NDI is offering a unique course in bird watching at its Satyanarayan Shepherd’s Lodge (Rajaji National Park) Rajaji Tiger Reserve is rich in birdlife and the dense forests surrounding the campuses are ideal for birding.
The course aims at orienting the youth towards ornithology by systematically introducing the art of observing birds in their natural habitat. The objective is to popularize bird watching as a hobby, understand the contribution of birds in sustaining bio diversity and create awareness on the urgent need for conserving the natural habitat of birds.
Our bird experts have identified over 100 species in the Satyanarayan campus alone. The morning safari at the Motichoor Range of Rajaji National Park, with its abundance of birds and wildlife, is an experience of a lifetime.
In collaboration with Reliance Foundation (Uttarkashi), Pahal Himalaya (Rudraprayag) and Tourism Department (District Pauri) , Nanda Devi Institute is actively engaged in training the local youth in Nature Guide with special focus of Bird Watching. Some of the bird checklists are available for download on this page.
Bird Checklist - Assi Ganga, Uttarkashi, 2010-11
Bird Checklist - Ramisera, Corbett Tiger Reserve, 2018
Bird Checklist - Assi Ganga, Uttarkashi, 2018
Duration: 7 days
Course Strength: 8 participants
Instructor-Trainee ratio: 1:4
Location: Rajaji Tiger Reserve, Kanatal
Stay Arrangements: Shared Accomodation at Satyanarayan FRH
Rs.14,700/- per person