The Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary is merely three hour drive from the capital of India and is spread over an area of 1074 acres The main attraction of Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary is a beautiful lake. This is a centre of attraction for the visitors who come for bird watching. A vehicle track goes all around the lake, passing the enchanting yellow fields of mustard
The Bhindawas Lake is being used by the migratory and resident birds of about 250 species. This beautiful lake is facing is the problem, of the weed water hyacinth, which has damaged the drainage system of the lake besides it also faces a fear of getting dried up as there is no source of perennial water.
Blue Peafowl, Gray Francolin, Black Francolin, Graylag Goose, Ruddy Shelduck, Bar-headed Goose, Comb Duck, Gadwall, Eurasian Wigeon, Great Cormorant, Common Teal, Northern Pintail, Northern Shoveler, Red vented Bulbul, Common Pochard, Black-rumped Flameback, Common Hoopoe, White-throated Kingfisher, Green Bee-eater, Black Drongo, Pied Cuckoo, Common Hawk Cuckoo, Rose-ringed Parakeet, Spotted Owlet, Blue Rock Pigeon, Great Egret, Purple Swamphen, Eurasian Collared Dove, Mallard, Crested Lark, Jungle Babbler, Ashy Prinia etc are some of the more common birds found in Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary. In addition to the above birds, the antelope Neelgai (Blue Bull) and Jungle Cat can also be seen in Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary.
|Best Time to Visit||:||November to March|
|Nearest Railway Station||:||Jhajjar|
|Established||:||5 July 1986|
|Main Attraction||:||Migratory Birds|
|Opening Time||:||Winter 6:30 am - 5 pm ; Summer: 6 am - 6 pm|
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