Green Passports for Wildlife Enthusiasts and Nature Lovers

Nature lovers in the state have something to cheer about – some of them will be issued green passports! This venture will encourage conservation of forests and wildlife among wildlife enthusiasts. It was first introduced to environmental organisations and school forest clubs near the Periyar Tiger Reserve in Pathanamthitta district, by the Forest Department. Using this passport, around 40 students from 17 schools visited the reserve forest.

A green passport runs into about a hundred pages, with photos and details of the holder, do’s and don’ts during trekking and the number of visits and forests visited, etc. They can go trekking in inner forests and protected regions in Kerala, and the passport will be verified at each check post in reserve forests and protected areas.

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