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A pair of Nilgiri Torrent Darts (Euphaea dispar) connected in the heart-shaped mating wheel. One of the most brightly-coloured damselflies we have in India.

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Nameri Eco Camp is the most famous place to stay at Nameri and the forest department office is right next door. But there are a few other options to stay as well. The Jia Bhorelli Wild Resort is the quite highly rated on TripAdvisor, and I have personally stayed there and would definitely recommend it.

Vineet Kurien Great info. Thanks

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A flock of Greylag Geese (Anser anser) clicked while on a boat ride down the Jia Bhoreli river.

Rajan R D Nice click..can you please elaborate on safari system for Nameri? How did you do the trip?

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Pranad Patil @Rajan, in Nameri, you do not have vehicle safaris. You can do walking trails in the national park (options of full day or half day) or a boat ride down the river. For both, booking is done at the forest department office, which is next to Nameri Eco Camp (which is quite famous).

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The forgotten king ST-6 at sariska. He surely hates being a vegan

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Santosh Verma Fantastic

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Samanvay Bhutani Rajan R D - This is May'17

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Rufous-bellied Woodpecker
Pangot, April 8th, 2017
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Manish Walia Thank u all for like n comments..

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lilac-breasted roller

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Gulnar Vij Love the perch.. it's an extremely beautiful bird!

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Arun Ahuja thanks guys, yes gulnar it looks stunning

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We took a flight to Delhi and then drove to Bharatpur which took us around 4 hours. We paid an entry fee of Rs. 75 per person. You're only allowed to take your car till Shanti Kutir where you can pay and park. Thereon, you can travel by foot, on bicycle or by an auto rickshaw. We spent a total of 4 days in Bharatpur.