Start Date: 
Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Start Time: 
(All day)
Nahargarh Biological Park

A field trip to Nahargarh Biological Park

                 A field trip to The Nahargarh Biological Park has been organized on 13th September 2017 along with 28 students (PG), trip was accompanied by two faculty members Dr. Shilpi Rijhwani & Dr. Reenu Agarwal and two resource persons form state forest department. The Nahargarh biological park has about 220 types of birds, 450 varieties of flora and fauna besides the jungle cat, reptiles and panthers. The Aravalli Mountain Range is located nearby and surrounds the area with thick forest, which is home to varied flora and fauna. Nahargarh Biological Park is situated next to the Nahargarh Fort and covers an area of about 7.2 sq. km.

                  Nahargarh biological park Jaipur is a home of wild life and birds that offers the natural treasure to the visitors. It was a great experience for all students to learn and observe the different species of plants, birds and animals that shows the diversity of natural world and its resources. This is a botanical garden that preserves the nature and species of plants. It consists of sandstone and quartzite rocks and the plants are naturally represents the stifling dry deciduous and humid bristle forests. The park is a plentiful resource of wild life, which consists of different species of reptiles, tigers, leopard, monkeys and deer. Nahargarh biological park Jaipur also offers natural ambiance to a great variety of bird flock. During this field trip students really had the opportunity to see new things and learn about them in a more unstructured way.