Saturday, 2 February 2013

Bhigwan Bird Watching Trip 2-Feb-2013

After first Bhigwan bird watching trip, I got another chance to visit same place again after 14 days. Just to avoid almost same travel blog on Bhigwan trip, I’m posting few photographs and link to the original travel blog.
Click here for Bhigwan Bird Watching blog.

About Bhigwan Bird sanctuary:
           Bhigwan, a catchment area of Ujani Dam, is about 105 km from Pune on the Pune-Solapur highway (NH-9). An area of about 18000 hectares has been proposed as a sanctuary for migratory birds. The water catchment area is spread across around the town of Bhigwan. It is an amazing place to see wet land migratory birds like Bar-Headed Goose, Greater Flamingo, Ruddy Shelduck, many spices of ducks and many more birds.
           To reach at Diksal village (near Bhigwan), easy way is Pune – Hadapsar – Join Solapur highway – Drive your vehicle 100km from Pune on Highway – Do not use Bhigwan flyover – Take left at Bhigwan square on highway – Drive 3 to 3.5km – Take right for sanctuary. How to identify correct right turn is; you can spot water tank tower (yellow colored) on that T junction at left hand side of road. Otherwise ask local villagers about Diksal / “where can we see Rohit bird (Marathi name of Greater Flamingo bird)?”

Travelers for this trip were me along with my 13 office colleagues 

Here are some photographs:

Thanks for reading this Travel Blog. 
Happy traveling.
Pritesh Kulkarni

1 comment:

  1. There are times in our lives where we all deserve to have a break. Most of us would love to go to different places in order to revel in the new atmosphere and discover many amazing things.