Keoladeo Ghana National Park is located in the northern state of Rajasthan in India. Initially called the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary (because of its location), the place soon received the credit of a national park in 1982. It further attained the tag of UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985, and is also a Ramsar site.
388 species have been reliably recorded inside the park, with common birds including Sarus Crane, Black-necked Stork, Indian Scops Owl, Coppersmith Barbet, Black-rumped Flameback, Black Redstart, Red-breasted Flycatcher, many kingfishers, ducks, herons, waders, and raptors, and rarer species such as Dalmatian Pelican, Brooks’s Leaf Warbler, Smoky Warbler, Siberian Rubythroat and Marshall’s Iora, quite often seen.
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