Flore Fauna


The natural vegetation around the school is rich and lush green during rains. Once rains are over this vegetation starts drying up. By the time summer approaches it looks barren and the green cover vanishes. This is an adaptation in the plants to survive difficult conditions like scarcity of water and extreme summers. The flora within the campus remains green throughout the year as it has been planted by developers and taken care by special gardening staff. As in Aug 2010, approximately 90 species of plants have been planted on Orchid campus. One can enjoy soothing breeze where beautiful ornamental plants are seen.


The students of all the classes are exposed appropriately to the rich flora and fauna as part of the curricular activities in different subjects like social studies and the sciences. They undertake various interesting projects based on the natural habitat to gain a deeper understanding of our enchanting world as also to develop sensitivity towards our natural environment and ecology


The campus has a plethora of fauna with varieties of avifauna, insects, reptiles, amphibians, crustacean’s etc. approximately 71 species of birds have been seen in the span of one year viz. June 2009 to June 2010. These species include resident as well as resident migratory species. To name a few – Mynas, Bulbuls, Nilgiri flycatcher, Golden Oriole, Sunbirds, Bee eaters, Cuckoos, Doves, Kites, Swift, Martin, Weaver bird, Indian roller, Egrets, Wagtails, Peafowl, Spotted Munia, Shrikes, Coot duck, Ibis, Partridge, Herons etc. Insects like beetle, moth and different types of butterflies etc. are seen.


Among the reptiles we have snakes which include venomous and non-venomous species, lizards, Gecko etc. The species of snakes are - Indian Cobra, Saw Scaled Viper, Python, Rat Snake, Sand Boa, Common Krait, Russell’s Viper, Green Vine Snake etc. Many varieties of frogs, earthworms, crabs, spiders, ants, centipedes, mollusks and scorpions can be spotted. About 57 types of plant species are available on campus.

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