Take a Tour with Colourful and Melodious Birds

Take a Tour with Colourful and Melodious Birds

Take a Tour with Colourful and Melodious Birds

Take a Tour with Colourful and Melodious Birds

 

Take a Tour with Colourful and Melodious Birds. India, the colorful country also takes pride being declared the home of more than 1200 species. Enter this beautiful country and experience the joy of watching the most sought after birds. One always wants to see the places which have been judged and liked by others. Putting this into consideration let me add that Bharatpur bird sanctuary of India has been declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985.

Most people distinguish between maximum 10 birds. They have no idea about how much fun can it be to watch more than thousand birds and their different colours. Corbett National park can help you watch all this and discover a lot more. Your wildlife information can be multi fold once you add all these birds in your wildlife dictionary.

Not only the dense forests of India the ideal location for various animals, even the atmosphere and healthy air attracts several birds in different parts of world to come and stay here in India. The bird safaris included in the India Wildlife Tour or Corbett National Park Short Birding Tour is no less enjoyable than other wildlife tours.

To add some more fun, always take a camera on such tours. The birds you may see might not be available at other times. Capture the beautiful views in your cam and it will be a lifelong crystal clear memory. The famous species include Flamingoes, Ferns, Petrels, Shearwaters, Hornbills, and Pigeons etc. Let us talk about them in details.

Some Facts: * India has over 1250 species of birds and 925 breeding species (920 residents). * India possesses 13 bio-geographical regions including Western Ghats, Eastern and Western Himalayas, Central India, Gangetic Plain etc. * Indian subcontinent has proudly grabbed 13 percent of total bird species found in India. * Indian birds are categorised into 16 groups called ‘orders’ which are further divided into ‘Families’, ‘Sub-families’ and ‘Genera’.

If we take a look at the highlights, it is pleasant to find that the largest and the most beautiful bird are found in the Indian subcontinent. The title of the largest bird is given to Sarus Crane (equivalent to the height of a man) and Himalayan Bearded Vulture (with more than 8 feet wingspan). On the opposite, the smallest bird is Tickell’s Flowerpecker which can be compared to a thumb. Peacock, the national bird of India is most colourful bird. Last but not least, the interesting one and the best talker is Hill Myna.

 

 

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