Criss-crossing the jungle in search of the tiger, it was birds that we most often came across.
The existence of River Andhari inside the Tadoba National Park gives way to a wide diversity of water birds, and raptors. There are approximately 195 species of birds that have been recorded in the park, including three endangered species, including the grey-headed fish eagle, the crested serpent eagle, and the changeable hawk-eagle. The Tadoba is one of the finest birding destinations in Maharashtra with dense forest zones, bamboo zones, grasslands, and wetlands that suits both the forest and the wetland birds.
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