Bird Watching in Harike Wetlands

Entry : free

Address : Harike, Punjab, India

Why to visit Bird Watching in Harike Wetlands

The Harike Wetlands are one of India's largest wetlands, home to a vast shallowness created by the confluence of the Sutlej river and Beas river. The wetlands are visited every year by magnificent wings from countries such as Kazakhstan, Russia, Siberia, etc. In the first week of November, the birds arrive here and stay until March. It is possible to spot duck tufted, godwit, gills, bills, spoon, dumbbell etc.

Special Tip

None, but permit is required from DFO and photography of Harike barrage is prohibited

By Abhilasha Prasad

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