Jakkur Lake tour – 29th June 2014

As a part of the lake awareness campaign, a tour of Jakkur Lake has been organised by the Narasipura Lake team. All are welcome.

Date: Sunday 29th June 2014

Time: 7:15am (at Jakkur lake near STP gate)

(http://wikimapia.org/4129931/Jakkur-Lake-Paradise-for-Birds ) 

Water expert Mr Vishwanath will help you understand lake rejuvenation and its effect on biodiversity.

Please make your own arrangements to reach Jakkur Lake. Those going from Vidyaranyapura and Doddabommasandra can meet at 6:30am near Venkateshwara Temple, IEHCS Layout to plan car/bike pooling and proceed to Jakkur Lake.

Some guidelines
1. Carry your own water & light snacks, avoid plastic as there are no bins by the lake.
2. Wear comfortable shoe as you can be walking past to a well that passes a farm with loose mud & you need to walk for 2-3 Km
3. Own caps, sun glass & camera is a must.
4. If u have a smart phone you may download the link https://jakkurlake.jux.com/ to get an application about the lake.


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