Mokarsagar - The Eden garden of more than one hundred species of waterbirds, the ideal candidate to be the Ramsar site, the birding destination - easily approachable from National highway as well as coastal highway stands out of other wetlands of Porbandar. Mokarsagar is a name given to group of several wetlands situated in around villages like Kuchhadi, Zavar, Chhaya, Odedar, Ratanpar, Vanana, Ranghavav, Bhorasa, Dharampur, Gosa, Narvai, Bhad, Lushala, Navagam, Tukda, Mokar, Pipliya. The Mokarsagar wetland complex is a group of wetlands incl. Kuchhadi, Subhashnagar, Zavar, Kurly I, Karly II, Vanana, Dharampur, Gosabara, Mokarsagar and Amipur. The huge area of more than 200 sq. Km., the source of fresh water for many farmers and villagers is really a lifeline for people and wetland dependent biodiversity including birds, reptiles, insects and mammals.
Porbandar Bird Sanctuary is located amid the city of Porbandar flaunting the co-existence of man and nature. Spread over an area of 9 ha., this unique water dwelling, surrounded by trees was affirmed as a sanctuary in the year 1988. The splendorous beauty of the place though not reflecting any emergent vegetation is enriched by the migratory birds visiting this area every year. The feathered creatures with their harmonious twitters and chirrups identify this area as a popular destination for birders. Water birds are often seen splashing in the freshwater lake while the sky touching flights of certain birds likes gulls. It is easy to catch a close glimpse of the birds residing and nesting in this area.
The Kuchhadi wetland is located 13 km far from Porbandar city towards Dwarka Highway. Kucchadi and Javar are two different villages but share same rain dependent water filled wetland. Kuchhadi is the best place to watch fishing Pelicans like Mokarsagar. Rocky plains and scrubs of the kuchhadi are favourite nesting grounds for larks, lapwings, coursers, stone plover and stone curlew.