February 10, 2024
Pathiramanal Island is a beautiful place on a lake. You can only reach it by boat. It's about 10 acres big and has many rare birds from all over the world. According to a story, it appeared when a young Brahmin went into the lake. The island is in Muhamma,
Alappuzha, Kerala. It has pretty views and many birds.
The island is about 13 kilometers from Alappuzha. It's close to Kumarakom. It's near Muhamma and Kulakkozhi Chira.
You can do fun things on Pathiramanal like ride boats and see birds. It's a good place to relax with family or even go for a honeymoon. But you can't stay overnight there. You could stay on a houseboat nearby instead.
Pathiramanal Island is famous for its lakes, backwaters, and views. It's best to visit from 6 am to evening. There's no place to stay there, but you can stay on a houseboat nearby.
Pictures of Pathiramanal Island show how pretty it is. People love to visit because of its beautiful nature.
Pathiramanal Bird Sanctuary
Nestled in the backwaters of Vembanad Lake, Pathiramanal Bird Sanctuary is a favorite spot for many birds from other countries.
People can go birdwatching on this pretty island, often called a "Bird watcher's paradise." Around ninety-one kinds of local birds and fifty types of migratory birds live here. Some of the birds you might see are Little Cormorants, Whistling Ducks, Pheasant-tailed
Jacanas, and many others.
Pathiramanal Bird Sanctuary is a beautiful home to special birds, making it a great place for bird enthusiasts.
The best time to visit the Sanctuary is during the migratory seasons, which usually happen in Winter (November to May).
The Sanctuary is open from 6:30 am to 5 pm, and the ticket price is Rs.50.
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April 30, 2022
Chambal River Safari – Bird list
A bunch of Painted storks chilling and chatting by the river banks 😉
Once we were on our tiny wooden boat, we could spot birds and crocodiles all around.
Gharial soaking the sun
It was a mecca of thriving diversity in front of our eyes. We were even lucky enough to spot a couple of Gangetic
river dolphins spinning and jumping gleefully.
Chambal river also boasts of different kinds of tortoises.
Indian softshell turtle
Our morning river safari at the Chambal River Sanctuary was from 9am – 1130 am . The birds we spotted within this span of 2.5 hours were –
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April 07, 2020
Kollero Lake- The Almost Lost Glory.
1. The Kolleru Wildlife Sanctuary in Andhra Pradesh, known for its rich bio-diversity, is under threat from illegal fishing tanks, industrial pollution and a number of other factors.The lake serves as a foraging ground for resident
as well as migratory birds. At present, 6,000 Spot-billed Pelicans, 5,000 Painted Storks and 5,000 Asian Openbills are estimated to be found in Kolleru. The lake also supports 63 species of fish.The Kolleru Lake plays a vital role in absorbing carbon, which
in turn, mitigates the effects of global warming. Currently, the emission of carbon into the atmosphere is a major global issue. This freshwater lake acts as a carbon sink similar to any other thick forest area. It also acts as a filter for pollutants released
as a result of industrial activity.
2. There is constant pressure from vested interests to encroach and destroy environmental hotspots like the unique Kolleru Lake, primarily for the production of food. But it is wetlands like this large freshwater lake and the
flora that it supports, that scrub and cleanse the effects of the Greenhouse gases being produced by encroaching urban development. The Kolleru Wildlife Sanctuary is also a second home for thousands of migratory birds that come here in winter. The lake provides
them the food required to take the long flight back to the area where they roost. All these birds will become extinct if the lake is destroyed. Reducing the wastage of food will reduce the demand for food production which in turn will reduce the pressure for
destruction of such hotspots.
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April 03, 2019
I visited Thol bird sanctuary early winter morning this year and saw more than 50 types of birds. it was amazing to see sunrise and many water birds,birds of prey and animals like wild hare,fox and nilgai.Few pics i have shared on this link https://www.viewbug.com/member/bhagyesh9
October 26, 2018
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is now known as Keoladeo National Park. The 29 square km park’s woods and man-made wetlands protect over 350 species of migratory and resident birds, including herons,
cormorants and eagles. It is also a World Heritage Site.
During the month of October, when this video was made, the resident birds are breeding. November onwards, the migratory birds start arriving.
As the park lies on the Central Asian Flyway of the Asia Pacific Global Migratory
Flyway, it is a staging / wintering ground for a large number of migratory waterfowls. The rare Siberian cranes used to winter in this park but this central population is now extinct. The
last Siberian Crane was seen here in 2002.
The sanctuary was created 250 years ago and is named after a Keoladeo (Shiva) temple within its boundaries. The park was a hunting ground for the Maharajas of Bharatpur, a tradition dating
back to 1850, and duck shoots were organised yearly in honour of the British viceroys.
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Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
October 12, 2018
Mountain pheasants are seen in the Himalayan region. In India they occur in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim and J&K. Neighboring countries like Pakistan and Afghanistan also have
some. Pheasants are the Winged guardians of Mountainscapes. Pheasants are the species of birds to which our national bird, the peacock, belongs.
Pheasants are an indicator species for the health of our mountains. About a third of all the pheasants in the world are found in India. While many pheasants have been reduced to birds for
captive breeding (like the jungle fowl) or as game birds in the US and Europe, several parts of Asia still have the wild population. Seeing a tragopan in the wild can be compared only to seeing a tiger in the wild for the first time. The round black-bordered
white spots or ocelli on the tragopan's feathers make it look like the King of Birds studded with diamonds all over. No wonder the local names for the tragopan are "Jewar" and "Sonalu". The tragopan is the state bird of Himachal Pradesh.
The beautiful monal pheasant, 'the bird of nine colours', is the state bird for nd Uttarakhand and Nepal. Monal feathers used to adorn the Kinnaur Caps of wealthy persons. Now their use
is banned officially.
The birds cannot be viewed as game birds as most of the Western community does but these birds are the winged guardians of our mountainscapes. The pheasants are more than just beautiful
birds, for they also have scientific value for environmentalists and ecologists. Years of research have shown that Himalayan pheasants are mostly found in moist, temperate forests where there is a thriving community of oak trees. Oaks are important in ecological
terms because they grow only in forests that are mature with plenty of healthy undergrowth in the form of vibrant grasses and bushes and a wide array of specialized tree species. After establishing the close link between oak trees and pheasants, ecologists
have reached the conclusion that a fall in pheasant population mirrors an adverse change in the mature forest habitat.
The hills and valleys of the Himalayan ranges are the only areas left in the world where these exotic birds species still exist in their natural surroundings. Western Tragopan, Himalayan
Monal, Cheer, Koklass and Khaleej - the mountainscapes exist because they exist. Anyone living in the mountains will vouch for the Himalayan Monal whose calls warn the ground dwelling animals like musk deer, tahr and bear of approaching hunters /poachers.
It is high time we removed the tag of game birds from pheasants.
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Sarahan-a Sanctuary for mountain birds
February 21, 2016
Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur, also known as Ghana Bird Sanctuary, is one of the best bird sanctuaries in the world.
The name Keoladeo comes from the temple of Lord Shiva which is located in that area. And Ghana means ‘dense’. The sanctuary is a heaven for animal lovers and bird watchers.
The park is open throughout the year, although, the best experience of watching the migratory birds and pythons, comes in the winter months from mid October to February. December is considered to be the ideal month for bird watching as a plethora of birds can
The park allows the visitors to hire bicycles and rickshaws for the tour.
A narrow road, fit for cycling, winds its way throughout the park surrounded by dense green forest.
A sweet chirping of various birds can be heard in the magnificence of the forest. A large variety of birds can be seen basking in the sun, feeding the chicks, soaring high in the sky, plunging into the water bodies for fishes.
Along with the umpteen birds, mammals such as the Spotted Deer and Nilgais can be spotted.
On our visit, in September this year, a male Spotted Deer stag was seen crossing the road. It stood there for a few seconds, flaunting its majestic body, and then disappeared in the bushes.
A Nilgai was spotted running through the swamp waters, creating a sudden ruckus which alarmed the birds around the place. The then serene scene was filled with boisterous chirping and splashing of water in no time.
Frogs can be heard croaking around the muddy and still water of the marsh. Snails can be easily and abundantly found in the bogs.
The best thing about the park is the independency for the tourists. There are no limitations in the safari timings and zones. A person can go anywhere and can stay in the park until the sun sets. Guides, possessing an ample amount of knowledge about the flora
and fauna and about the park, can be hired accordingly by paying an extra amount along with the tickets and bicycle charge.
The park is a bliss for the wildlife enthusiasts and is one of the must visit places in Rajasthan.
January 23, 2016
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