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    Default Exploring a New Birding Hotspot in West Bengal

    I had been already mentioned the general description of birds in and around Barddhaman Town in this forum. Currently I have focused on the alluvial river bed of Damodar which is gradually becoming a new hotspot for migratory as well as resident birds. So i want to share my information with you. From December, 2014 to November, 2015 I have found the following important birds at various locations in between Belkash and Ghordorchati (see the Google Earth map).
    Location - approx 4 km south from the Barddhaman railway station towards Arambag Road (100 km from Kolkata via NH2)
    Please giver your valuable comments in this respect.
    Bird Checklist :-
    1. Osprey
    2. Common Kestrel
    3. Long-legged Buzzard
    4. Black-eared Kite
    5. Black Kite
    6. Shikra
    7. Peregrine Falcon
    8. Botted Eagle
    7. Grey Heron
    8. Greater Cormorant
    9. Ruddy Shelduck
    10. Brown-headed Gull
    11. Kentish Plover
    12. Little-ringed Plover
    13. Black-winged Stilt
    14. Temminck's stint
    15. Little Stint
    16. Oriental skylark
    17. Sand lark
    18. White wagtail
    19. Yellow wagtail
    20. Grey Wagtail
    21. White-browed Wagtail
    22. Plain Sand Martin
    23. Baya Weaver
    24. Black-breasted Weaver
    25. Chestnut Munia
    26. Tri-colour Munia
    27. Scaly-breasted Munia
    28. Greater Coucal
    29. Brown Shrike
    30. Long-tailed Shrike
    31. Black-winged Kite
    32. Common Hoopoe
    33. Common Kingfisher
    34. Pied Kingfisher
    35. White-breasted Kingfisher
    36. Common Sandpiper
    37. Wood Sandpiper
    38. Green Sandpiper
    39. Indian Roller
    40. Small Pratincole
    41. Paddy field Warbler
    42. Paddy field Pipit
    43. Olive-backed Pipit
    44. Green Bee-eater
    45. Ashy-crowned Sparrowlark
    46. Ashy Woodswallow
    47. Common Greenshank
    48. Grey-headed lapwing
    49. Yellow-wattled lapwing
    50. red-wattled lapwing
    51. Spotted Owlet
    52. Golden Oriole
    53. Black-hooded Oriole
    54. Black-headed Bunting
    55. Common Iora
    56. Plain Prinia
    57. Great Egret
    58. Grey Francolin
    59. Bengal Bushlark
    60. Common Hawk Cuckoo
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