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Birds at Sholinganallur Marsh - Photos
Sholinganallur Marsh is one of the fastly vanishing wet land inside Chennai city due to city expansion and encroachments. This marsh land is home to variety of birds during winter and for some round the year. There are many number of birds found here and some are Pelicans, Painted Storks, various raptors, ducks, Herons, Egrets, Purple Moorhen,slits, etc. Some pictures below,

Posted By Satheesh Babu


Bird Watching In and Around Adayar Backwater River - Photos
There are variety of birds found on the shores of Adayar beach just behind Theosophical society and in Adayar river backwater. Since this place is located on the shores of ocean, many variety of birds are found here. Some of the birds visit this places for feeding from Theosophical society forest and in backwater. Some of the birds pictures below,

Posted By Satheesh Babu


Birds at Chembarambakkam Lake - Photos
Chembarambakkam Lake is rain filled fresh water lake located in Chennai that caters the water needs of the city. This lake is one of the biggest lake in Chennai which spreads around 3800 acres of land. There are many bird species that are both resident and migratory. Some of birds include herons, egrets, Pelicans, Cormorants, darters, spot billed duck, painted storks, etc. Pictures below,

Posted By Satheesh Babu


Birds at Pulicat Lake(Backwater) Bird Sanctuary - Photos
Pulicat Lake or Pulicat Backwater or Pazhaverkaadu(Tamil) is located at around 90 km away from Chennai is home to many bird species. This lake is also home to the Pulicat Bird Sanctuary. There are variety of birds like Flamingos, Painted Storks, herons, egrets, cormorants, slits, gulls, ducks, Pelicans, etc are seen here. Pictures below,

Posted By Satheesh Babu


Birds at Nanmangalam Reserve Forest and Nanmangalam Lake - Photos
This place is located at Tambaram-Velacherry Main road, exactly at around 5.2 kilometrs away from Tambaram railway station and it is one among the many bird watching places found in and around Chennai.

Posted By Satheesh Babu