Top 12 birds Dudhwa Tiger Reserve

Dudhwa Tiger Reserve’s thick cover of sal and teak forest, many horseshoes bend caused by the meandering rivers and plenty of swamp areas. Apart from being home to some of the most endangered animals like tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, hispid hare, Dudhwa is home to rare bird species like the Bengal Florican. For an avid birder, the park is a haven. More than 450+ species of birds have been spotted from Dudhwa National Park. The natural water body is the most popular birding spot in the park. Our top ten birds you should look out for while birding in Dudhwa National Park. Our Top 12 birds Dudhwa Tiger Reserve.

  1. Bengal Florican
  2. Great Slaty Woodpecker
  3. Black-necked Stork
  4. Great Pied Hornbill
  5. Indian Golden Oriole
  6. Egyptian Vultur
  7. White-Throated Kingfisher
  8. Laggar Falcon
  9. Indian Grey Hornbill
  10. Rocket Tail Drongo
  11. Green Bee Eater
  12. Spotted Owlet

Fulvous Whistling-Duck, Greylag Goose, Falcated Duck, Indian Spot-billed Duck, Jungle Bush Quail, Spotted-necked Dove, Savanna Nightjar, Banded Bay Cuckoo, Watercock, Great White Pelican, Bonelli’s Eagle to name a few.

The best time for bird watching in Dudhwa National Park is winter.