Soon, Barmer will include a rescue centre and a bird park.

Jakhada, a migratory bird habitat in the wooded area of Dhorimanna in Barmer, will be designated as a natural rescue center and Pakshi Vihar . The area is spread over 333 hectares, where the Narmada canals excess water is released .

Jaisalmer: Jakhada, a migratory bird habitat in the wooded area of Dhorimanna in Barmer, will be designated as a natural rescue center and Pakshi Vihar, according to principal chief conservator of forests Arvind Tomar.He said that attempts will be made to make it a tourist attraction have been made, and that directions have been given to the police in this regard.Tomar visited the Jakhada forest area in Barmer district, which is spread over 333 hectares, where the Narmada canal's excess water is released.Water has accumulated at many locations, and islands have been formed, giving the area a lush green appearance.

In the area, which has since disappeared, white chinkara and Krishna Deer had thrived earlier.He said that a boundary wall would be constructed around the forest area and that pucca ponds would be constructed so that wildlife and birds would be able to drink.tnn tnn.