifying bird species, their habitat and…

Stink keeps walkers away from Lingambudhi Lake
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Stink keeps walkers away from Lingambudhi Lake

November 22, 2019

Unbearable stench reduces number of walkers from 900 to 250 in 6 months Mysuru: Foul smell wafting across their nostrils have forced many regular morning and evening walkers to abandon their daily routine at the vast Lingambudhi Lake.  Six months back, over 800 to 900 walkers used to stroll on the Lake bund every day….

Over 15 migratory birds found dead at Lingambudhi Lake
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Over 15 migratory birds found dead at Lingambudhi Lake

November 17, 2019

Samples of Northern Shoveler sent to Bengaluru laboratory for tests Mysuru: More than 15 Northern Shoveler birds that have migrated from Central Europe to the Lingambudhi Lake here have been found dead at the Lake.  Morning walkers and bird- watchers found the carcases floating in the water yesterday and they immediately alerted the Forest Department…

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