Next day was completely dedicated to Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary, famously known as Ghana (dense forest). Dec and Jan being the season of migratory birds, we were in for a feast. We started our day at 8 with some nice kachoris and jalebis and entered the Bird Sanctuary at around 9 AM. A guide and a long range camera is must before you plan a visit to any Bird Sanctuary. One needs to take entry ticket and opt for a rickshaw/ cycle. For amateurs, it is advisable to take a guide, as they are well trained in locating birds in their natural habitat. As the area is a swamp and marshy, it makes it conducive for a lot of birds to get their feed, housing and laying eggs. There are about 12 such swamps and for a serious bird watching enthusiast, 1 day is not enough.
Keolade0 National Park( Bird Sanctuary)-
Best time to visit : Nov-FebAnimals found- Cranes, Pelicans, Geese, Ducks, Eagles, Hawks, Shanks, Stints, Wagtails, Warblers, Larks,Sambal, Chital, Nilgai and Boar.
Since most tours start early in the day, and the simple fact that you need to get the most out of this opportunity to view as many varieties of birds and animals as possible.
After an excellent day at the park, you can travel the day to the Keoladev National Park (formerly the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary) in Bharatpur, Rajasthan. It's a short 4 hour drive from Delhi, after which you can enjoy the rest of the day enjoying the facilities of the Ashoka Forest Lodge or the Shanti Kutir.The Keoladev National Park hosts upwards of 1 lakh tourists every year, inclusing several thousand foreign tourists who visit the reserve for its amazing bird watching spots, deemed to be one of the best in Asia.