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AWSUME SUCCESS - WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION DRAWS 550 YOUNG VISITORS... PART 1

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    *PRESS NOTE* *PAWS EXHIBITS 170 STUNNING WILDLIFE IMAGES TO CREATE AWARENESS AMONG YOUNGSTERS…OVER 550 YOUNGSTERS VISITS THE EXHIBITION – RECORD IN
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      PRESS NOTE

      PAWS EXHIBITS 170 STUNNING WILDLIFE IMAGES TO CREATE AWARENESS AMONG YOUNGSTERS…OVER 550 YOUNGSTERS VISITS THE EXHIBITION – RECORD IN DOMBIVLI

       

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                                          DATE:  08.12.2012


      First time in history of Animal Welfare, an Animal welfare organization – PAWS (Plant & Animals Welfare Society) done a wildlife photography exhibition to create awareness among youngsters with Rotract Club of K. V. Pendharkar College.  The exhibition was named ‘WILD TREK’.


      Renoved photographer Mayuresh Khatavkar inaugurated the Exhibition. The exhibition gathered big crowd & almost 550 people visited the exhibition. The exhibition displayed over 170 photos of Wild Mammals. Birds, Reptiles, Flowers.  Some were most stunning images of India’s diminishing wildlife. More then 20 photographers across Mumbai participated in whole day event.


      Some interesting photos were of Royal Bengal Tiger, Frogmouth, Bonneli’s Eagle, Plumboius Water Redstart, Malabar Gliding Frog, Lesser Florican, and Eurasian Eagle Owl & Malabar Pit Viper.


      The exhibition held in simple class room – just to create an awareness & generate concern among students & draws their attention towards diminishing wildlife. Over 500 students from K. V. Pendharkar College were visited the exhibition.


      Shardul Gasvaskar – President of Rotract Club said – “Wild Trek is a great initative and we are proud to be a part of this event will really create a awarness in youth and will surely motivate them to come ahead and do their bit in preserving india’s wildlife.” PAWS Founder Nilesh Bhanage narrated “This is first time when PAWS made the event like this for youngsters to attract towards nature & very happy to see that exhibition was crowded with more then 500 visitors. “


      Facebook link for event photographs -

      http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151212593219132.476371.542969131&type=1


      For more information call Mr. Nilesh on 9920777536.


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      Regards,
       
      Nilesh Bhanage
      Founder - PAWS
      Helpline +91 9820161114 (9AM to 9PM)
      "Hands that help are holier than lips that pray"



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