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Keoladeo National Park

keoladeo National Park
Location : 55 kms west of Agra, Bharatpur, Rajasthan
Declared World Heritage Site In : 1985


Description : Keoladeo Park is situated in the town of Bharatpur, 55 kilometers from Agra. It is best visited during the monsoon, when the park comes alive and the birds start courting and nesting. This National Park is famous for its (water)birds. 375 species can be found here, among them the rare Siberian crane.

Formerly a duck-hunting reserve of the Maharajas, Keoldeo (Ghana) National Park now houses highest number of avian species in the world. Here, you can see more than 400 bird species including some rare and endangered species like Siberian crane. Every year, during winter large number of migratory birds come to the park from Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, China, Siberia and many other countries.

Maharaja of Bharatpur artificallly crafted this 28.73 sq kms wetland by building small dykes and damns. Just 176 Kms from Delhi, this pardaise for birding place should not be miss by an avid bird watcher. During colonial times, the area was used as a duck hunting ground. Since 1981 it is a national park.

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