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Time: March 25, 2018 from 10am to 4pm
Event Type: weekend, jam, penciljammers, penciljam, sketching, club, bangalore, india, drawing, painting, bengaluru, conservation, illustration, event, science, bannerghatta, badgers, friendsofelephants
Organized By: Penciljam
Latest Activity: Mar 22, 2018
This weekend is all about elephants, (not badgers!!)
The People behind Bannerghatta's Badger have invited us for a unique experience. We will be introduced to the elephant and its ecosystem :)
Our destination is a field station.
So pull that curious cat out the bag and question, draw, paint and journal away!
It is a Science Research and Education Field Station situated at “BIG BARN” Farm House in the north-western part of Bannerghatta National Park, in a village named Kesserguppe, along the park’s edge.
"The geographical landscape from Bannerghatta to Kodagu district forms a contiguous habitat for the Asian Elephant and other critical species from the West to the East of the southern peninsular, encompassing an area of almost 15,000 km sq ."
BIG BARN” Farm House in the north-western part of Bannerghatta National Park,in a village named Kesserguppe
Timing: 10am - 4pm
No of people : 10-15 max. (First come, first serve basis - please)
(This is our first event at this location, we will ensure we have more jams here in the future)
Catered veg food at the location with a minimal fee per head. Approx. 100/- per head.
Please carry water and snacks. (please do not litter)
IMPORTANT - Confirmation required:
Please RSVP to attend this event
Leave a comment below with your name. We have to give a head count to BB on Friday.
If you want to car pool or have space in your car please leave details in the comment.
We will share a link to a whats app group closer to the date to help communicate with other jammers.
WhatsApp group link
Fun Elephant dung fact :D
"In the middle of a water-body a wag-tail uses elephant dung to perch and this helps the bird to explore water-based small prey. Constant perching of the bird is one of the reasons for decay of the dung and the same becomes an important source of mineral"