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Oriental Images Of Beautiful Birds Of Tadoba

Tadoba National Park is a beautiful place, located in the Chandrapur district of the state of Maharashtra. It is a part of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve. It is one of the best tiger reserves of India as tiger population has increased rapidly. The park is also home to about 181 species of birds, which includes endangered and water birds.
Tadoba National Park and Andhari wildlife sanctuary together form the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve. Those who love birding and action photography then Tadoba safaris are best to get wonderful opportunity for bird and wildlife photography. This park is home of various wonderful birds, endangered and extinct birds of India, and some migratory birds.
Serpent eagle:
Serpent eagle is amain attraction among all birds from Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve. They have a large looking head with long feathers, yellow beak and powerful feet. They call often with a loud. Crested serpent eagles are apex predators and at the top of their food chain. They control population of snakes, small mammals and reptiles.
Golden Oriel:  
This beautiful bird has bright golden-yellow plumage; black stripe through eye; black wings and center of tail. Solitary or in pairs regularly visits fruiting and flowering trees; hunts insects in leafy branches.
The glossy ibis is a wading bird in the ibis family. This large, long leged wading bird has a long curved bill. Adults are reach chestnut with metalic green wings. Breeding birds have dark facial skin with exteding from bill to the eye.
The changeable hawk-eagle or crested hawk-eagle
The Crested hawk-eagle is a medium-large raptor normally brown above; white below with barring on the undersides of the flight feathers and tail; black longitudinal streaks on throat and chocolate streaks on breast. They generally eat small mammals, birds and reptiles. There nest is a large stick platform lined with green leaves, high up in a forest tree.
Barn Owl is the most widely distributed species of owl. Barn owls specializes in hunting small mammals on the ground which they locate by sound, their hearing being very acute.
The Indian cormorant is a member of the cormorant family. It is found mainly along the inland waters of the Indian Subcontinent. It is often seen standing with its wings held out to dry. Regarded by some as black, sinister and greedy, cormorants are supreme fishers.
The White Eyed Buzzard
The White Eyed Buzzard is a medium-sized hawk. They have a rufous tail, a distinctive white iris, and a white throat bearing a dark mesial stripe bordered. The head is brown and the median coverts of the upper wing are pale. Their food is insect and small vertebrate prey.
Open Bill Stork:
They are large wading birds characterized by large bills, the mandibles of which do not meet except at the tip. It is grayish or white with glossy black wings and tail. The short legs are pinkish to grey, reddish prior to breeding. They feeds mainly on large molluscs, mostly snails. The usual foraging habitats are inland wetlands.
Spoon Bill Duck
Green Bee Eater