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Birds in Ranthambore National Park

Birds in Ranthambore National Park : Ranthambore has over 300 species of birds. While the park is good for birding, restrictions placed by the Forest Department to control the rush may not appeal to serious birders. Some of the amazing birding areas are on the outskirts, and outside the park. Here guests can walk without any restrictions, something you cannot do inside the park.
Some great areas for birding are:
Surwal Lake : It is a shallow seasonal lake, which dries up by April – May months. A good season for bird sighting, out here is November – March when guests can see Painted Storks bird, Flamingos birds, Spoonbills, Sarus, Demoiselle Cranes and Greylag Geese. Guests should reach the lake before sunrise for serious bird watching.

Mansoravar Dam : It is the largest lake in the area of Ranthambore National Park. In winter guest can see pintail ducks birds, geese, pelicans and herons in large numbers.
Avifauna
Park Entrance to the Fort : this is often the sole place within the Ranthambore National park wherever guests are permitted to go inside. because of the t pilgrim traffic to the temples within the fort, individuals are allowed to run on this stretch from sunrise to sunset. Tigers area unit seen on this road. The walk, which might last you between 2-3 hours, will web you over fifty species. the bottom of the fort could be a excellent place for Parakeets, Doves, Flycatchers, Painted Spurfowl, Peacocks etc., at the side of an oversized horde of monkeys.

Bhoori Pahadi : it’s a village on the banks of the Banas stream. it’s a decent spot for bird observance, particularly Indian Skimmers and stream Lapwings.