Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

Big Bird Keoladeo Ghana National Park
First of all I am not a Bird or Wildlife Photographer, Secondly the only reason I went to this place is because my Wife asked me too. It was a short and sweet trip But yes after I visited this place I realized it is a beautiful place for Nature Lovers also (Like Me). I will say if you are a Bird Lover or Wildlife Lover or Nature Lover then you must have to visit this place once, it is a Beautiful place and I will Highly Recommended this place. Remember “I am not a Bird or Wildlife Photographer” so I didn’t had the big guns, I was just carrying 24-105mm lens on Canon 550D body and all these pics are from that only.

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary” or “Keoladeo National Park” or “Keoladeo Ghana National Park” is a man made bird sanctuary which is spread in 29 square Km and is 180km from Jaipur near Bharatpur on the Jaipur – Agra highway. There were more than 400 spices of Birds there but for me mostly there were three kind of birds Small birds, Medium size birds and Big birds. There were many different kind of Small and Big animals also in the Sanctuary.

The Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary remains open round the year from sunrise to sunset.

Owl Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Owl at Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Keoladeo Ghana National Park bird
Larg size bird at Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Jungle Rat Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
Jungle Rat Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
monitor lizard Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Monitor Lizard at Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Rojh or Neelgaye (Boselaphus tragocamelus) caught peeing . .  :p
Dear Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Dear at Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Boat ride at Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Boat ride at Keoladeo Ghana National Park
SunSet Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Sunset Keoladeo Ghana National Park

21 comments:

  1. Very well shot photos Manav. We like all those eye contact moments specially the owl photo is too good.

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  2. Its surprising to hear that you are not a wildlife photographer. Your click speaks volumes mate. And yes this is one of the best place for nature fanatics. Such an amazing place to visit. Beautiful post.

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  3. I visited there with my family. Must say it's an awesome place :)

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  4. Wonderful Pics! Good that you visited the sanctuary..

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  5. Stunning photos! Keoladeo Ghana is a bird lovers paradise! Did you spot the pythons too?

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    1. Thank you and no it was a very short trip didn't saw any python. . . :)

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  6. Wow! This is simply beautiful mate, it is hard to pick a favourite amongst these pictures. I think the one with the boat tops all for me :)

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  7. Beautiful pics...planning a trip soon:-)

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  8. Amazing pics.
    I love owl, and this one is so fantastic.
    The rat is cute.
    Amazing places.
    xoxo

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  9. Amazing pictures! Thanks for sharing!
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  10. Such lovely pics! LOVED the first one! :)

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