Jaipur, because of its sweet climate, is home to an exquisite number of birds’ species. Sadly, the limitless number of birds is starting to get real low.
The different species are, not only vital for the environment, they help make Jaipur what it is today. What’s a land without its birds anyway?
The Indian birding fair is going to be renewed for its 22nd iteration, achieving which, is definitely a feat of its own.
Indian birding fair is held every year in February, the dates for this year are, 7th&8th February. It will be held at its original venue, the Man Sagar lake, some of us Jaipurites may recognize it by the iconic Jal Mahal.
This year’s event will be focused on Wader birds, as you may be aware, a lot of species of Wader birds are now endangered. The event will focus on how we can help in conserving over 84 species of Wader birds, found in the Indian subcontinent.
Followed by conservation session, there will be quizzes, painting competition, tattoo making, and much more.
This event is one of a kind and definitely, an amazing opportunity for bird lovers. It’s an honor for every jaipurite, that an event of such stature, was brought up, and is, based in Jaipur. Happy birding!
Jaipur is a storehouse of exotic flora and fauna, green spaces, surrounding lakes unique wildlife, set to be discovered by any nature lover. As you walk a path that winds pristinely through the boudoir of tranquility and natural beauty, there exists one big avian attraction- ManSagar Lake in Jaipur.
Amidst a curtain of bougainvillea flowers where the golden sun rays filtered from horizon, gives an endless fascination to watch winged wonders; Yes, some migratory, some local, few big and countless small; some in water and multitudes hovering over the lake but all of them will capture your attention to watch the beauties and photograph them.
Every year in the month of February, the glory of Jal Mahal at Mansagar Lake burgeons as the new winged guests make their magnanimous presence. During this time of the year, with an intention to promote bird watching and nature conservation, the Tourism and Wildlife Society of India (TWSI) celebrates ‘Bird Fair’. This year the 20th edition of Indian Birding Fair was held on 9th & 10th Feb.
The organizer of the British Bird Watching Fair, Dr. Tim Appleton also participated and around 38 varieties of Birds were sighted during this time.
Don’t miss to look up the aerial ballet that the birds perform while flocking!
It is simply mesmerizing and you can not stop marvelling at the sight of a murmuration! For such are the treats in store here that it’s hard to think of a place that is more rewarding to the seeker of avian travellers.
So, plan a trip to cherish the bounty of nature, take great photographs and simply enjoy 🙂
Your interest and enjoyment of bird watching gets its wings!!For all Bird Lovers coming 5th & 6th February the favorite hotspot ‘Jal Mahal‘ will be your destination as once again it’s time for the annual Bird Fair in Pink City.
JalMahal, the place where you would just love to just sit by and watch the magical lake, mesmerizing architecture and the chirping of the birds.
The time top get binoculars and cameras and gather at Jal Mahal to to soak in the wonderful sights and sounds of birds