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A Visit To A Garden Essay In English

A Visit to A Zoo

A Visit to A Zoo :

Our school broke up for the winter vacations. One day I went to Vandalur zoo with my friends. The entry was by tickets. We went up several steps to purchase the tickets. Then we entered the zoo.

We walked up and down. A deep canal ran parallel to the footpath. Beyond the canal there were small trees. The cages of the birds were hanging down the branches of the trees. Their multi-coloured feathers gleamed into sunlight.

Next we saw a small water pond with many kinds of birds swimming in it. It was interesting to see new birds in an enclosure. They twittered, chirped and whistled. They presented nature’s voice. It was pleasing indeed to hear them. We saw many birds there - sparrows, nightingales and owls of different colours set in the closed cage. The owls sat with closed eyes lost in thoughts. We bade a silent farewell to those philosophers among birds and walked on.

We visited the tigers, lions and bears shut in cages. We saw some hippos and also a rhino. We heared the loud roar of a lion. One tiger was in a fit of anger. The tiger was strong and handsome. I was reminded of Blake’s lines.

“What immortal hand or eye dare frame the fearful symmetry?"

Then we enjoyed a boat cruise. I enjoyed it most. We also saw many other fauna like crocodiles, snakes, frogs, fish ad a hundred other creatures. They all felt at home in the zoo. Last of all we saw different kinds of monkeys.

We passed many happy hours in the zoo. It was a pleasing experience for all of us.

A Visit to A Zoo


INTRODUCTIONAs per the requirement of our syllabus, we the class of second year B.ScBotany, on the 2


of February 2011, headed by our class teacher Mrs. Lalita T,

had gone on a educational visit to the “Empress garden” located

adjacent to thePune Solapur road, opposite to the race course, as seen on the map below:It is a huge garden in terms of area, it spreads over approximately 59 acres.The garden is more or less, a botanical park that boasts of being home to a numberof varieties of fruit bearing trees,

different species of plants…….

This beautiful garden is taken care by

the Agri Horticultural Society of Western India (AHSWI).

The Society has been managing the Empress Garden since 1880, with an aim tonurture and preserve flora of the region.The Society organizes annual flower shows and arranges various programsthroughout the year to create environmental awareness among people.The well landscaped garden consists of lush green lawns, abundant flora and fauna,play area for kids, and a snack shack. The park has a quaint stream of water flowingthroughout the garden, and is a delight for nature lovers.

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