Re-Visit: Mandakini Magpie Birdwatchers Camp

As already mentioned, Mr. Yashpal Singh Negi of Kakdagad (District Rudraprayag) has been running the Mandakini Magpie Bird Watchers Camp for quite some time now. His efforts towards ‘ecotourism’ were appreciated by many through this Blog.

Another visit was made to his camp to inform him about this and also present him with a printed copy of the DelhiGreens Blog page in which he was featured (along with all the comments).

Unfortunately, at the time of the visit, Mr. Negi was away to Ukhimath on a bird watching expedition.

mandakini magpie bird camp

The printed copy was left at his camp, along with lots of encouraging wishes that he continues this good work.

Previously on DelhiGreens: 

The Mandakini Magpie Bird Watchers Camp

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Dr. Govind Singh
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Dr. Govind Singh is an Environmentalist, Academician and Consultant based in Delhi and is the Co-Founder of Delhi Greens NGO. He holds a Master's and Ph.D. in Environmental Studies from the University of Delhi. Dr. Govind Singh has over six years experience of teaching in the University of Delhi and over twelve years experience of working in the Environmental Sector.

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6 thoughts on “Re-Visit: Mandakini Magpie Birdwatchers Camp

  1. Wonderful place to live and birding around.
    I will send a print out of this page and other relevent papers to him soon.
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    Dr. Partap Singh Sangwan.
    Sangwan Hospital
    Uklana Mandi -125113
    Distt. Hisar Haryana -India
    Ph. 01693-233077, 233677, 235077, 9416044077
    pssangwan@gmail.com

  2. Dear Sir,

    I am interested to know something about bird lover club or nature club if any. I already visited Magpie bird watchers camp kakdagad.

    Regards,

    Biswadeep,
    33A/1, Flt . no 2, Anand apart. Mehrauli, New delhi – 30

    9313328191

  3. Dear Biswadeep,

    It is good to know that you have visited the Mandakini Magpie Bird Watcher’s camp. I am sure you must have had a great time. Do let us know if you have written a report or prepared a checklist/taken images during your stay there.

    You asked for a ‘bird lover club’. I would like to refer you to the following site: http://delhibird.net/

    This Site/group interacts through the following Yahoo! Group – http://groups.yahoo.com/group/delhibird/ and shares bird images through the following Google Group – http://groups.google.com/group/delhibirdpix

    Other than this, Members of this group meet every Sunday Morning to go for a bird watching field trip in or around Delhi. You can find out the details by joining the Yahoo! Group (mentioned above) and posting a query there.

    I hope you find this useful.

    Regards
    Govind

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