Bird & Herbivore Pictures from Bannerghatta National Park

by Harish Mohan on Jul.06, 2010, under Wildlife

Contd From My Previous Post

This Post shares with you some of the Herbivore & birds which we spotted during our stay in Bannerghatta.The Jungle Lodges here provides a morning nature walk through a herbivorous park.There are 3 water bodies in this park & usually these water bodies are host to a lot of bird life,but for our luck we just could spot very little of them & here i am sharing them..

The below are called Mute swans and these are usually quite,& makes noise only when disturbed.

This one is called Spotted Dove.This was the most decent shot i could get from my limited kit.

The below one is our national bird the peacock.Though i am still starved to see a peacock in its dancing form & i pray that i get that shot some time soon in my life.

I always thought that i will never do bird watching or for that matter try & do wildlife photography ,but this trip proved it all wrong,remember what i told in the 1st post .The more you come near the nature the more you get involved.

While we were walking through the Herbivore park we were cautioned about the wild bison’s in the park by our guide.As the guide was explaining to us the deadly aftereffects of a bison attack recently in the park,guess what we saw at the next turn.
Not one but two Bison’s looking straight into us,We were scared to death & at that moment the best thing to do was to hear to our guides commands & we religiously followed it & he took us to safety,but not before i could click this.

A little more walk in to the wild brought us near a sambar deer which had come to have its breakfast.

After the nature walk this is what waited for us at Bannerghatta Park.

Like this after a walk of 2 and half hours we reached back jungle lodges to have our breakfast.

I bet the next part of this blog will be the most beautiful & colorful one.

To be Contd..

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