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Keoladeo National Park

07 Jul 2018

11 Jul 2018


Kalyan, Maharashtra, India

2 travelers

2 travelers


Birding, I along with my wife are planning to visit Bharatpur for birding, will be happy if any of you can provide any pointers regarding the same. As in any guides or hotels I can contact, or a Cab for pick up and drop to Delhi airport

Sameer Vaid You can speak to Devendra Singh who runs iora guest house. He will be able to help out with everything and iora is a nice place for stay. You can contact him on FB.

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Amish Mathew Good shot

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Keoladeo National Park

02 Feb 2018

04 Feb 2018


Faridabad, Haryana, India

1 traveler

2 travelers


Planning a trip to Bharatpur for bird photography.
Tentative plan as follows:
2nd Feb: Start from Faridabad to reach Bharatpur by lunch time, go for birding and photography till evening, night stay at bharatpur
3rd Feb: Start early morning to bird sanctuary entire day there, night stay at bharatpur
4th Feb: Reach Delhi by Lunchtime

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Witnessed an epic fight between a water snake and a grey heron in the marshland. The snake was not allowing the bird to grip it with its beak and instead wrapped itself around its neck. The heron took to flight with the snake still around its neck and trying to get its mouth to bite the bird; At some point the heron managed to grip the snake by its head and spent a considerable time thrashing it about to kill and then devour it while still alive. Please view full screen.

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Ahmedullah Mohammed Yes, from recent trip. Fewer rains in 2017 so overall birds are less.

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Rajesh Mangal amazing captured

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A coppersmith barbet spits out wood fragments it has bored out from a tree trunk in Bharatpur (Keoladev) National Park. The barbet was relentlessly pecking into the tree trunk when it suddenly popped inside the nest hole and emerged with wood dust in its beak only to release it outside creating a mini haze for a second. It took me many shots and a wait for nearly an hour to get the the precise moment of release of wood-dust. The blur gives an indication of the speed the barbet was shaking itself from one side to another, perhaps to throw the dust as far away from itself as possible.

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Ahmedullah Mohammed thanks Shikhar and Arijit

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Mating dance of Sarus Cranes

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