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Dance of Demoiselle cranes in Daryapur

Local bird-lovers are rejoicing this season as the year has recorded the highest number of winter migratory bird specie ever sighted in Maharashtra. Around 957 Demoiselle cranes, popularly known as ‘Kraunch’ in Marathi, have been spotted near Daryapur ... Economic Times, 1 month ago

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Cops fail to catch bird poachers in Junagadh district

RAJKOT: Yet another instance of poaching of Spoon Bills and Demoiselle Cranes has come to light from Mangrol in Junagadh district. Police seized a four-wheeler containing the carcasses of 24 Demoiselle Cranes and two Spoon Bills on Sunday morning ...
 Times of India2 months ago

The colorful facts about these majestic birds

Cranes are large birds with a length ranging from 90 centimeters (demoiselle crane) to 176 centimeters (sarus crane). These long-legged and streamlined birds fly with their necks outstretched and legs extended beyond the tail. Most species ...
 Shanghai Daily1 month ago
Pune Mirror

Demoiselle Crane back in Bhigwan

The bird has not been seen in the area for about two years; experts claim this is due to changing crop patterns. After a break of two years, the Demoiselle Crane is back in Bhigwan, with locals having spotted around 15 to 20 of the birds in recent ...
 Pune Mirror2 months ago

110 species of winged guests visit Wadhwana lake this winter

VADODARA: A bird census conducted recently at Wadhwana lake in Dabhoi revealed that about 110 species of birds visited the water body this winter. The census carried out by forest department also recorded presence of 36,000 birds in and around the ...
 Times of India1 month ago
New Scientist

Geese use the Himalayas like a massive rollercoaster

They were once reported to fly over Mount Everest itself, almost 9 kilometres up. Now it turns out that bar-headed geese are a bit more level-headed about how they make their gruelling trip each year from Mongolia to spend winters in warmer India.
 New Scientist2 months ago
Outlook Traveller

Explore Rajasthan's little-known hamlets

An off-roading venture on the fringes of the great Indian desert Ahtushi Local women on their way to work Ahtushi A flock of Demoiselle cranes Ahtushi Caught on camera — the elusive black buck Ahtushi Millet rotis being prepared in ...
 Outlook Traveller2 months ago
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