5 Exotic Birds Spotted at Kabini
With its grand lustre of green pastures & wild waters, Kabini attracts a wide range of birds and bird watchers every year. As an international hub for veteran photographers and wanderlust wanderers who want to connect with nature, Kabini never disappoints us. Here’s a rundown of our feathery friends spotted by the waterfront.
The White Wigtail’s signature salt and pepper plumage and loud calls make them instantly recognizable. They can be found bobbing their tails on flat areas around Kabini, in search of insects to feed on.
Pied Bushchat can be found perched atop of shrubs, in search of insect prey. Their eyes are dark brown while their bill and legs are black.
Weavers are small birds that can found flocking together or building elaborate nests across the forest of Kabini. Weaver birds weave loops of grass and leaves around branches of trees to build their nests.
Orioles feed on fruits, nectar and insects. They are capable of dispersing the seeds of many berry-bearing plants and can be seen flying around Kabini.
Hoepoes feed on insects and spiders. They can be sighted all around the river Kabini. Their specific features include a pinkish-brown body with striking black and white wings.
If you manage to capture any of these beautiful birds on your camera, stay a night at The Serai Kabini and submit your entry for our photo contest. The winner gets to take home Rs. 1,00,000! Don’t miss your chance to win the grand prize.
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