30 visually impaired girls visit Kanha Tiger Reserve
A group of 30 visually-impaired girls experienced the beauty of \'wildlife\' through their other receptive sensory faculties at Kanha Tiger Reserve of Madhya Pradesh under \'Anubhuti\' campaign.
Bhopal: A group of 30 visually-impaired girls experienced the beauty of 'wildlife' through their other receptive sensory faculties at Kanha Tiger Reserve of Madhya Pradesh under 'Anubhuti' campaign.
"30 visually impaired girls visited the Kanha Tiger Reserve under the 'Anubhuti' campaign. These girls were taken on a nature trail and Safari," Director of Kanha Tiger Reserve Pankaj Shukla informed today. Shukla said these girls belong to 'Ananya,' a Jabalpur based organisation working in this field.
"These girls recognized the wild animals through their roars and sounds, sensed the flower and leaves through the smell, identified the trees touching their barks," he added. Tiger Reserve's Director also said that these girls also heard the audio presentation in the open air theatre situated here.
"These girls were also given the information about the wild animals through an audio presentation at open air theatre," he added. Shukla informed that a similar camp for the hearing impaired would also be organised on February 11-12. "We would also organise similar camps for the mentally challenged," he added.