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Birdwatching in Tadoba

Tadoba forest type is classified as South Indian Dry Deciduous forest. The terrain is undulating with panoramic views of hills,lakes and meadows. The Tadoba lake is situated more or less in the middle of the Park. Due to Tadoba lake,many birds are attracted towards this,giving us an opportunity to watch the magnificent species of birds. There are more than 200 species of birds.

Few of the birds which are most commonly seen are Oriental honey & white eyed Buzzard,Indian Pitta,Paradise Flycatcher,Oriental Honey & White-eyed Buzzard, Indian Pitta, Paradise Flycatcher, Indian Roller, Orange-headed Ground Thrush, Common Hawk Cuckoo, Changeable Hawk eagle, Crested Serpent Eagle, Savana Nightjar, Painted Sandgrouse, Black-hooded Oriole, Grey-headed Fish Eagle, Yellow-footed Green Pigeon, Monarch Flycatcher, racket-tailed and White-bellied Drongo, Large Cuckooshrike, Oriental White eye, grey Hornbill, Grey Jungle-fowl, Golden Oriole, Large green barbet.
Tadoba National Park has migratory ducks visiting the Tadoba lake. You can get the opportunity to watch them.
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