Birding

Birding

Bandhavgarh forest is well represented in terms of rich avi-fauna of Vindhya ranges. The riparian vegetation along streams and marshes is particularly rich as natural habitation of bird life. Apart from this, Bandhavgarh has a variety of habitats, woodlands, grasslands, high hills, cliffs and ponds, catering to the needs of different bird species both resident and migratory. Around 240 avifaunal species are found here. This includes birds of prey, vultures, grebes, cormorants, ducks, kingfishers, herons, egrets, storks, hornbills, barbets, woodpeckers, flycatchers and many others. Sarus cranes visit the Reserve for breeding during monsoon and may be seen up to November. Their is a special bird-watching point at hill-top where Bandhavgarh fort is located. From this point one can have scenic overview of Bandhavgarh forest and can do photography of birds flying at their eye-level. Similarly close to water sources, inside Tiger Reserve, one can have chance to do birdwatching, especially in early morning hours of morning park safari. Bird watching point at 

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