The State of India’s Birds report was launched yesterday. This is the first comprehensive assessment of the distribution range, trends in abundance, and conservation status for most of the bird species that regularly occur in India.
November witnessed a lot of rains in many parts of India, especially in several south Indian states. Extreme wind conditions brought by thunderstorms and cyclones forced a few birds to change their migration routes.
November has arrived, and with it, more birds and more birding opportunities for you! Wintering birds such as European Starlings, Greylag and Bar-headed Geese, Red-crested Pochard, Amur Falcons, and a slew of other species visit India’s different habitats and regions during the winter months.