Kaziranga…. Located on the edge of the Eastern Himalaya, on the banks of Massive Bhramhaputra River in Assam, a World Heritage Site hosts two-thirds of the world’s great one-horned rhinoceroses.
Indian wild ass also called the khur also locally known as the Ghudkhar
….. once extended from western India, Today, its last refuge lies in the Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary, Little Rann of Kutch and its surrounding areas of the Great Rann of Kutch in the Gujarat province of India. It is one of the fastest of Indian animals, with speeds clocked at about 70 – 80 km. per hour and can easily outrun a jeep making them more like wild horses, and far more captivating than their domesticated cousins… One of the main attractions of Runn of Kutch people come from all over the world to see.
……I was always fascinated by this symbol of vision, leadership, bravery, courage, honor, pride, determination and grace.
Yes I am talking about King of birds as they call it “LORD OF THE AIR”….. The Majestic Eagle’s…
It was one of my childhood dream to watch them…. Flying and soaring high with all it dignity and pride.
Date : 22-11-2015
Akshi… Adoring pristine beauty and it’s tranquility.
Come winter and the migrant waders flocks in thousand on the pristine beaches of Akshi…. relatively unknown to picnickers as it is bit off the road near Alibaug. Feasting on ample of seafood available waders makes an opportune paradise for bird lovers.