India is known for its diversified culture and heritage for a long period of time. One of the richest cultural heritage is witnessed in the Northern state of India, Rajasthan. Rajasthan offers you a chance to get exposure for its magnificent beauty and experience its royal culture. Bharatpur, One of the renowned cities in Rajasthan to experience nature at its best is Bharatpur. One of the finest bird sanctuaries on the planet is allocated in Bharatpur and sanctuary is commonly known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. It was affirmed as one of the World Heritage Sites under the World Heritage Convention.
If you are planning a small getaway from your busy city life hectic schedule and want to explore or be around with the beauty of nature, then Bharatpur is the perfect choice for you to pick. The sequence of splendid views with thick dense forest will definitely leave you to astound. The area is fully covered by thick woods, shrubs, and medium-sized plants. The sanctuary is heavily rich in birds, flora, fauna, mammals, and many other species. It is keenly observed that many of the bird species migrate during the winters from Siberia and other countries especially during the winters to enjoy the wintering and for the purpose of breeding. It has become one of the major attraction places for tourists from all around the world. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is considered one of the richest places in the number of migrating birds which also implicates water birds to this place and also for the native fauna. To maintain the natural beauty of the sanctuary and its richness in diversity, the national park is decorated or designed with some artificial marshes along with its natural medium-sized trees and shrubs. Fauna of the sanctuary is comprised of abundant species of most of the sea habitat.
The Sanctuary is considered as the breeding site for several types of birds and other species even in recent years the breeding of greater eagle was spotted here, which established the new record for the geography of India. The diversity of the sanctuary also includes 27 species of mammals, 5 lizard species, 13 snake species, and 7 species of amphibians. The diversity of the sanctuary also invites several ornithologists from every corner of the world during the season. The best season to visit sanctuary starts from November and ends in March. The winter season is the peak season in which most of the species of winter hibernated and migrated birds are seen in the forest. You can visit the Sanctuary during the whole time of the year, but, the best time to visit the park is during the winter season, as the habitat becomes rich in fauna and species variant and the beauty of the flora offers you the splash of colors during winter sunny days with smoky essence of fog. Several research and operations are performed to monitor the relationship between all the species with one another and to the surrounding environment. The Bombay Natural History Society researched the interaction and relationship between all the species of the sanctuary.