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    Birding Club

    Birding Club

    Birds. These feathered beauties are widespread all over the planet in all kinds habitat. Watching them in their prime habitat is quite an intriguing hobby. Starting from your own backyard to the rich in wildlife destinations of India, we try and explore more about the avian world.

    Beyond Wild brings you a platform where you can enjoy birding in the rich ecosystems all over India. Meet the experts and master your birding skills. Know how to make good photographs of these wonderful creatures on one of our dedicated bird photography workshops.

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    Destinations Visited

    Kaziranga National Park
    Kaziranga National Park
     A greyish-black coloured primordial beast roams across the vast flood plains of Kaziranga. Travelers from all over the world visit this beautiful land to catch a glimpse of this majestic...Read More
    Little Rann of Kutch.
    Little Rann of Kutch.
    This is, unfortunately, the world’s last refuge of the Indian Wild Ass. These splendid animals roam across the vast salt pans with elegance and majesty, where they are now protected in the...Read More
    Keoladeo National Park - Bharatpur
    Keoladeo National Park - Bharatpur
     Keoladeo National Park is a man-made and man-managed wetland playing host to thousands of water birds. Bharatpur is arguably India`s best bird-watching destination and is visited by many bird...Read More
    Manas National Park
    Manas National Park
    Manas National Park is wild wonder. Situated in the Indian state of Assam, the Manas river, which gives the park its name, meanders its way through the heart of the national park, creating a dense...Read More
    Dandeli
    Dandeli
    Dandeli is an iconic forest located in Western Ghats of North Karnataka. Being the second largest wildlife sanctuary of Karnataka, this idyll is home to several varieties of endangered mammals, birds...Read More
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