JESSORE- NATURE EDUCATION CAMP


Jessore Sloth Bear Sanctuary derives it name from Jessore hills (2nd highest hill of Gujarat). Very few know that the highest peak of the area is only next to the Girnar in height in the State. The hilly terrain and dry mixed deciduous forests of the area supports a diversity of flora and fauna, with Sloth Bear as the flagship species, Leopard, hyena, wild boar, blue bull, porcupine etc., are amongst other mammalian species found in the area. Jessore harbours a wide diversity of avifauna including some of the rare species like Red Spur-fowl, Sirkeer Cuckoo, Vultures and Ultramarine blue flycatcher. A trek of 4-5 kms from the foothill of the mountain to Mahadev temple ( Kedarnath ) is indeed rewarding. The sanctuary is recognized as an area of high conservation value due to its rich medicinal plant flora. The campsite is located in picturesque surroundings on the bank of a lake in foothills.


Program

Online Registration: Click here to participate in this Camp. Once you submit, We will contact you for the joining confirmation & share your details to transfer the payment online.

Date: 27th and 28th Feb 2021
(Reporting directly at Jessore Forest Camp Site by 11.00am on 27th Feb 2021)

Duration: 2 Days

Age: Above 12 Years

Camp Fees: 1400/- (YHAI fee)
(Food charges[Dinner & Breakfast] etc. are to be paid by Participant to concern agency)

Transportation: Own Vehicles
(It’s around 180 kms from Ahmedabad)

You have to Bring: Walking or Trekking Shoes, 1 Ltr. Water Bottle, Slippers, Personal Medicines, Mosquito repellant Cream, Pen, Notebook, Binoculars, etc.

Activities: Trekking, Bird Watching, Star Gazing etc.

Note: This program will be conducted under Covid-19 Govt. guidelines. Every participant would need to strictly follow them. The participant will have to participate at their own risk. YHAI or any YHAI office bearers or any agency or Government – shall not be responsible for any accident.
We reserve the rights to make necessary changes in the program any moment without informing the participants.

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