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G.T.V. RESORT
     BANDHAVGARH

    INDIA, PIN - 484661
Phone: +91 7627 265 314
Cell:     +91 94 2433 8319
            +91 94 2497 3602
            +91 94 2472 2414
            +91 80 8552 4472

       
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Birding in Bandhavgarh :-

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Bandhavgarh has large species of rare and migratory birds. Know more about the common and rarest birds found in bandhavgarh wildlife sanctuary in India

Bandhavgarh has four species of vultures and another two hundred and fifty species of its winged breath the mighty Flyers – the Bird

Bandhavgarh National Park is also famous for bird watching. It has more than 250 bird species. The main bird species at bandhavgarh national park are white browed fantails, steppe eagles, green pigeons, grey malabar hornbills, black and white malabar hornbills (quite a rare sighting), blossom headed parakeets, parakeets, blue bearded bee eaters, green bee eaters, white bellied drongos, owls, Jerdon's and gold fronted leaf birds, minivets, woodshrikes and the lovely paradise flycatchers.

There are 250 bird species belonging to 53 families in Bandhavgarh National Park, India. Among them 138 are resident, 26 are local migrants and 86 are migrants. Bamera, Garhpuri, Majhauli, and Khitauli reservoirs with Rajbahera, Chakrdhara, Sheshsaiya, Bhitari are the best place to do birding in and around Bandhavgarh forest area. Among current 3 zones of Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, Magdhi and Khitauli zones are considered good for birdwatching.

Bandhavgarh national park lacted in the Vindha Mountain Range of Central india. The national; park is urrounded by ancient hill which used to be ruled by Maharaj's of Rewa. The forest formation of Bandhavgarh national park is dominated by Sal and bamboos. The national park is famous all around the world for the wild tigers and is probably one of the best place to see wild tigers. The national park has got the highest population of tiger density in the world. there are around 250 species of birds recored at this national park. The only way to acces the national park is by jeep safaris and walking around is strictly prohibited. The park is closed for monsoons from july to october. Some of the good species of birds white napped woodpeckers, red junglefowl, red and painted spurfowl, long billed vultures. Not only these birds you can spot the variets of birds such as Oriental daeter, wolly neck strok, white eyed buzzard, changeable hawk eagle, bonelli's, steppe and grey headsed fish eagles, red headed vulture, creasted serpent eagles, ospery, eurasian hobby, painted francolin, jungle bush quail, barred buttonquail, sarus crane, eurasian thick knee, yellow wattled lapwing, chestnut bellied and painted francolin, jungle bushquail, barred buttonquail, oriental turtle, red collared and emerald doves, alexandrine and plim headed parakeets, pied, indian, grey bellied and drongo cuckoos, sirkeer malkoha collard scops owl, grey, indian and savanna night jars, crested treeswifts, strok billed kingfisher, indian grey hornbill, rufous streak throated and yellow crowned woodpeckers, indian bushlark, wire tailed swallows, brown and bay backed shrikes, white bellied and greater racket tailed drongos, chestnut tailed and brahminy starlings, large cuckooshrike, long tailed minivet, golden fronted leafbird, puff throated, Indian scimitar, tawny bellied and yellow eyed babblers, brown cheeked fulvetta, asian brown ultramarine, sulphur bellied dusky, hume's, brook's leaf and greenish warblers, siberian rubythroat, grey bushchat, blue capped and blue rocknuthatch and many more......... Along with the birds you can spot these wild animals at Bandhavgarh National Park tiger, chital, grey langur, flying fox, sambar, muntjac, wild boar, nilgai, chinkara, jackle, jungle cat, ruddy, sloth bear, black napped hare, indian fox, wolf, dhole, indian civet, Indian porcupine, honey badger, toddy cat and many more ....

:: Bird List at Bandhavgarh:-
1. Indian Peafowl 47. Black Redstart 48. Brahminy Starling
2. Plum Headed Parakeet 48. Brown Fish Owl
3. Orange Headed Thrush 49. Yellow Footed Green Pigeon
4. Coppersmith Barbet 50. Malabar Pied Hornbill
5. Common Myna 51. Common Kestrel
6. Alexandrine Parakeet 52. White Throated Fantail Flycatcher
7. Indian Grey Hornbill 53. Rufous Woodpecker
8. Rock Pigeon 54. Sapphire Flycatcher
9. House Crow 55. Changeable Hawk Eagle (Cirrhatus)
10. Carrion Crow 56. Oriental Turtle Dove
11. Little Egret 57. White Rumped Vulture
12. Cattle Egret 58. Lesser Kestrel
13. Great Egret 59. Large Cuckoo shrike
14. Black Drongo 60. Pied Bush chat
15. Pond Heron 61. Black Winged Cuckooshrike
16. Common Snipe 62. Black Rumped Flameback Woodpecker
17. Black Winged Stilt 63. House Sparrow
18. Red-wattled Lapwing 64. Golden Oriole
19. Greater Coucal 65. Rose Ringed Parakeet
20. Oriental Magpie Robin 66. Paddy Field Pipit
21. Indian Roller 67. Dusky Crag Martin
22. Indian Robin 68. Long Tailed Shrike
23. Eurasian Collared Dove 69. Black Ibis
24. Hoopoe 70. White Necked Stork
25. Sirkeer Malkoha 71. Purple Sunbird
26. Large Billed Crow 72. Giant Leaf bird
27. White Browed Fantail Flycatcher 73. Tickle’s Flowerpecker
28. Yellow Crowned Woodpecker 74. Little Cormorant
29. Rufus Treepie (Normal And Pallida) 75. Little Brown Dove
30. Lesser Adjutant stork 76. White Tailed Swallow
31. Oriental White Eye 77. Jungle Babbler
32. Olive Backed Pipit 78. Shikra
33. Spotted Dove 79. Jungle Myna
34. White Throated Kingfisher 80. Common Tailorbird
35. Red Rumped Swallow 81. Red Collared Dove
36. Lesser Whistling Teal 82. Red Necked Vulture
37. Common Kingfisher 83. Painted Francolin
38. Black Stork 84. Eurasian Thick Knee
39. Green Bee-Eater 85. Common Sandpiper
40. Greater Racket Tailed Drongo 86. Lesser Spotted Eagle
41. Red Vented Bulbul 87. Greater Whistling Teal
42. Long Billed Vulture 88. Greater Cormorant
43. Grey Capped Pigmy Woodpecker 89. Pied Kingfisher
44. Brown Headed Barbet 90. Laughing dove
45. Chestnut Shouldered Petronia 91. Bonillo’s Eagle
46. Crested Serpent Eagle 92. Dark Black Crow


 
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