Desert National Park (DNP) is in the Thar Desert in Western Rajasthan, very close to the border with Pakistan. One of the largest and the richest arid region in India, it supports a long list of species, including several difficult to find elsewhere.
Sudasari is undoubtedly one of Desert National Park’s best kept birding spots, most famed for the Great Indian Bustard. Other birds include Macqueen’s Bustard, Cream-coloured Courser, Asian Desert Warbler, and White-browed (Stoliczka’s) Bushchat.
Read more about this unique area, its birds and mammals, and how to get the best out of a visit.