Flamingo Watch – Mumbai, 14th April 2013
April 14, 2013
10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
Flamingos have migrated from Gujarat to different parts of Mumbai, Thane and Navi-Mumbai; however Sewri still holds the largest record for big flocks on the mudflats. Join the BNHS CEC team on a visit to learn about these long-legged beauties and wetlands.
Experience this unique opportunity to view them and learn about these magnificent and mysterious visitors. Sewri Mudflats is also the place for many birds such as Common Greenshank & Redshank, Common and Green Sandpiper, Eurasian Curlew and many more.
Registration is required, before April 11th, 2013. The fee is Rs.150, and would help the BNHS do its bit in achieving the year 2020 goals of the UN Convention for Biological Diversity.
For registration, please contact Ms Isha Pradhan-Sawant, Education Officer at 9594929107 / 9594953425 (between 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m., Mon-Fri)
Note on getting there: Sewri railway station is on the harbour line accessible from CST, Andheri, and Navi Mumbai. By road, reach Sewri (E) from Parel or Dadar up to Sewri and cross over at the railway level crossing or from the bridge at Wadala or Reay road to the Mumbai Port Trust road to reach Sewri Jetty.