Our Mission is to involve citizens into conservation movement

History of NFS

How did Nature Forever Society come into existence?

Nature Forever Society (NFS) has been working for the conservation of House Sparrows and other common flora and fauna in urban habitats since 2005. NFS is a registered charitable trust founded by Mohammed Dilawar, its Founder and President.

The mission of Nature Forever Society is to involve citizens into the conservation movement of India, especially in urban landscapes. To achieve this, Nature Forever Society has been launching initiatives which are simple but have far-reaching conservation value.

Nature Forever Society was not formed for the sake of having just another conservation organisation but more out of the need of the hour as most of the conservation organisations have historically overlooked conservation issues with regard to common flora and fauna.

It was formed with a vision to involve citizens from all walks of life, diverse backgrounds and different parts of the country and the world.

Nature Forever Society began its work in a small way, without any sustainable source of funding support but with a belief and vision to save common flora and fauna by involving the citizen.

For Nature Forever Society to be successful in reducing the decline we have seen in the numbers of our common flora and fauna, we need to increase our source of funding. The more sources of funds and support we have for our initiatives, the more we will be able to do for birds, wildlife and people.

Already, your help and support have helped us to fund numerous conservancy projects. Here are a few examples:

  • World Sparrow Day
  • Common Bird Monitoring of India
  • Rise for the Sparrows
  • Second-hand Binocular Scheme
  • Nature Forever Society BiodiverCity Photo Contest
  • Help Birds in Summer Campaign
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