Saturday, June 17, 2006

Bangalore Birds > Brahminy Kite...

Nearly 350 species of birds have been recorded from the Bangalore region of which around 60 species may be seen with ease. Some of the favourite birding locations in and around Bangalore include..
Nandi Hills - (50 km away) a good habitat for thrushes and forest birds
Lal Bagh Botanical gardens - provides garden and wetland habitats
Thippagondanahalli reservoir - (30 km away) deep water lake with open countryside (permission required)
Hebbal Lake - wetland with numerous waterbirds, especially good in winter
Puttenahalli Lake - near Yelahanka - small waterbody with surprising birdlife
Bannerghatta National Park - scrub and forest habitat (permission required)
The Valley School - scrub and forest habitat (private property)
UAS-GKVK campus - scrub and agricultural land (permission required)
UAS-Hebbal campus - agricultural and garden land (permission required)
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4 comments:

Carol Sat Jun 17, 10:08:00 AM GMT+5:30  

What a great shot!

Kris Sat Jun 17, 01:23:00 PM GMT+5:30  

dont know much about birds..but this shot is fantastic!

Pier Sun Jun 18, 01:13:00 AM GMT+5:30  

It's spectacular! I'm really looking forward to come and visit Bangalore. Maybe sometime in the future..

Rajesh Dangi Sun Jun 18, 10:24:00 AM GMT+5:30  

Thanks....