250 species of birds can be found here. some of them are resident while others come fom distant regions like Siberia, Europe and Afghanistan.
It took us an hour and a quarter to reach sultanpur Lake. On the way we crossed mustard fields on both
sides of the road in a riot of yellow colour as it was the peak of winter season.
As we walked in towards the lake we found an interesting quote by Martin Luther King:
The pathway bifurcated in two. we chose to walk towards the right and passed by a Watch Tower
that stood tall.
The lake was calm and serene and we spotted a variety of birds swimming in the lake.
The Lake surroundings are full of dense green forests providing a perfect haven for the birds.
I saw one lone bird perched up in the tree by the side of the lake.
Ducks swimming in the lake
A lone white bird
Big birds perched up on the trees.
As we returned there was another reminder on the importance of conserving our Nature :
We were hard pressed for time so couldn't explore the left side of the sanctuary and i made a promise to myself to return next year with a more powerful camera. All in all it was a great experience far away from the maddening city , amid calm surroundings so close to the beautiful birds at peace in the sanctuary.