The main aim is to guide our children in exploring nature.
While this popular hobby provides lifelong enjoyment, it also holds many profound benefits which include:
Exercising observation skills
Increased ability to focus on tasks
Provides relaxation and stress relief opportunities
Positive peer socialization activities
Reinforcing various academic concepts

The club was INAUGURATED BY Mr. MATHEW ABRAHAM (Educational Advisor, Board of Directors for Indian Schools in Oman) IN MARCH 2010
Mr. Abraham addressed the students of the club by giving a power point presentation and briefed them on bird watching.    

First observation was on April 8th 2010.

The students of class IX of the school gathered in the campus very early in the morning .Students were ready with their cameras and binoculars .They were able to observe many types of birds like parrot, collared dove, rock pigeons, eagle using binoculars. They also saw weaver birds in action and took photographs of these beautiful creatures without disturbing them.

The field trip for the month of May was to Al Baleed Park and Mangroove area.

Students clicked shots of crested larks, swans, koels and took videos of the various aquatic birds there. In the Mangrove area they spotted beautiful white and pink coloured flamingoes and sea gulls in groups. Excited , students clicked photos of  these wonderful creations  of God silently without disturbing their movement.
Students of class IX and X interested in the above hobby were asked to report in the school campus on 12th of October 2011 at 4 pm. Teachers briefed them about this exciting hobby which can also be educative developing their knowledge on the diversity, structure and identification of birds. They took a trip around the campus clicking shots of the common birds of Salalah. They were asked to prepare albums on the birds of Salalah. Based on the interest shown by them, they were selected and there are 22 students enrolled in the club.
The senior students of the club along with the teacher in charge Mrs. Prema and Mrs. Raji Varkey accompanied the exchange programme students to Queen Sheeba’s Palace for another trip. There again they were able to see the flamingoes and some water birds . They were thrilled to see these rare birds and captured their beauty. The search came to an end around 6 pm when they had to get back to Salalah and students are awaiting many more such beautiful moments.