EsselWorld Bird Park’s intoduced a campaign ‘Nature, Nurtured’
EsselWorld Bird Park has come up with ‘Nature, nurtured’, a new social media campaign, during the pandemic. The campaign helped the birds to return back to their natural feelings, behaviour, natural instincts, etc. This can be understood by a sudden increase in their nesting and egg laying activities.
The new babies among the birds are in the species of Golden Pheasants, Monk Parakeets, Cockatoos, Cockatiels and Monk Parakeets. The Zebra Doves breeds throughout the year and have increased their population by 70-80% in the park. The Cape Barren Geese were the foremost terrestrial birds of the park that had babies through natural breeding. Interestingly, the species have been naturally breeding every winter.
Commenting on this Mr. Paresh Mishra, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing, EsselWorld Leisure Pvt. Ltd. said, “We are glad to welcome the little birdies in our Park and we hope the other bird species present heretoo extend their families feeling it at home. Mindful of the importance of bird conservation, our Bird Handlers take utmost care of the birds and preserve their habitat in a natural and eco-sensitive manner in a carefully designed and propositioned environment.”
Spread across 1.5 acres of land, EsselWorld Bird Park was launched in April 19 and is the country’s earliest interactive bird park. There are more than 500 species of aquatic, volant and terrestrial birds from all over the world, with a tropical rainforest theme. The bird park has always aspired to conserve and teach people about avian fauna along with bestowing the birds with safety habitat. Its has several bird species including Volant, terrestrial and aquatic birds. The star birds are Rainbow Laurakeet, Blue Gold Macaw, African Grey Parrot, Cockatiel, Toucan, Chattering Lory, Sun Conure, Golden Pheasant, Crowned Crane, California Quail, Ostrich, Black Swan and Carolina Wood Duck.
The rainforest themed bird park also has trees and plants comprising Victorian Lily, tree ferns and 20 varieties of cactus have been plated in the park. The Victorian Lily is a flower with a leaf of 3 meters diameter where kids can even sit. And, the tree ferns are rare 145 million years old Jurassic era plant.