Coffee Forests - a Gateway to Wild Life - Photo Album

by Dr Anand and Geeta Pereira
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Comment on this article

  • Dr.Pradeep.N.K., President Karnataka Growers Federation, Belur

    Wed, Jan 11 2012

    Anand and Geetha your work on Biodiversity, wildlife, coffee plantations and its importance in Biodiversity are nothing but a master piece. Hats of to you couple for you dedication and commitment. I personally support you in your endeavor and vision.

  • B.A.Jagannath, Ballupet

    Sun, Sep 20 2009

    Anand &Geeta have created history in the coffee industry.Hitherto even coffee board could not do such research.They need all support & encouragement. Keep it up made for each other couple

  • jeslin, vaduvanchal

    Sun, Jul 19 2009

    can you send some pictures of pepar,coffee and tea estates pictures to me?

  • anitha muralidharan, Coorg/Dubai

    Fri, Jun 19 2009

    Dear Anand and Geetha, It''s wonderful to know the origin and history of coffee which we always relish. The pics of wildlife is amazing. We appreciate your work to spread the message across to the Society.Wish you good luck for the future.

  • Raymond. ( Dilly ), Mangalore. Now in Dallas, Texas

    Wed, Jun 17 2009

    Dear Anand,& Geeta, Trust this finds You both and the rest of the family keeping well as its the same with Mario, & Me. I was so glad to read your article and to know what we have been missing all these years.Well we take every thing for granted on this earth including life. I am happy to hear of the good work you both are doing to educate the general public on Nature, & Wild life. Do keep up the good work. Love, and God bless. U. Raymond.( Dilly )

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