Department of Forests & Wildlife has developed a 5.7 acre green area in Sector-39 as Peacock Park .This area is full of vegetation and a promising habitat for peafowls.The area has been fenced from all sides to provide a secluded place for resting and breeding of our National Bird.
The objective of management in this park is to provide safe resting place to peafowls which does not have any human disturbance.
Adequate arrangement has been made for provision of water for the birds inside the park in the form of artificial ponds.The area has been fenced from all sides to provide a secluded place for resting and breeding of our National Bird.
You can hear the loud cries of these magnificent birds that often pay locals a visit, especially during the rains.
Today, the park is having presence of good number of peafowls, who have made it their preferred shelter.
Chief Conservator of Forests & Chief Wild Life Warden is the Head of the Department. There is one post of Conservator of Forests & two posts of Deputy Conservator of Forests viz.