The post-monsoon months are extremely rewarding for birdwatchers as the birds return to their usual perches. Many visitors come here simply to experience the unique phenomenon of the monsoons. Birdwatchers observe wild birds in their natural habitat. Bird watching is learning to identify the birds and understand what they are doing. You may sit back, relax and hear the sound of exotic birds or can walk through the meadows and try to capture one in your camera and memories. It is a world out there that holds compelling secrets for the explorer. Many birds are found in abundance in the serene plantations and hills of Shoghi which will take your breath away.
It’s a big time fun. Something deep seems to get fulfilled and a connection is made with the immense beauty of nature and a love of the beauty and of uniqueness of birds inspires a love of all nature and appreciation towards it.
Patience- bird watchers are better equipped to cope with these circumstances and learning to be patient to catch a glimpse of the bird.
Reflexes- It gets you outside and walking as the bird might appear from anywhere and teaches to be mentally alert at all times. It also keeps you physically fit.
By taking up bird watching, parents can introduce their children to an interest in nature that will stay with them all their lives.
Solitude. Birding is also the ideal solitary sport. There's a special pleasure in going out alone to bird. Your mind settles down. Your senses open up, and all nature seems to become your friend watching.