The Faculty of Agricultural Sciences organized a visit for students of B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture to “Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary (Conservation Education Centre), New Delhi” on 21.09.2017. This is the only man-made sanctuary of the India which falls in the Aravali hill range and spread over an area of 6814 acres in south-eastern part of Delhi. The sanctuary plays a major role in absorbing pollution and acts as a carbon sink, thus, providing pollution free air to the citizen of Delhi. The students also . . . . . . visited Quarry Lake (earlier used for mining) situated in the sanctuary which supports a large number of aquatic bird species. The place has wonderful faunal diversity including species from small invertebrates to large mammals such as Nilgai, blackbuck, spotted deer, jackal, common mongoose, small Indian civet, etc. There were over 200 species of both migratory and resident birds. Some of the birds students saw, were: Grey Francolin, Painted Sandgrouse, Spotted Owlet, etc. In Butterfly Park there were many species of differently coloured butterflies.