Birding in Bandhavgarh

Birding In Bandhavgarh

According to the reports from Government of India, around 240 avifaunal are found in the forest of Bandhavgarh. Avi-fauna of Vindhya ranges which is how people refer to as Bandhavgarh forest when it comes to birding. The area lying by the side of the streams and marshes are known to have the richest habitats of bird. The beauty of Bandhavgarh is not limited to birds only but the woodlands, grasslands, cliffs and hills add qui-essential exquisiteness to this amazing piece of land.

The 240 avifaunal include vultures, cormorants, ducks, herons, birds of prey, kingfishers, egrets, storks, barbets, flycatchers, hornbills and barbets. Bandhavgarh forest is not only for habitat, exquisite birds like Sarus Cranes visit this land for the purpose of breeding during monsoon and can be seen in the surrounding up to the month of November.

Bandhavgarh Forest has a bird watching point located at hilltop near the Bandhavgarh Fort; this is the best spot to witness the birding in Bandhavgarh. This point leverages the viewer with a picturesque view that makes a place for itself in the hearts of the people. From this point photographers can click pictures at the eye level of the birds and also capture some vivid memories.

Let’s take a stroll over the wide variety of birding in Bandhavgarh:

Indian Pond Heron: one of the most common birds of India, you can spot an Indian Pond Heron in the remotest corner of the country with great ease.

Great Cormorant: These are the beautiful black birds. You can spot them near water bodies. Lakes, sea and ponds are their common habitats.

Lesser Adjutant Stork: These are on the verge of extinction but you can spot them with great ease in the Bandhavgarh forest. There are the heritage of the forest.

Indian Roller: One of the most beautiful bird you will ever come across. This one bird is going to leave you spell bound with its amazing exquisiteness and demeanors.

Racket-tailed Drango: Racket-tailed Drango is known for its weird body structure. A large head, long legs and glossy black color are simply not so common in birds.

Birding In Bandhavgarh

White Breasted Kingfisher: It is the bird with a loud call. You can spot this beautiful bird near water bodies catching fishes and insects. It is this bird that makes birding in Bandhavgarh diverse and beautiful.

Asian Paradise Flycatcher: Being the state bird of Madhya Pradesh, Asian Paradise Flycatcher has a special place in the hearts of people here. The male bird has a silvery body while the female bird enjoys a metallic black body with long feather like tails. Asian Paradise Flycatcher has redefined the perspective of people about Birding in Bandhavgarh.

Changeable Hawk Eagle: the most graceful eagle you will ever come across. They have a prominent white band that adds another level of exquisiteness to their picturesque posture. These are the noisy birds with a shrilling voice. They have an innocuous love for poultry but they generally feed on quails, small mammals and reptiles.

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