Udupi: Manipal Bird Day records sightings of 122 species of birds

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Udupi, Feb 10: Regardless of the Covid restrictions, the eleventh version of Manipal Chook Day proved to be an important expertise for the enthusiastic birders who participated in it.

A complete of 78 birders confirmed up for the annual train which was organized by the Manipal Birders Group on Sunday February 7. In view of stopping the Covid pandemic, all precautions like sustaining social distancing, sporting masks and use of hand sanitizers had been strictly adhered to.

The day started with a ‘Chook Stroll’ at 6.30 am. The birders divided themselves into smaller teams of 10-12 members and adopted 11 totally different trails which took them by totally different terrains like hills, plains, paddy fields and wetlands. The concept was to sight as many birds as attainable and file their presence within the area. By the point the stroll ended at about 10.00 am, the totally different teams recorded sightings of 122 species of birds.

After the chook stroll concluded, the totally different teams gathered at Indrali temple space for breakfast and a dialogue session. New birders and the senior birders shared their experiences in regards to the chook day and the highlights of what they noticed. On the event, the formation of Manipal Birding and Conservation Belief (MBAC) was additionally introduced. The belief will give attention to conservation of the paths in and round Manipal. Just a few butterfly internet hosting vegetation had been distributed. Hand painted bookmarks got to the contributors as a memento.

Manipal Birders Membership conducts common birding periods each Sunday from 6.30 am and visits totally different places round Manipal to file the birds. individuals could go to the Manipal Birders Membership Fb web page or name 7411521633 (Tejasvi S Acharya) for extra info.

  

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