Rajaji Jungle Safari

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Birding Rajaji

Rajaji National Park, a bird watching destination, more than 400 species of endemic and resident birds, passage and migratory birds. The bird diversity in Rajaji National Park is very rich because of located in different ecological zone and also because of different kind of habitats present in it.

Rajaji has has 11 species of woodpeckers, 5 species of barbets and 3 species of hornbills including the nearly threatened Great Hornbill, Pied Hornbill. Under the Western Himalayas Endemic Bird Area.
A total of 350 birds species has been recorded. Of these 151 are residents, 87 migrants, and 49 are attitudinal migrants, 7 are local migrants, while the status of the remaining 18 is unknown. 


The Park does get its share of migratory birds during winter. A large number of migratory birds are seen to congregate on the Ganges, especially near the Bhimgoda Barrage in Haridwar. Larger Cormorant, Ruddy Shelduck, Red Crested Pochard, Common Pochard, Tufted Duck, Pintail, Gadwall, Mallard, etc. are some of the water birds that are commonly seen in the Rajaji Park during winter. These birds are attracted by the little food available to them in these semi-permanent streams. The migratory birds have not been observed to breed in the Park.