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Bluethroat with an attitude in Dudhwa National Park

Bluethroat with an attitude in Dudhwa National Park

Like I mentioned in my earlier post, birding from this watch tower in Dudhwa National Park was a challenge given the considerable distance between the tower and the Wetlands water edge. To make any kind of photography possible, it was required for the subject to be a...
Adjutant Storks rule the Wetlands of Dudhwa National Park

Adjutant Storks rule the Wetlands of Dudhwa National Park

One evening we decided to go on the Safari route that takes us to the Wetlands of the Dudhwa National Park. The watch tower gives a panoramic view of the massive Wetlands of the park. We found that most of the bird species had perched themselves at the edge of the...
Macaque’s fascination for cars in Dudhwa National Park

Macaque’s fascination for cars in Dudhwa National Park

The sighting of the Rhino was the highlight of the morning safari in Dudhwa National Park. As we exited the park and were waiting for our transport to the resort, I noticed a troop of Macaques sitting on the parked cars looking for food that might be discarded by...
Elephant safari in Dudhwa National Park to spot Indian Rhinoceros

Elephant safari in Dudhwa National Park to spot Indian Rhinoceros

All vehicular entry into the 27 Sq Km Rhino Rehabilitation Area (RRA) in the Dudhwa National Park has now been banned. Elephant safari is the only mode to get into the RRA to spot the small population of Indian Rhinoceros that had been reintroduced into this region....