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The Indian scops owl (Otus bakkamoena) is a resident species of owl found in the southern regions of Asia.
This was clicked at Nagzira Wild sanctuary ,

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Varun Rawat Wonderful click

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Gulnar Vij Great find and great shot!

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My First Ever encounter With Indian Leopard was at Nagzira wildlife sanctuary is located between Bhandara district and Gondia district of Maharashtra at . Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary is locked in the arms of nature and adorned with a picturesque landscape, luxuriant vegetation and serves as a living outdoor museum to explore and appreciate nature.

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Mohit Srinivasan Lovely sighting

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Rajan R D Excellent

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Oriental Honey Buzzard
This beautiful raptor from the central indian landscape is a common sight during safaris. They can be found on tree tops or perched on open branches near the watering holes.
One of the most interesting behavioral aspect of this bird is their feeding on honey combs, they ram in to the huge beehives hanging on the branches and then feed on the chunks that fall on the ground, while on safaris one needs to maintain distance from such sites as the bees are aggressed after the attack....
This one is clicked at one of the man-made water holes in Nagzira where in this one was overlooking a pack of Dholes as they relaxed in the water hole.....
Honey Buzzard (Tried to loosen the frame a bit)
Nagzira
June 2016

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Varad Bansod Thank you everyone!

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Rajan R D Great click and narration.

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Wild Dogs......
The most gruesome predators of the Central Indian Jungles. Known for their characteristic pack hunting techniques these predators play a vital role in keeping a herbivore population check and avoid over grazing, their movements keep a tab on herds of herbivores....... In the jungles of Navegaon Nagzira Tiger Reserve, after demise of last tigress Mai a.k.a A mark There was a tiger absence due to some reasons which caused the leopards and Wild dogs of the jungle to become bold. Now nagzira has undoubtedly become one of the most beautiful places offering good chances to come across packs of these whistling hunters.......
Wild Dogs
Navegaon Nagzira Tiger Reserve
June 2016

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Tanmay Keshav Nice picture and great write up Varad. Have seen wild dogs on a few occasions, hope to see more of them in future!

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Varad Bansod Thank you tanmay! Do visit Nagzira if you want to observe them in a beautiful habitat.

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Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary

26 Jan 2018

28 Jan 2018


Nagpur, Maharashtra, India

3 travelers

2 travelers


4 safaris, core forest stay for 2 nights, transport from Nagpur to Nagzira and back. We are travelling from Pune to Nagpur by train. Cost will be shared among all travelers.
Please contact asap so that we can book stay and safari .

Abdullah Girach I am interested .. have messaged you some of my queries

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Is anybody interested in visiting Nagzira this November? Most probably between 8 - 11 Nov, Plan of doing 3 safaris and staying at FDCM resort. We're 3 already and would require 2 to 3 co-travellers more. All the expenses will be shared. The tour would ideally start from Pune.
If interested, let me know ASAP, My number is 09158932325

Tanmay Keshav His number is written on the post.

about 1 month

Narendra Bhanage Hello Hemant sir, my number is 09158932325

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Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary

08 Dec 2017

11 Dec 2017


Pune, Maharashtra, India

3 travelers

3 travelers


We are going to do 3 safaris in Nagzira. We are 3 people already and would require 2 to 3 more to join us on this trip. Main purpose is wildlife viewing & wildlife photography.

Maneet Arora Thanks..will let you know in few days

about 2 months

Narendra Bhanage Thanks sir.. we shall wait :)

about 2 months

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