Tips for a more successful Indian Bird Watching Experienceby Mohit J. White Hat Link Building Services
If you love nature, maybe you are a bird enthusiast already and are planning your next birding vacation, or you are an expert looking for a new place to study, you should check out what bird species India has to offer. You can have a great time hunting for the blue hornbill bird, are looking for something harder to find, as well as experience nature and a vast array of things to do while there. But in order to get the most out of your visit whether you are heading out for the day, or plan on spending longer, is to know some tricks so that your bird watching experience is more successful. Here are some bird-watching tips that will enhance your adventure!
5 tips for bird-watching
- Get a great pair of binoculars - You will be using them a lot as you tour so you might as well invest in a good pair. The point is to see birds and while you will see some of the common species close up and quite easily, some species are harder to spot and when they are flying or flocking it is easier to spot your hornbills with binoculars that have a great field of view and good magnification.
- Learn some bird calls - Yes it might make you feel a bit self-conscious at first, but if you are touring with other bird experts you will not be the only one who knows the calls of certain birds and uses them. It helps to locate certain species and picking up good mimicry and slinging skills will get you some excellent photo opportunities!
- Hire a great expert to guide you - Having a good guide, naturist, can make a huge difference to how much fun you have and how successful you are at spotting all manner of species. Whether you are looking for a blue hornbill bird, a kingfisher or some other bird they will know where to look and when is best to go out. They also know which places are the best for photos.
- Join a conservation body - There are several reasons why this is a good idea apart from the obvious of being a part of something important in looking after birds and helping those at risk. You can also enjoy being a part of bird watching tours and discover which species are being surveyed.
- Be quiet - It sounds like an obvious tip but it is worth mentioning. You need to be quiet in order to spot birds or any animal. This means walking quietly and that means you prefer trainers over boots as they are quieter.
Birding in India, looking for hornbills or peafowl or a migratory bird, is an amazing experience. There is huge diversity and a wide range of parks and sanctuaries ready to be explored. Experience them in person, make sure you bring a great pair of binoculars and a great camera and have the time of your life!
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