Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Sagar and Damoh districts in Madhya Pradesh in India. It is a dry deciduous forest type with interesting avi-fauna. On my recent survey I could sight many birds. We visited Nauradehi on April tenth, year 2010..
Common Woodshrike Peacock Painted stork Lesser adjutant stork Lesser whistling teal Golden oriole White browed wagtail Little egret Cattle egret Spotted dove Ring Dove Crested serpent eagle Booted eagle Shikra Plum headed parakeet Common myna Grey Heron Sarus crane Tree pie Asian paradise flycatcher Tickell's flower pecker Chestnut shouldered petronia Rose ringed parakeet Crested Bunting Greater Coucal Small Minivet White browed fantail flycatcher White eye Ashy Prinia Plain Prinia Red Vented Bulbul King Vulture Changeable Hawk Eagle Honey Buzzard Shikra Black Winged Kite Black Redstart Common Tailorbird Long Billed Vulture White Backed Vulture Egyptian Vulture Orange Headed Ground Thrush Green Sanpiper Moustached Warbler Common Sandpiper Oriental Darter Brahminy Myna Pied Starling Common Myna Paddyfield Pipit Rufous Tailed Lark Ashy Crowned Sparrow Lark Large Cuckoo Shrike Grey Nightjar Indian Nightjar Temminck's Stint Blyth's Reed Warbler
On further visits the checklist of birds will grow. Thebirding at Nauradehishows great potential. A rare bird the spotted grey creeper is said to be found here. We were not fortunate enough to locate the bird.
Nauradehi is a different ecosystem then Kanha and Bandhavgarh, being dryer and with different composition of floral elements. Bird tours here will be full of excitement and discovery.
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