Bharatpur bird sanctuary

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#1 Sep 16th, 2003, 23:51
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Is there a "best" time to do Bharatpur? I think I read that there are more birds post monsoon. I have a choice of being there either at the end of November sometime or around mid February.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Many thanks

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#2 Sep 17th, 2003, 00:22
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end november December and January is the best time to visist Bharatpur. Please look other post of this site
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Hi,

This is the best time to visit Ghana Bird Sanctuary, as u can see the migrating birds during this time.

Have good time !!!
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#4 Oct 21st, 2003, 21:12
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bharatpur (keoladeo)

How is this Bharatpur? Birds around in sanctuary in November? Is bike riding (bicycle) good there? Good safe trails?
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November is good . December And January is the best time to visit Bharatpur.
There is a good rain after 3 years in Bharatpur. I am sure everybody will enjoy Bharatpur .
Bike is the Best for Bhratpur Bird Sanctury. But you don't find any man to repair your flat tyre inside the sanctury.
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Well, the trails are a bit rough in places and as indiaguide says if you get a puncture you may have to push your bike back to the park entrance or your hotel.

The main advantage in hiring a bike is that you can get away from the main tarmac track and therefore from most other visitors to the park. November is not the best month but it's still pretty good for birds.
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It looks very good to me just from the photographs (even minus the birds) peaceful and scenic and away from the city. I don't mind walking !
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beachchik,
I am sure You will enjoy this park.
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When you took this picture?
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Walking would also be a good way to explore the park. I've only been able to walk in one other Indian park, with an armed forest guard, and that was in Assam.

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An armed guard? Why you brave thing you !

That is a wonderful picture, it sold me on going there.

thank you !
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Question Been to Bharatpur recently?

Hello

Has anyone been to Bharatpur lately? Are the marshes still dry? Are the birds back?

Thanks
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The lake is full by all accounts so the migratory birda like cormerants, spoonbills pelicans and Storks should be breeding there this year!!
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Thanks!

Oooh thanks for that prompt reply!!! ... we'll be off tomorrow then!
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Enjoy yourself the park is a great day out and you'll see alot of deer antelope and jackal as well!!
#15 Oct 22nd, 2005, 18:39
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Good news for me too - Will be there on the 13th
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