Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

    Bharatpur is one of the finest birds parks in the world. Also known as Keoladeo Ghana National Park, is home to more than 230 resident and migratory bird species.

    The Bharatpur Bird Santuary has a dense forest cover, which shelters a diverse flora. This vast flora provides natural habitat to these migratory birds and also haven of free natural perpetuation.
    Along with variety species there are major counts of Sambal, Chital, Nilgai and Boar.

    Photography Opportunities in Keoladeo, Bharatpur: Key Snapshots
    • Exotic birds such as Saras Crane, Steppe Eagle, Pelicans, Spoonbills, Painted Storks, Bar Headed Geese, wagtails, ducks, flycatchers and Marsh Harriers, etc.
    • Great photo opportunities with jackals
    Best Time to visit:

    Residents Birds - August-November
    Migratory birds - October to March

    Equipment Needed

    Lenses above 300mm would be good for mammals. A 70-200mm or similar focal range would be needed to create habitat perspectives of mammals.
    For bird photography a 400mm and above focal length would be needed.

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