Trip Reports
Little Known Destinations > Mayureshwar wildlife park
Posted by Siddesh on April 28, 2015

I visited Mayureshwar wildlife park in the month of April.
Its a well kept secrete.

The main attraction of this sanctuary is Indian Gazelle ( Chinkara ) .

But there are also some rare bird found here like Indian thick Knee and Teetar.

Bird Sanctuaries > Bhitarkanika-Packages
Posted by Alok Kumar Maharana on February 28, 2015

Bhitarkanika Eco Wildlife Tour Orissa
Witness the Green Peace Eco System
Bhitarkanika Eco-Wildlife Tour Package 04 03 Nights / 04 Days : Ex- Bhadrak
  DAY WISE ITINERARY
  Day 01 : Jayanagar Khola-Jungle Resort

Morning arrival at Jayanagar Jetty. On arrival board on Boat to Khola-Jungle Resort. After lunch cruise to Kalibhanja Diha, Dhamara Port & Dhamarai Temple. Dinner & Overnight at Forest Lodge / Sand Pebbles Jungle Resort.

  Day 02 : Ekakula

Early morning board on boat to Ekakula with pack breakfast and lunch. Overnight at Forest Lodge / Sand Pebbles Jungle Resort.

  Day 03 : Bhitarkanika

After breakfast visit to different creeks to spot crocodiles, Bird Sanctuary & trekking to Hunting tower of ancient king. After lunch visit of Crocodile Breeding Centre & Museum. Dinner & overnight at Forest Lodge / Sand Pebbles Jungle Resort.

  Day 04 : Jungle Resort Khola/Jayanagar Jetty

After breakfast drop to Jayanagar jetty for onward journeys.

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National Parks > Ranthambore Tiger Reserve
Posted by Sudeep Sarkar on February 08, 2014
My trip was nice because I saw 2 tigers Sultan and T24 in my morning and evening safari respectively
National Parks > kaziranga
Posted by sunny singh bhatti on August 28, 2013
hey there people I would like to share a trip report about Wildospher its a adventure tour organizer. I went with these guys and what an experience these guys actually showed me kaziranga Tiger in some remote area of the forest I must say they know the forest pretty well beautiful birds all around they took me so close that I can click my pictures from any angle same with the rhinos aswell Wildospher is the best I recommend u people to go with them they even do the untouched forest neora national park I been with them even there they made me do a foot safari and i saw marble cat clouded leopard and leopard while I was on a foot safari these guys are blessed I must say. the experience and the hospitality is just great, there are many more things that they offer for a adventure outdoors rafting is again one of there specialty. contact then on there mail sunny.globeib@gmail.com or facebook page www.facebook.com/wildospher .get in touch with them for some stunning experience for adventure. 
Little Known Destinations > Badoli temple and parajhar (Rawatbhata, Raj.)
Posted by Pratap Singh on August 21, 2013

The Baroli Temples Complex, also known as the Badoli temples, is located in Baroli village in Rawatbhata taluk in Kota district in Rajasthan, India.
They are built in the Pratihara style of temple architecture dated to the tenth century A.D.

Parajhar is a nearby waterfall. The underground water flowing in caves has carved statues and figures on the stones in the cave. Many people have died due to accidents near the waterfall. It is near to village called Parajhar gaon. This place is also known for historic cave-temple of Lord Shiv. During Mahashivratri a large festival is organised here. water-fall and green surrounding is the attraction for peoples.

In the way we also saw Vulture birds .

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National Parks > Melghat Tiger Reserve Patrolling program by Chaatak Nature Conservation Society, Varangaon dist.Jalgaon, Maharashtra.
Posted by anil mahajan on June 20, 2013
Chaatak Nature Conservation Society, Varangaon dist.Jalgaon, Maharashtra.
Little Known Destinations > RAJSAMAND LAKE VISIT FOT BIRD WATCHING
Posted by Deependra Singh Shekhawat on May 17, 2013
ON 17/05/13, I VISITED RAJSAMAND LAKE, RAJASTHAN WITH MR. VINAY DAVE . 
Bird Sanctuaries > My recent visit to Morni Forest Area
Posted by salil sharma on February 27, 2013
Visited Morni Hills, DistrictPanchkula, Haryana this sunday. Already famous for its varied flora and fauna,Morni is infact a tiny village located on the foothill-zone of the shivaliks. Ametalled road connects morni with panchkula for a distance of about 20kms., onmajor district road 118 and is 3000 ft. above the mean sea level. morni hillshave two water bodies, small agricultural tracts and presence of river ghaggar.The reserved forest limit starts just as we take a turn towards morni from nadasahib, a gurudwara. a check post has been put up by the forest department, butfound it not operating on sunday. vehicular traffic, leading to a lot of noisekeeps the wild life at bay. i was amused to notice atlest 10 vehicles passingevery 10 minutes, with no limit to the speed and constant honking. as weentered the forest area we could find few monkeys and langoors on the road sideprobably just because of the feeding by passers by.


Moving a little ahead we heardthe chirping of some birds and stopped to notice what it was? with muchdifficulty, because of the vehicles moving constantly, we noticed a tree fullof berries on which some birds were sitting. to our surprise it was the white -eared bulbul. Also known as Himalayan Bulbul and white cheeked bulbul,a scarce resident in Haryana. The bird is found in wooded areas like mornihills and kalesar forests. Its local name is kushandra or bhooroo as told by a farmer locally


 so many of them fluttering from one tree toanother managing what little they could eat, scared of the noise. we stoodlifeless for around 10 to 15 min.

So that they come to the berry treeon the road side where we were waiting for them to be clicked. after they werepretty sure we were not a threat to them they started coming one after theother giving us a chance to click them.


We moved ahead searching for somemore birds. There was a group of some off road bikers enjoying driving on theturns of the hills. We found a red startsitting quietly on the branch of a tree at village mandana, the largest villagein morni hills. We managed to click.



 Little ahead we found the red whiskered bulbul also known as red vented bulbul, the singerbird of India. It probably looks like a musician with a turban on the top ofthe head-the crest. It has  a long tailand feeds on fruits, nectar and insects.


Morni has varied flora likebabul, kikar, bamboo, khair, amaltas, jamun trees are commonly seen on loweraltitude. As we move higher the type of vegetation changes to pines and chirtrees and temperature also falls suddenly. From mandana, the view of the plains is breathtaking.  The ghaggar river separates the tipra rangefrom morni hills. From the T-point we can turn back to chandimandir and alsotowards pinjore through thapli which also boasts of a famous nature camp.
Bird Sanctuaries > Jayakwadi Bird Sanctury
Posted by Mayur Rajput on January 12, 2013
I have visited jayakwadi bird sanctuary situated near Aurangabad- 60km distance; one of the best places near by.  I have sighted around 120 species of birds there in one trip including greater flamingo, eurasian spoonbill, long tailed godwit, whisked tern,grey heron, small blue kingfisher and many more!
Little Known Destinations > A small lake near my place
Posted by Soham on November 08, 2012
I live in a captivity where there is wonderful nature and a vast flora and fauna. 
I love being here.

Just a few kilometers away from my home is a lake which is home to more than 100 species of birds.
Anyways, this is not a "lake" but is a wasteyard with sewage treated water dumped there.

My recent trip on 3 November 2012 yielded me with :
  • Cormorants
  • Marsh Harrier
  • Crested Honey Buzzard
  • Asian Paradise Flycatcher
  • White Eyed Buzzard
  • Tufted Duck
  • Common Moorhen
  • Rufous Tailed Shrike
  • Rufous Lark
  • Dalmatian Pelican
  • Isabelline Wheatear
  • Shikra
  • Glossy Ibis
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