GNWCC rode cycle today to Surajpur Bird Sanctuary and Club had a new appreciation for this place where visitors can enjoy nature at close quarters, and local and migratory birds get themselves a piece of paradise.Awaken your sense of adventure by taking this 1-hour long cycle tour Surajpur Bird Sanctuary. it is at at distance of 20 KM from Kisan Chowk of Greater Noida West.
Despite all the pollution in the National Capital Region (NCR), Surajpur Wetland in Uttar Pradesh’s Greater Noida now boasts of a greater diversity of water birds and also more numbers as compared to the previous year. Uttar Pradesh’s state bird — Sarus Crane — was also sighted after a gap of two years, much to the delight of birders and environment enthusiasts.
Take out some time from your busy live and visit this eye soothing sight with family.
Dos & Don’ts for Birding
- Armed with good binocular, camera and field guide
- Early mornings are the best times for birding
- Have some light snacks and keep water bottle
- Wear camouflaged or dull coloured clothes
- Keep your eye on bird and listen for calls and song
- Estimate general size and shape of the bird
- Make a note of facial markings and bill characteristics
- Look for wing bars and tail shape
- Observe leg colour and length
- Study movement and flight patterns
- Determine feeding habitats
- Describe habitat, region and climate
- Record your observations
- Don’t make a noise, keep silence
- Don’t listen to song or music
- Don’t litter in the area, use dustbins
- Don’t carry firearms
- Don’t wear bright coloured clothes and soft sole shoes