Birds in Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
Wish you could fly! Then the whole world would have been at your feet. Truly a wonderful life up, up and away deep into the sky or flying around those beautiful trees.
The colorful creatures always adds color to its surroundings. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is no exception. The numerous species, 350 approximately, of birds adds a total new dimension to the environment of the forest. The twittering and chirping of these creatures forms the mysterious backdrop of the forest. In fact the ornithologists find Wayanad forest a great place for fact findings on birds.
Usually Peacock, babblers are the most common species which can be spotted around. In fact the reserve preserves a large peacock family. Adding more color and variety to its collection of the avian species are the cuckoos, owl, wood pecker and jungle fowl. Well, these are just a few among the huge count of 350 species.
In addition to all these some migratory birds migrate during favorable season, thus adding on to the ever growing number of the birds in the forests.