Birding in India

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Subject: Birding in India
From: Chris Brandis <>
Date: Sun, 21 May 2006 14:09:25 +1000
In mid April I spent 2 1/2 days at Koeladeo NP, some 3 hours by train south of Delhi and arranged by Indian Moments after working at Nanded for a week. This is a wetland park that started as a shooting place for the maharajas and white army officers and an oasis in the middle of teaming people and intense agriculture. As it was the start of the hot season, 40+ every day, and I was the only guest at the hotel in the park and had great service. Had the Indian Moment guide the first day and either walked or hired a bike the rest of the time. I saw 126 species which brought my Indian total to 225. IM did a great job getting me from Delhi to the park and back to the airport and I found them through he web and can recommend them as traveling in India is a bit chaotic.
Cheers  Chris


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