Get ready to witness India’s first-ever interactive bird park in Mumbai where celebrity birds will give you a sneak-peak into their colourful lives. Today, let’s take you on a virtual tour of Essel World Bird Park. By Amitha Ameen

 

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We cannot deny that artists have been our saving grace during this lockdown. From binge-watching our favourite shows to closely following our favourite celebrities on social media, there has never been a better virtual escape than this. Now, there is a new genre of artists who are ready to take us on a fun and entertaining virtual journey. Keep scrolling to know more!

For the first time ever Essel World Bird Park – India’s first interactive bird park in Mumbai is bringing to us a unique new concept where they will be conducting live sessions with their exotic celebrity birds called – Celebirdies.

 

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This interesting session will follow bird handlers as they walk through the park, spotting free-flying birds. The star attraction of the session will be ‘Kick’, the Green-Winged Macaw who’s the first celebirdy that will go live with the bird handlers. Viewers can enjoy watching the majestic bird while listening to interesting facts and stories about tropical jungles.

Viewers can also enjoy a live chat session with renowned celebrity vet specialist, Dr Rina Dev who has been associated with Essel World Bird Park since the time of its inception and knows each celebirdy well.

 

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Considering how we have all stayed indoors, spending time amid nature, albeit virtually, and listening to the sounds of birds will most certainly be a welcome change for all of us. If you are excited about this unique experience, head to @esselworldbirdpark on Instagram and catch your favourite celebirdies on July 14 from 04:00 pm onwards.

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