Day 4 of the programme included a trip to Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary, New Delhi. We were given a guided tour of the ‘medicinal plant’ section and the ‘butterfly garden’. There were many interesting plants in the ‘medicinal plant’ section including plants that help in bone fracture and muscle cramps (hadjod) and constituents of green tea (lemon grass, ashwagandha and ajwain). The butterfly garden consisted of several flower beds for various species of butterflies to lay eggs. Some butterflies spotted were the tiger butterfly and lime butterfly. An insect house was also spotted that helps attract insects, which in turn render important ecosystem services, e.g. pollination. The trip concluded with our guide teaching us an eco-game- to walk like a caterpillar.