Birds in Kota, Bundi,

Baran, Jhalawar

 

 

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Sarus Crane

Latin Name : Grus Anti Gone

    Sarus Crane (Grus Anti Gone) - Resident and the tallest flying find house in and around most of the wetlands and water bodies. A unison call of the pain is the symbol of love between a husband and wife. Rajasthan has the second largest population of this bird in India. (more) A bird now being theatner, Kota has the largest population of these crane in the state, and only in the country where they breed twice in a year. {Book Your Tour}

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Painted Storks

Latin Name : Mycteria leucocephala

 

The Painted Stork is a broad winged soaring bird. Like all storks, it flies with its neck outstretched.The adult is a large bird, 95-100cm tall, mainly white with black flight feathers. The head is red, and the long downcurved bill is yellow. The tail and legs are pink, and there is dark barring on the breast. The Painted Stork walks slowly and steadily in shallow waters or adjacent wet grassland seeking its prey, which, like that of most of its relatives, includes fish, frogs and large insects. It sweeps its head from side to side with its bill half open in water as it hunts for fish. (more) {Book Your Tour}

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Baya Weaver

Latin Name : Ploceus Philippines

Baya Weaver (Ploceus Philippines)-A resident bind. Found was grasslands and cultivations. Male makes hanging nests, which are one, or two stepped to attract the female for breeding. (more)

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 Paradise Fly Catcher

Latin Name : Tarp Siphon Paradise

Paradise fly Catcher (Tarp Siphon Paradise)-A resident bind found in forest and well wooded areas. The breeding male has deep black rest with white whole body and a long tail; the female has short crest and Rugous upper body. Very rare to photograph a male sitting on the nest. (more)

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Rufous Tree Pie

Latin Name : Dendro Citta Vaga Bunda

 Rufous Tree Pie (Dendro Citta Vaga Bunda) A resident find house in open wooded forest  and gardens with trees and bushes. (more)

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Sanctuary besides these there are many exotic bind species found in Hadoti-Grey Leg Goose, Bar Headed Goose, Flamingo Pelican, painted Spur fowl, Black Store, Montages Harrier, Hobby Great Indian Bustard and the breeding colonies of Painted Storks Black Ibis, White neck Storks, Vultures and Egrets. The area has a list of approx 250 bind species.

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