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If you are passionate about nature photography, then you have a special opportunity. Bird festival is being organized in Dudhwa National Park from 9th to 11th February. In which you will find many breeds of beautiful colorful birds.

Dudhwa National Park is situated in the lowland belt of Uttar Pradesh state near the Indo-Nepal border. It was established in 1958 as a Wild Life Century, and in 1977 it became a National Park.

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The beautiful world of birds and other creatures

Dudhwa National Park contains 400 bird species including tiger, and, bear, ink, flying squirrel elephant, crocodile, etc. There are chital, sambhar, cucumber, reptilian species like Reptiles and Reptiles, Amphibians and many different types of butterflies.

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The beautiful world of birds and other creatures

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In about 1300 birds found in the Indian subcontinent, more than 450 species can be seen in Dudhwa Reserve alone. These include Hornbill, Red Jungle Fowl, Peta Fowl, Bengal Florican, Fishing Eagle, Bengal Florican, Serpent Eagle, Osprey, Paradise Flycatcher, Woodpeckers, Shama, Indian Pitta, Orioles, Emerald Caboose etc.

Various migratory birds can be seen in Dudhwa National Park during the winter season.

Keep these things in mind before coming to the park

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The lifestyle of Dudhwa animals changes in the winter season. Animals living in dense forests goes out to eat winter sunshine. Outside the Nakua channel of Dudhwa, all the junkies can be seen resting.

As winter approaches, animals wander all day long to find hot air for themselves. Disturbing them at night is dangerous, so the jungle safari is always recommended in daylight.

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How to reach?

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Dudhwa National Park falls in Palia tehsil in Uttar Pradesh’s Kheri district. The nearest airport is in Lucknow. Distance from Lucknow via Lakhimpur, Malani, and Palia, Dudhwa is about 220 km. A small line train also runs from Lucknow to Dudhwa. A lot of this rail line passes through the middle of the Tiger Reserve.

By the way, the nearest railway station of Dudhwa is Shahjahanpur on the Delhi-Lucknow rail route. Dudhwa is 107 km away from there. A path for the Katniya Ghat also goes through the middle of Dudhwa. The main road is back from Dudhwa which is 86 kilometers away from Bahraich if it’s to go straight to Katarniya.

Where to stay?

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Best Places For Accommodations:

  • Tharu Hath Dudhwa
  • Van Sivaram Bhawan
  • Bankati
  • Kishanpur
  • Sonaripur
  • Bellary
  • Salukpur
  • Sathiana Forest Relief House.

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