93 Individuals and 41 Schools & Colleges from 20 states and 2 union territories contributed data on 7812 trees between 13 and 16 September 2019!
This time around, we selected one Individual and one school from four geographical regions of the country by lucky draw. To qualify for the lucky draw, tree questers had to submit observations on at least 10 trees of at least 1 species listed on the SeasonWatch species list.
Here are the lucky winners from each region:
|Southern India||Central-western India||Northern India||East-northeast India|
Resley Roy Pariong,
No schools from this region
qualified for the lucky-draw
Rev. T. J. Jones Presbyterian School,
Students from the Department of Geography, Central University of Punjab on a tree walk
Students of Shaheed Manoj Singh GIC Gaindi Khata join in the tree quest as usual!
|1||Teak -Tectona grandis||828|
|2||Jackfruit -Artocarpus heterophyllus||574|
|3||Mango -Mangifera indica||566|
|4||Neem -Azadirachta indica||505|
|5||Gulmohur -Delonix regia||327|
|6||Rain tree -Samanea saman||233|
|7||Lantana -Lantana camara||231|
|8||Robusta coffee -Coffea robusta||210|
|9||Custard apple -Annona squamosa||175|
|10||Peepal -Ficus religiosa||172|
Three of the most common species observed showed leaves, flowers and fruits across India