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Bird Enthusiasts Flock to Noida for World-Class Bird Festival on February 2nd

Great news for bird enthusiasts! A world-class Bird Festival is set to take place in Noida on February 2nd.

The event, organized by the Forest Department and SheWings Foundation in Gautam Buddh Nagar, aims to celebrate and promote the conservation of birds and their habitats.

Officials from the Forest Department, including Gautam Buddh Nagar Sunil choudhary is principal chief conservator working plan up and Head of committee of Bird festival, DFO P.K. Shrivastav, and representatives from SheWings Foundation, Gurvani, Nitish, Anjali, and Shivendra, convened in Noida today to outline the details of the upcoming Bird Festival. The Chief Guest for the inauguration is expected to be the honorable Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath.

People of all ages, from children to adults, have shown keen interest in participating in this bird fair. Various schools and colleges will also be invited to enhance their enthusiasm, allowing students to participate in competitions. Before the festival, several individuals, in collaboration with the SheWings Foundation, pledged to conserve wetlands and raise awareness about the diverse world of birds.

Bird Watching, Competitions, and Conservation Initiatives to Highlight the Festival

Detailed information about different bird species, their names, and unique characteristics will be provided during the festival. Bird specialists, celebrities, media personalities, and environmentalists from different parts of the country will participate in the event. The festival will be held in the serene Surajpur Wetland, located away from the hustle and bustle, providing a new identity to Surajpur Wetland on the national and international tourism map.

Teams from the SheWings Foundation, under the guidance of senior officials from the Forest Department, have worked together to prepare for the festival. Bird enthusiasts can enjoy bird painting exhibitions, and under the guidance of bird specialists, participants from various regions will get the chance to engage in bird watching. The festival aims to attract bird lovers from Uttar Pradesh and from different corners of the country. Exciting activities such as bird watching and documentary film screenings are planned to make the Bird Festival a center of attraction for people from all walks of life.

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