Conserving the Mahseer

Conserving the Mahseer

Conservation of biodiversity is not new to Tata Power. Indeed, the company's flagship biodiversity conservation program, the Mahseer Conservation Project was initiated more than four decades ago.

The Mahseer are a group of species of freshwater fish most of which face the threat of extinction in the wild. They are important cultural and biological icons of the rivers of India linking livelihoods and biodiversity conservation to each other. For over four decades Tata Power has strived to conserve these legendary fish. Our program operates on three thematic areas -

  • Captive breeding
  • Ecology
  • Awareness & sensitization

Mahseer now needs you

It has been over 4 decades that Tata Power has been putting in efforts to conserve this species. Unfortunately it is still an endangered species and undergoing slow extinction. Through Act for Mahseer, the Company would like to appeal to all the stakeholders to play a part in the conservation of this immensely acclaimed and useful species.

We invite everyone to join us in this endeavour to save this endangered species.

You can save Mahseer! Act Now!

Click here to Pledge For Mahseer

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Meet The Fish's Knights

Tor The Mahseer

Tor is a Golden Mahseer who hatched and grew up in the Tata Power hatchery at Walwhan, Lonavala. He is a smart, witty little chap, who spends his time travelling and loves making friends. He is one of the few among his friends and family who survived the wild. This series captures his journey in the wild, as he meets new people, animals and fishes on the way.

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