Bird Watching in Kaziranga

Bird Watching | Resident and Migratory

Stork Billed Kingfisher in Western Range of Kaziranga
Hill Myna in Central Range of Kaziranga
Emerald Dove in Central Range of Kaziranga
Great Headed Fishing Eagle in Central Range of Kaziranga
Open Billed Stork outside Central Range in Kaziranga
Red Breasted Parakeet in Central Range of Kaziranga
Brown Headed Fishing Owl in Eastern Range of Kaziranga
Bar Headed Geese in Kaziranga Eastern Range

Kaziranga (200 kms from Guwahati) is one of the best parks in India in terms of park experience and diversity.
Main Attraction of Kaziranga is one-horned rhinos, Wild elephants and Asiatic wild buffalos. Tiger, Bear, Deer, Python and Monitor Lizard can also be spotted here. 
Kaziranga is also home to a large number of birds like crested serpant eagle, Fishing Eagles, Pelicans, Bengal Floricans, Jungle Fowl, Black naked stork etc.
Kaziranga covers 430 sq kms and it consists of three ranges viz. Kohora Range, Bagori Range and Agaratoli Range.
Eastern (Agaratuli) Range, Situated towards the eastern part of the park is excellent for birding. It includes nesting of the globally threatened Pallas's Fish Eagle and a colony of Spot-billed Pelicans. Migrant waterfowl may be observed at Sohola Beel. Various woodland birds can be seen along the drive through very scenic Dillenia Swamp Forest. Elephants may be encountered, as well Water Buffalo and Swamp Deer. Over 2 days (4 safaris) one can spot 50-80 bird species depending on season. Central Range (Kohora) is also good for bird watching and overall wildlife experience. 
Unlike other parks in India, Kaziranga is open during Nov-April only.
Typical Stay Duration : 3 nights

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