What are biodiversity hotspots?

Biodiversity hotspots are one of the most important assets for native plants, insects, bees, butterflies, birds and many bird populations who are struggling due to the fragmentation, loss of natives, abundance of non-native floral community and degradation. Natives provide opportunity to flourish flora and fauna from micro to macro level in habitat, climate, hosts, shelter, food, and nesting places.




Saplings Planted


Native Speices

65000 sqft

Total area covered

Want to know

Our Process

Nature Forever Society collaborated with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, for Planting a forest at Sanjay Gandhi National Park. We reconnected community members with native tree species from the neighboring mountain.

Providing Habitats

Survey local forest fragments and identify potential natural tree species that are best suited to the conditions.

Conservation of Natives

Identify the main canopy and tree layer species and select companion species based on their compatibility with the key species.

Cultural Significance

Plant the seedlings randomly and at high density, 20,000 to 30,000 per hectare with stakes for support.

Supports Biodiversity

An initiative by Nature Forever Societyfor the conservation and promotion of native floral diversity of the country.

Help us to create a greener tomorrow

Donate Us

Support Nature Forever Society's bird conservation. Your donation aids the 'Adopt Nest Boxes and Bird Feeder Scheme,' protecting dwindling bird populations.