Thol Lake is a fake lake close Thol town in Kadi in Mehsana District in the Indian territory of Gujarat. It was built as a water system tank in 1912. It is a crisp water lake encompassed by bogs. It was pronounced the Thol Bird Sanctuary in 1988; it is a living space to 150 types of winged animals, about 60% are waterbirds. Numerous transitory feathered creatures home and breed in the lake and its outskirts. The two most conspicuous types of winged animals recorded in the asylum are flamingoes and sarus crane Grus antigone.
The haven is additionally proposed to be announced an Eco-Sensitive Zone, complying with the Environment Protection Act, 1986 29 of 1986, for which draft notice has been readied. The lake depletes a catchment zone of 15,500 hectares 38,000 acres. It is in a semi-parched zone of the Mehsana region with predominance of dry deciduous vegetation. The lake is arranged close Thol town 20 kilometers 12 mi from Kalol and 40 kilometers 25 mi north-west of Ahmedabad, 75 kilometers 47 mi from Mehsana in Mehsana District.