Ghani got his first pair of binoculars at the age of seven from his father and began identifying birds in Bharatpur. In his early years he spent time counting birds with researchers from ecology and environment organisations. By the age of 17, Ghani began leading birding tours to Himalaya, then spent ten years watching birds and wildlife across north and central India.
Ghani is considered one of the youngest birders to be registered with the Forest Department of Rajasthan with a bird count of over 800 birds species. Every year, Ghani leads numerous British, American, Dutch, French wildlife and birding guests across north and central India.
Although Ghani uses Vanguard binoculars and telescope but he prefers to “bird-by-ear” as much as he can.