Unique and diverse typography of Kumarakom is domestic to some of the atypical variances of birds. This 14-acre bird sanctuary is sprawling at the jap banks of the Vembanad Lake. As per the reality, the bird sanctuary become in advance a tree plantation. Alfred George Baker laid the rules of Kumarakom village and the chook sanctuary through reclaiming 500 acres of wetlands from the Vembanad lake during the 1840s. Later, the descendent of Baker, Henry advanced this hen sanctuary and made it more attractive to draw tourists. formerly, the bird sanctuary became famous by the call of Baker's estate. A sizeable kind of birds which includes endangered species like waterfowl, egret, heron, cormorant and Brahminy kite may be spotted right here. A enjoyment walk through the luxurious green woodland will display tourists the quality of Kumarakom. A cruise alongside the Vembanad Lake is the exceptional way to enjoy the sanctuary.