Migratory birds arrive in India from Siberia and Northern hemisphere in large number to India UP, Bihar Kashmir, Utrakhand etc.
The city of Surat witnesses the arrival of migratory birds, including brown-headed gulls, with the advent of the winter season.
Migratory brown-headed gulls flock to Surat with the advent of the winter season.
With the onset of winter thousands of migratory birds from various European countries have flown to Kashmir wetlands.The winged visitors start arriving in the valley towards the first week of November to avoid extreme cold conditions in Siberia, China, Japan and other countries in northern hemisphere.
Tufted Duck, Gadwall, Brahminy Duck, Garganey, Greylag Goose, Mallard, Common Merganser, Northern Pintail, Common Pochard, Ferruginous Pochard, and Eurasian Wigeon are some of the most sighted birds in the wetlands of Kashmir these days. The guest birds also include Red-Crested Pochard, Ruddy Shelduck, Northern Shoveler and Common Teal.
As per officials, the migratory birds coming to Kashmir mostly from Russia, Siberia and central Asian republics stay in Hokersar, Wular Lake, Haigam, Shalbugh and some other water bodies.
The visiting bird species stay in the wetlands of snow bound Kashmir for five months during winter from early November to March before leaving for their respective regions.
Once a tea plantation site, today a lush green orchard covered paradise, Sattal in Nainital is a home to majestic migratory birds, oak and pine trees and some wonderstruck visitors.
Sandi Bird Sanctuary is home to numerous birds, reptiles and wild animals. Dahar Lake nourishes the flora and fauna of this sanctuary and also gives shelter to innumerable migratory birds.
Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary also known as Shaheed Chandra Shekhar Azad Bird Sanctuary is a dwelling place of migratory birds, reptiles and deer. It has a guesthouse with restaurant and children park for tourists. #UmmazingUP
Varanasi: Large number of migratory birds from Siberia flock river Ganga, attracting tourists & bird-watchers .
Beautiful migratory birds arrive at Secretariat pond today morning. Bihar is becoming one of the most favourable destinations for migratory birds. These beautiful birds migrate to Bihar every year during the winter season for food, breeding, and nesting. @UNBonn
Bihar has got its first Ramsar site. Kabartal in Begusarai, becomes wetland of International importance. It is an important wetland of the Central Asian Flyway for the population of migratory birds & biodiversity. With this now India has 39 Ramsar sites.
As millions of migratory birds feather the brackish water of luscious lake of Pulikat in Andhra, you are bound to behold that sight etched in your eyes forever! Visit this jovial juncture amidst Sulurpeta and Nellore. #DekhoApnaDesh@Tourism_AP
Pulicat, the second largest Brackish Water Lake in the country is locates 110 km from Nelllore and 10 km from Sulurpeta. A large number of migratory birds visit this place during winters.
Ramsar site #SurSarovar also known as Keetham lake, originally created to supply water to the city of Agra in summers provides refuge to resident and migratory birds and also more than 60 species of fishes.
Shimoga to Thirthahalli is 60kms & right at the centre is a place called Mandagadde. It is surrounded by dense forest & Thunga river that forms a little island that attracts migratory birds
Come play a rendezvous with nature at Ghora Katora, Rajgir in Bihar! With beautiful Siberian migratory birds blessing your eyes, lake Ghora Katora makes this land of Budhha all the more alluring!
Karnataka #Shimoga Mellifluous voice of migratory #birds has begun to linger at Hucchurayana Kere a newfound #sanctuary in Shikaripur home town of the #CM
A model EcoPark created in Kanniyakumari by renovationg an abandoned fish farm, with @WorldBankIndia funding support. After the restoration, Mangroves have regrown & Migratory birds have come back!
Many migratory #birds visit #Pakistan in autumn and spring navigating the #Indus flyway connecting faraway Siberia and East-Africa using a string of important #wetlands from Borit (GB) to Haleji Lake (Sindh) thru Rawal (ICT) and Kalar Kahar (Punjab), thanks @Scheherzadeh
Congratulations to #India for the designation of two more #Wetlands of International Importance: Sur Sarovar and Lonar Lake. They are important to supply fresh #water, are refuge to migratory birds, and habitats for more than 60 species of fish