Spring birding at Karnala Bird Sanctuary

5th March


Spring birding at Karnala Bird Sanctuary

Spring time is excellent for birding in the forest; the canopy is less dense and the forest is filled with the symphony of bird songs. This is the best time to spot resident birds like Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Black-naped Monarch, Small Sunbird, Rufous and Heart-spotted Woodpecker, White-bellied, Greater Racquet-tailed and Bronzed Drongo, Crested Hawk-eagle, Crested 

Serpent-eagle, and Golden-fronted Leafbird. One could also spot a few migrants like Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher, and warblers in their fresh plumage as they prepare to migrate back to their breeding grounds.

Grade: Easy (2–3 km undulating walk)

Reporting: Bus will leave from Dadar T.T. (near Chandu Halwai) at 06:00 a.m., Chembur (near Diamond Garden) at 06:20 a.m., and Vashi (Vashi Jn) at 06:40 a.m.

The group will be back by noon.

Charges: Rs 1,500/- for BNHS members and Rs 1,700/- for others.

Cost includes: Transport, entry ticket, and BNHS expertise only.

Registration*: Email us at programmes@bnhs.org or call/WhatsApp +91-9969798447 (Mon–Fri 09:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m.).

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