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Your Host and Resident Naturalist

Tirath Singh
Laxmi Mudgal, The Birder's InnAn Arts Graduate from Rajasthan and a diploma holder in Nature & Wildlife Interpretation, these days Tirath may be found polishing his knowledge in Keoladeo National Park or overseeing The Birder's Inn. He is passionate about wildlife and wilderness and over the past decade has guided many wildlife and cultural groups for local and overseas tour companies such as Indian Nature Tours, Natural Focus Safaris Australia, Cox & Kings UK, International Expeditions USA, Eco Expeditions USA and the Boston Museum of Science, USA. Tirath also has assisted a number of filming teams on their shoots throughout India. He has explored many of the major National Parks and Sanctuaries of the Indian Sub-Continent and is a keen amateur nature photographer. Tirath and his enthusiastic team look forward to welcoming you to The Birder's Inn.

Our Resident Naturalists

Lakshmi Mudgal
Perhaps no one knows Bharatpur better than Lakshmi (or Panditji), who was born in Bharatpur's Jatoli village located inside the national park. He started voluntary work with the Forest Department in 1976, was involved in the Bharatpur Bird Census and began an official post with the department in 1982. He has delivered a lecture at the University of Kent on Tourism & Conservation: 'Changing character of Keoladeo Ghana' and wrote a paper on 'Geese of Keoladeo' for Sanctuary Magazine. In 1984, Lakshmi did a study on Lesser Florican and Indian Bustard for Tourism & Wildlife Society of India and later received a citation from the Rajasthan Govt. Lakshmi has assisted many overseas research projects on Wetland Ecology and the Proctection of Birds and International Waterfowl Research. He has also spent 3 years in Ramthambore National Park as a naturalist.

Brijendra Singh
A walking encyclopaedia on birds, plants, reptiles and much more, Brijendra's immense knowledge of birdlife and flora is second to none. Over the past 25 years he has assisted many famous Ornithologists on their particular research projects in Keoladeo, working along side the likes of Dr Salim Ali, world renowned raptor expert William 's Clark, Dr. Lalita Vijayan (study on Siberian Cranes) and Prof. P.Sunder Murti for on Nesting of Land birds. Brijendra is the first person to identify the nest of the Indian Spotted Eagle in Keoladeo National Park. He has also studied the breeding habits of Harriers in Velavadar in Gujarat. Even though having not completed his High School, Brijendra received an offer from a leading University as a Guest Lecturar due to his vast knowledge in identifying and documenting around 350 species of plants in and around Bharatpur.  

Lakshmi, Brijendra or another resident naturalist will accompany you as you explore the park.


Tirath Singh
Managing Director

The Birder's Inn
Bird Sanctuary Road
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