Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary is one of the most visited park in India, includes a huge lakes and ambient marshes. It is located 64 km west from the city Ahmedabad of Gujarat state of India. It covers an area of 123 sq km mainly inhabited by migratory birds during winters. The bird sanctuary is one of the wetland sanctuaries in north India. It compromises of several species of endangerd domestic as well as migratory bird.
The bird sanctuary provides shelter to the more than 250 species of residential as well as migratory birds such as gadwall, shoveler, common teal, cotton teal, tufted duck, comb duck, little cormorant, great cormorant, Indian shag, ruff, painted stork, white spoonbill, Asian open-billed stork, oriental ibis, darter, common sandpiper, wood sandpiper and green sandpiper, Sarus crane, warblers, babblers, bee-eaters, bulbuls, buntings, chats, partridges and quails. Grey hornbill and Marshall's iora, osprey, peregrine, Pallas' sea eagle, short-toed eagle, tawny eagle, imperial eagle, spotted eagle and crested serpent eagle.
Between November and February, it becomes major centre of migratory birds which includes ducks, geese, pelicans and flamingosd. Apart from the birds, in Nal Sarovar Bird sanctuary is dominated by Bharwad Shepherds. And their folk and culture is really amazing and admirable.
You can enjoy folk dance music as well as picnic inside the jungle may be good option for leisure time.