Answer from Shekar Dattatri, Conservation India:
Thanks for your mail and question to CI.
A campaign to revive and save Keoladeo National Park is long overdue and would be welcome. However, before such a campaign is attempted, a lot of homework will be needed, to analyse the exact reasons for the park’s downfall and the potential solutions to the various problems. There should also be a good degree of coordination with other like minded people, particularly those with expertise and experience about Keoladeo National Park and wetlands in general. This article on Conservation India provides a background to this issue: “Bharatpur — Can we Regain this Bird Paradise?”