Birds are obviously important members of ecosystems. They are integral parts of food chains and food webs. The feeding relationships among all the animals in an ecosystem help prevent any one species from becoming too numerous. Birds play a vital role in keeping this balance of nature. In addition to being important parts of food webs, birds play other roles within ecosystems some of them are:

Birds help in cross-pollination. They carry male gametes of one plant and drop them on to female gametes of another plant. Thus they help in sexual reproduction plants. Besides birds, even the insects and wind serve the purpose. But birds play a prominent role. Cross-pollination helps in the formation of healthy seeds
Birds rely on insects and their larva to feed themselves and their babies. So during crop season, there is the wide growth of insect population due to favorable conditions. Birds keep the growth under control and help the crop from pest attack.
Birds are part of food chain. They are carnivores here. They keep a check on the over population of rodents, insects and even snakes. Small birds, in general, eat up insects and their larva. While large ones like eagles hunt and kill rodents and snakes (reptiles) for food.
We might have come across birds circled a corpse of animals. Even in a forest, once an animal is left out by lions and tigers, the rest is consumed by birds. Birds are natural scavengers. They help keep the nature clean of dead and decay matter. Even they do not leave out grains or fruitswhich are thrown out into open places.
Birds are the key in seed propagation. Hence we see plants growing spontaneously at different locations on the soil. The birds eat the fruit or seeds of the plants. Some of them remain undigested and get excreted as such. When these seeds reach the ground, they can germinate in favorable conditions. Thus birds help in natural seed dispersal and plant propagation.
Birds are the some of the creatures which add charm to the environment. Hence we see much painting with birds and even photographs of birds to reflect beauty.

Thus birds are greatly helpful to humans and nature. Due to pollution, excess use of pesticides, modernization and widespread radiation many birds are getting extinct. It is responsibility of humans to protect them and minimize the hazards of technology on them. For this we have planned to spread awareness for below steps:

  • Don’t throw litter on the ground: Litters contain chemicals and other toxic substances that are harmful for birds. Make sure that litters are disposed of scientifically so that birds can’t consume them.
  • Remove all traces of oil: Even small traces of oil are enough to kill birds – oil destroys the insulation and the waterproofing capability inherent in the feathers of birds. Ensure that you don’t dump oil in areas that are accessible to birds.
  • Learn the etiquette of birding: Many birders end up damaging bird habitats because of their ignorance of birding good practices. These may include venturing into sensitive bird zones, littering the area with food items and other toxic stuff, disturbing nesting birds, and creating commotions when in groups.


Moreover, We have planned to:
  • Involve residential societies to make their society park as rehabitat center for birds. Birds need a place to live and many bird habitats are disappearing. City parks and open spaces are natural places for birds. We planned to aware residentail societies to make their society park as rehabitate center for birds by placing bird homes on trees for nasting and to ensure feeding and fresh water availability for them.
  • Fledglings may spend several days on the ground after they leave the nest before they are able to fly. People can help by maintaining distance and keeping pets away from nests, so their parents can continue to care for them.
  • Birds need space for feeding, nesting, and other daily activities. Approaching too closely may cause them to become nervous and deplete much-needed energy reserves. During the nesting season, it may even result in loss of eggs or young to predators.
  • We will approach to gorwing plants as native plants provide food, nest sites, and cover for birds.
  • Birds may accidentally eat pesticide and herbicide pellets or prey that have been poisoned. This can kill a bird or have toxic effects on their own health and that of their


Growing embryos, including deformation or suppressed immune systems. Will approach to place coved dustbins and teach people to use them for disposing off any harful product, which can cinsue by any bird.