Indian wildlife offers diverse
opportunity for watching birds in the Indian wildlife national parks
and bird sanctuaries. Take wildlife travel tours to enjoy bird
watching, bird photography to the famous Indian bird sanctuaries
that holds the attractions of more then 10,000 bird species,
including the wold famous Siberian Cranes, Indian Myna, Indian Shag,
Sarus and much more.
known as the Indian cormorant, the Indian shag is found almost
throughout the Indian subcontinent excluding the higher reaches
of the Himalayas and on the island country of Sri Lanka.
The Darter, also known as the Snake-bird because of its long
slender snake-like neck crowned with a velvety brown head is
another bird commonly found on the water bodies throughout the
Bee eaters as known to most as small, brightly colored,
tropical Old World coraciiform birds (birds with a strong, sharp
bill, fused front toes, and usually bright coloration including-
kingfishers, hornbills and bee-eaters).
The bird is found throughout the greater part of the Indian
subcontinent including the islands of andaman, Nicobar, Sri
Lanka and the Maldives. It roams in solitude among its favorite
haunt- the reedy marshes.
at the height of a village hen, the little egret can be found
all over the Indian subcontinent. It is very much like the large
egret and displays the same cunning nature while standing in
marshes, water ponds, rivers and tidal mudflats.
bird is found in great congregations on jheels and lagoons, it
is white or rose tinged with a tuft of yellow feathers on the
breast, has a slight crest and the feathers of the forehead end
in a point above the bill.
is one of the birds that can never fail to catch your attention.
A brilliant turquoise blue with deep chocolate-brown head, neck
and under parts, a long bright red kingfisher-like
bill and white front catches immediate attention.