Birds of Wetlands

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Despite the fact that Nepal consumes little space on the planet map, anyway has gigantic biodiversity and is honored with of 9% of the absolute flying creatures of the world. The nation has various Wetlands that are recorded as Ramsar site of the world. A portion of these wetlands are wealthy in wetland birdlife. Various types of wintering or winter visiting wetland species, remains here for 3– multi month at any rate and some for short visit on their adventure in winter or in transit back to their reproducing ground.

A portion of the significant wetlands in Nepal from marsh to the mountain incorporates Koshi Tappu, Jagadishpur, Ghodagadi, Gosainkund, Gokyo, Barju Taal, Taudah, Rara and Phoksundo and so on.

The wetland species that moves at the coming of winter are Ruddy Shelduck, Bar-headed Goose, Gadwall, Common Teal, Great Cormorant, Ferruginous Duck, Red-peaked and Common Pochard, Northern Pintail, Northern Shoveler including rarest species, for example, Falcated Duck and Baikal Teal and so on. Reddish Shelduck travel similarly as from Siberia to this wintering ground and fly significantly further south. Bar-headed Goose is the Duck, that has been flying over the Himalaya and has the notoriety of most astounding flying winged creatures of the world.

Close to over, one can appreciate numerous differing types of flying creatures that includes more fulfillment of birdwatching in Nepal!

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