Karachi: Bahria Town Karachi opened doors of a unique project The Chirpy Park this Friday evening. All of 1.1 acre of this exotic park is home to 600plus birds of 47 different species of local and international exotic birds. The inaugural event was attended by the management and residents of Bahria Town Karachi and members of media.
Reflecting the look and feel of Amazonian forests, The Chirpy Park captures the beauty and serenity of a natural environment at its finest. The chirpy park is set up in botanical garden settings with over 600 exotic birds, ambient music, calming light system and fog effect.
Visitors can witness and feed different species of Cockatoos, Macaws, Pheasants, Finches, Lorikeets, and Parakeets along with Gray Parrots, Bulbuls, Asian Koels, Starlings, Canaries, Flamingoes and many more.
A Souvenir Shop is also available in the premises for guests to get mementos that will remind them of their visit for months to come.
Even though there are several bird aviaries in the country but The Chirpy Park is unique not only for the collection of exotic birds but also the development of diverse plant habitat, the overall ambient sounds, lighting and fog effect. It is as much a treat for adults as for the kids who can now experience the birds in their natural habitat and gain a fortune in learning and experience.
This masterpiece is a reflection of the vision of Chairman and CEO of Bahria Town and a gift for the people of Pakistan but that is not all. Bahria Town Karachi has already presented the remarkable projects such as Pakistan’s first international standard theme park, Pakistan’s first day and night zoo DanZoo, Pakistan’s first 36 hole golf club, the Eiffel Tower, the Carnival whereas Pakistan’s largest cricket stadium, world’s third largest mosque Grand Jamia Mosque, 7 star hotel are in the final stages of completion and will be open for public soon.