Pink City Bird Watching Society

by Agam Khare
(Jaipur, Rajasthan, India)



About Us:

Pink City Bird Watching Society was started in the year 2008 by a group of 4 Engineering Students having passion for Nature, especially Birds.



Spots we Visit :

Nahargarh Biological Park, Smriti Van Biodiversity Park, Jalmahal, Kanak Vrindavan, Chambal Dam, Kota, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary.



Months of Activity :

January, February, October, November, December.



Membership :

This is a Community Club. Send a mail

khareagam@gmail.com

to know more about joining the club.



All you need is passion for Nature and tenderness to watch the beauty and of course, Binoculars..!!





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Sep 30, 2011
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Saket Wild
by: Agam Khare

Dear Friends

With the onset of Winter Breeze Migratory Birds are beginning to show their presence. The opportunity to get their maiden and first glimpse is here and now.

Join us on our visit to Saket on Oct 1,2011 sharp at
5 a.m. .

Venue : Garden of Five Senses (Near Saket Metro Railway Station)

Jul 26, 2011
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Birds are back
by: Agam Khare

Hey friends..We are going to Ranthambore National Park for Bird Watching on August 13,2011.

Drop me a mail or comment here to join.

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