In recent years, over a hundred sarus cranes (India’s largest avian species) have been observed congregating here annually. Other species sighted at this birders’ paradise are Eurasian wrynecks, roufous-tailed finch larks, white-throated kingfishers, white-bellied drongoes, black-headed orioles, western reef herons, grey-headed canary-flycatchers, Egyptian vultures and bay-backed shrikes.
A number of bird species have also been sighted which had rarely or never before been seen in the region!
How To Reach: Nearest airport and railhead is in Bhopal; Bhopal is well connected to the major metros in India through many national highways.
Best Time To Visit: November- February
Time Required: 1-2 hours
Entry Fee: No entry fee
So when are you planning a trip to the Bhoj Wetland in Bhopal?
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