Sunderban

Dream Wanderlust

Category: travel
Date of Publication: Nov 25 , 2013

Sunderban, the largest Mangrove forest in the world and UNESCO world heritage site is mainly known for the abundance of 'Sundori' trees and the Royal Bengal Tiger. We visited the place in the month of November 2013, intending mainly to spot Birds. This album portrays some of the species of rare birds residing in that habitat and the jungle landscape of the delta. Apart from that, we visited the following places based on Sajnekhali -

  • Sajnekhali
  • Godhkhali
  • sudhanyakhali
  • Dobanki
  • Burirdabri
  • Jotirampur
  • Peerkhali

Team: Nilanjan patra, Ashim Basak, Manojit Ghosh, Supratim Mukherjee, Rupnarayan Santra

Sunrise
Forest Bungalow
Sajnekhali Tourist Lodge
Barn Swallow
Black Capped Kingfisher
Collared Kingfisher
Common Kingfisher
White Breasted Kingfisher
Black Winged Cuckoo
Butterfly
Brahminy Kite
Bronzed Drongo
Fresh Pugmark
Crab
Crab
Jungle Crow
Jungle Myna
Green Bee Eater
Mangrove Forest
Mark shows their presence
Mudskipper
Panchamukhi confluence of five rivers
Mangrove Heron
Pond Heron
Callew and Egret
Little Egret
Large Egret
Great Egret
Sudhonyokhali
Sunderban Forest
Grassland
Macro
Rose Ringed Parakeet
Rumped Sunbird female
Rumped Sunbird male
Purple Rumped Sunbird male
Spotted Dove
Under the blue sky
White Wagtail
Brown Shrike
Monkey
Pirkhali core area
Pugmark of the tiger
Leaser sand plover
Red Shank
Little Cormorant
Crocodile
Common Iora
Common Red Shrike
Common Sandpiper
Sand Piper
Water monitor lizzerd
Tiger pugmark
Olive back Pipit
Red Vented Bulbul
Spotted Deer
Orange headed Thrush
Red throated flycatcher female
Mongoose
Tigers trail
Sunshine @ Sajnekhali tourist lodge
Callew
Canfish Plover, Leaser Sand Plover and Thick Sand Piper
Landscape from Sajnekhali watch tower
Sunset
Sunset at river Matla
The Royal Bengal Tiger
Sunset
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