Birds Of Jamjir
BIRDING IN JAMJIR – WHERE THE AVIAN SPECTACLE NEVER CEASES MORNING TO DUSK TO THE NOCTURNAL.
- Avian Species – The birding experience at Jamjir is all about interpreting the behavioral ecology.
You could well encounter a hundred species and subspecies and further birding to nearby wetlands, estuaries and marine habitats would be fifty species. For the AVID BIRDER all this can be handled in a days trip.
- The habitat around Jamjir Retreat – comprises scrub forest, dry deciduous forest, riverine evergreen bush and trees, forested rocky slopes of river, croplands and thick hedge growths, mango and coconut orchards and sugarcane fields.and rocks and growth of vegetation in flowing river with moss and ferns. From January to March the habitat is a blast of flowering trees like the Flame of forest, Indian Coral tree and the Silk Cotton tree and several others this period attract the Nectarine birds to these blossoms and during the berry fruiting period of Ficus like Umro, Pipal, Banyan the Green Pigeon and Coppersmith, Bulbuls and others are attracted to these trees for feeding. Flowing river provides ample fish and crustaceans for River terns, Cormorants, Darters, Herons, Fish Owls, Kingfishers, Storks and Egrets. Being on the flight pathway, Jamjir is visited by several other migratory species like wagtails, water fowls, red start, hoopoe, pipits, bushchat, rose finch and many more...