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On 8th April 2022, the GuruJal team organized the wall painting, birdwatching and plantation drive with students of Amity International School at Daultabad pond site. The theme of the wall painting was water conservation and saving biodiversity. In birdwatching, some students captured the local biodiversity which existed near the pond site. 

Team of 20  students from various clubs like Photography, Fine Arts, Interact,Eco club etc, visited the pond and actively participated in many different activities that were organized at the pond site before the inauguration of the pond site

Team of 20  students from various clubs like Photography, Fine Arts, Interact,Eco club etc, visited the pond and actively participated in many different activities that were organized at the pond site before the inauguration of the pond site. 

Paint and adopt the wall being all time favourite- Students adopted a wall and painted in the theme of nature – water, conserving water, reducing wastage, waste management, rainwater etc. Their creativity knew no bounds as they were told to grab a wall and paint their expressions in them . 

Since The pond was surrounded by these colourful, intelligent, vocal, flying creatures, it offered splendid experience to our young ornithologists laden’s with their professional cameras and binoculars were up and away ready to explore and capture various species of Birds.  students were super delighted to get to know these species better and capture them on their cameras – a rare visual treat to see them in their natural habitat. Some of the species are kingfisher, purple sunbird and more.

Plantation at the pond highlighted the values of Amitians to give back to nature and conserving nature students participated enthusiastically in the Plantation drive hosted by Gurujal.

The efforts of the Students and their experiences were captured by the Gurujal authorities in the form of video bytes. The whole event was very well organized and students returned back to their school with wonderful memories.

This nature visit will remain forever etched in the minds of the students to be a part of biodiversity so close to them and able to rejuvenate themselves in the lap of Nature after a hiatus of 2 years

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