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Birding in Panna


Birding in Panna National Park

Panna National Park, counted amongst the most visited national parks in India, is also home to an incredible variety of avifauna, apart from birds, mammals and reptiles. Located in the Panna and Chhatarpur districts of Madhya Pradesh, this park is home to more than 200 species of birds, which makes it an utter delight for birdwatchers. The rich variety of avifauna found in this park makes it one of the best bird watching destinations in India. In the morning stillness with its perfect silence, you hear the whistle of a bird, and that sounds like the best song you’ve ever heard! In another second, you spot a paradise flycatcher perched on a tree, with its characteristic long steamer tail. Taking out your camera, you click a picture which you know is your best one yet! As the day progresses, your eyes meet a wake of vultures relishing every morsel of the carcass. Oh! What a delight it is for bird lovers to watch these scenes at Panna National Park that make it an ultimate bird watching holiday. From the bareheaded goose to the rarely spotted Indian pond heron, there are a variety of birds to watch out for. Apart from the mammals and reptiles, it is the avifauna which draws tourists to the park in large numbers. Visit this park with its incredible avifauna where you can witness the spectacular birds and enjoy one of the best bird watching holidays you have ever head.

Popular Bird Species in Panna National Park

Popular Bird Species in Panna
  • Bareheaded goose
  • Honey buzzard
  • Blossom headed Parakeet
  • Paradise flycatcher
  • King Vulture
  • White necked stork
Commonly found birds in Panna
  • White necked stork
  • Honey buzzard
  • Blossom headed parakeet
  • Indian scimitar Babbler
Birds rarely found in Panna
  • Indian pond heron
  • Paradise Flycatcher
  • Quail
  • Bulbul
  • Myna
  • Cuckoo

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