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- Back at Tiger Camp, I found a very nice male Tickell's Blue Flycatcher and a pair of roosting Collared Scops Owls among the thick bamboos...Charles Harper reports.
Rajasthan and Gujarat by Steve Lister - a report in pdf format. (879kB)
India, Rajasthan, Uttranchal
- Our birding trip at Bharatpur began at 6.00 in the morning to see yellow wattle lapwing, rufous tailed shrike, ashy prinia and grey franklin in the nearby fields. We spent one and a half day birding at Bharatpur bird sanctuary which yielded good results...Uday Patel reports for India Footprints.
- Gujarat in NW India is a large state of mainly flat desert and salt pans. It has an excellent road system. Birds are present in large numbers with some specialities. There is the added attraction of Wild Asses and Asiatic Lions...John Kirby reports
12 Days in Gujarat and Kutch
- On the last day we visited Chari Dhandh, A famous hot spot in Kutch for Raptors and Grey Hypocolious, We sighted 12 Grey Hypocolious on the roosting time. And in the morning in the same area we had seen many raptor species including Steppe Eagle, Tawny Eagle, Imperial Eagle...Arpit Deomurari reports
- On arrival in Delhi we visited Okhla Barrage on the Yamuna
River on the first day. Next day was at Chambal River, before
moving to Bharatpur where we spent two and a half days. From
here we headed to Jaipur spending a day at desert sites to
the west. Our final area was the edge of the Thar Desert around
the cities of Phalodi and Bikaner, before returning to Delhi...Ian
and Uttar Pradesh, India,
- We left Nainital to head back
to Delhi and on leaving the town we noticed a large number
of raptors on what looked like a rubbish tip on the left of the
road. Most of these proved to be Steppe Eagles, probably
30+.....John Kirby reports.
Park, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
- The desert birding experience was
excellent and the Thar Desert is a definite place to recommend
to other birders, I recorded over 60 species in the desert
national park itself and only missed a couple of expected
species namely MacQueen’s Bustard and Hoopoe Lark...Paul
- The main aim of this trip was to see a tiger, which luckily we
did. Also to look for some of the harder to see species of birds
in Rajasthan. We travelled mainly by train for the first half of
the trip then succumbed to the ease and comfort of a car and driver...Stuart
North-western India Re-invented
- This report
is based on a one-month trip to North-western India. This includes
Bharatpur, Ranthambhore, Ramnagar, Corbett and Nainital. We
also visited less known Chambal River Sanctuary in Madhya/Uttar
Pradesh and Gir forest, Champaner and Rann of Kutch in Gujarat...Jerzy
Dyczkowski and Bert S report.
- Early morning saw us in Bharathpur again
but this time with a guide. After two days of birding on our own
here, someone with more knowledge of the area was needed to fill
in some gaps on our lists. We started at the nursery where we
found grey nightjars, chestnut-bellied nuthatch, yellow-footed
pigeon, orange-headed thrush, ashy drongo and fleeting glimpses
of two dusky eagle owls....Pierre van der Wielen reports.
Winter Birding in Northern
and Western India
- We had been to this part of India the year
before. Even so, out of the 310 bird species we saw this time
there were more than a hundred new birds for India, among them
95 lifers. However, there is not just birdlife to India: we enjoyed
also other wildlife, plants, landscapes, historic places, towns
and villages, and the friendly people...Robert Wynands and
Ulrike Bischler report.
Birding, wildlife and tourist trip
to Rajasthan, India
- Participants on this two week trip to Rajasthan
were Jan & Stephen Mawby, Neil Osborne and Gillian Webster.
Here Stephen Mawby gives his Itinerary and a full bird
list for the trip.