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Birds in Panna National Park

The ever colorful life of the birds fascinates everyone. The twittering and chirping sound of these creature mesmerizes every listeners. The sweet melody enthralls and creates a magic in the air. The mysterious atmosphere of the Panna National Park is supplemented by the sound of the music of these wonderful creatures.

The forest is home to some 200 odd species of birds. Truly magnificent! The list includes a number of Winter Migratory birds too.

The National bird of India, Peacock is the most easily spotted one. The dazzling colors and vigor of the bird truly makes it a treat to watch. During monsoons the dancing of the Peacock is one the most attractive view to any visitor.

The other species seen in the Panna National Park are White necked stork, Bareheaded goose, Honey buzzard, King vulture, Blossom headed Parakeet, Paradise flycatcher, Slaty headed Scimitar babbler and many more.

The best time to catch a glimpse of the Migratory birds is during winter. The forests also abodes to a large number of endangered bird species.

Come to the forest and enjoy the colorful life of the colorful species!