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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


Birds at Siruthavur Forest and Siruthavur Lake - Photos
Siruthavur is located at Thiruporur end of the Chengalpattu-Thiruporur Road.The Siruthavur reserve forest and Siruhtavur is one of the unknow bird watching place near Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

Posted By Satheesh Babu


Flamingos and Other Migratory Birds at Pallikarani Marsh Land - Photos
Pallikarnai Marsh Land or Wet Land is located near Velachery in Chennai. This place is home for many kinds birds including some migratory birds and endangered species. Pallikarani Marsh Land mostly consists of water bodies, plants, scrubs, etc. This place is also one of the most visited place by bird watchers and wild life enthusiasts. Some of pictures clicked at this place is below,

Posted By Satheesh Babu


Alamparai Fort in ECR Road Pictures
Alamparai fort is one of the least known historic places found on the southern outskirts of Chennai. It is around 100kms away from Chennai through ECR Road and is very near to Pondicherry. The Fort is believed to be constructed by Muslim rulers around 18th century and what we see now is the broken remains of the Fort. This place is very picturesque since it is on the shores of Bay of Bengal and has scenic backwaters. With a neat sandy beach and backwater the broken Fort is treat to our eyes and is a perfect place for a weekend outing. If you are a photographer, you will love this place since the landscape is very unique with sandy beach, backwater and a Fort closer to each other. Other than this, the beach and backwater has abundant of shells, crabs, fish, etc. Some of the pictures clicked at Alamparai is below.

Posted By Satheesh Babu