Welcome To Nature Club Surat

Kevdi – Program on “Inculcating scientific approach to birdwatching.”

Green Walk at Gavier Lake

  On 11th February 2018, from 7.00 am GREEN WALK was started with more than 35 participants at Gavier . Walk was lead by NCS President Mr.Snehal Patel & NCS worthy senior volunteer Mr.Saurabh Desai It was about 1.5 km. walk which includes following topics: Gavier Lake History Conservation by

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Awareness at Book Fair

Nature Club Surat had taken part in Book Fair – 2018 during 25th to 28th January, at VanitaVishram Ground, Athwalines, Surat. More than 5000 people had visited our stall and gain knowledge about Nature Club activities and also about environment conservation. Many environment friendly citizens come forward and they have

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Lunar Eclipse

31st January 2018, the most wonderful evening at Gavier Lake, Surat, NCS members and other visitors had witnessed the beautiful Super Moon / Blood Moon (Lunar Eclipse). NCS Volunteers had share knowledge about Lunar Eclipse, Super Moon, Blood Moon, and many more details about Stars, Galaxies and Satellites etc.

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Salher Training Camp for Volunteers

A two day monsoon trekking camp for new volunteers (One night two days) was organised at Salher. 22 volunteers took part in the trek. The trek was led by Snehal sir with senior volunteers like Dipakbhai, Hirenbhai etc. Everyone had a learning and memorable experience in a wonderful atmosphere

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Awareness Program at Kite Flying Event

On 14th January 2018, NCS had arranged on stall at Kite Festival Celebration by “Yuva Gujarat” group at Children’s Park, Majuragate, Surat. There we have spread awareness related to kite flying hours as well as precautions to be taken care during kite flying. We have also make people aware about

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Bird Rescue

NCS had organised Bird Rescue camp during Kite Festival from 13th to 16th January 2018. More than 300 birds are rescued given treatment by NCS volunteers.  Few birds which are very badly injured could not fly any more. These birds are taken care by NCS through out their life span.

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