Wednesday, 27 November 2019

Jawli - Raireshwar Camp

Pic by Renee V

Raireshwar fort is a famous destination for hardcore trekkers but quite uncommon for a nature camp. But the plateau on Raireshwar  which is characteristic of Sahyadri mountain range was a treasure trove. Though it was month of September still we were caught by extended rains but still variety of wild flowers keeps our enthusiasm very high. Jawli forest is from one of the few intact forest patches from Bhor. Following are some of sightings done during the camp conducted from 27th to 29th September, 2019

Plants : 

  • Lecanthus penduncularis 
  • Elatostema cuneatum
  • Rhynchoglossum obliqnum
  • Asystasia dalzelliana
  • Setaria intermedia
  • Setaria verticillate
  • Adelocaryum malabaricum (Kali Nisurdi)
  • Senecio bombayensis (Sonaki)
  • Pimpinella Sp.
  • Impatiens pulcherrima (Dhal terda)
  • Exacum pumilum (Nili Chireyat)
  • Impatiens balsamina (Terda)
  • Impatiens oppositifolia (Lal Terda)
  • Habenaria longicorniculata (Long tailed Habenaria)
  • Hitchenia caulina (Chavar)
  • Pinda concanesis 
  • Imatiens dalzelli (Pivla Terda)
  • Tragic involucrate
  • Adelocaryum coelestrinum (Nisurdi)
  • Paracaryopsis lambertiane (Hirvi Nisurdi)
  • Oxalis corniculate (Ambushi)
  • Cardamine trichocarpa 
  • Dioscoria bulbifera (Kadu karanda)
  • Carvia callosa (Karvi)
  • Cassia tora (Takla)
  • Cynotis cristata (Nabhali)
  • Cynotis tuberosa (Abhali)
  • Celosia argentea (Kurdu)
  • Memecylon umbellatum (Anjan)
  • Eruthrina variegata (Pangara)
  • Vigna Sp.
  • Eriocaulon sedgewickii (Gend)
  • Utricularia Sp.
  • Commelina benghalensis (Keni)
  • Caesalpiniea bonduc (Sagargota)
  • Smithia sensitiva (Kavla)

Birds :

  • Cattle egrate
  • White browed fan tailed flycatcher 
  • Common Myna
  • Tailor bird
  • Greater Coucal 
  • House sparrow 
Butterflies : 
  • Common grass yellow
  • Blue mormon 
  • Common Sailor 
Other
  • Giant wood spider


Pic by Sucharita A.

Pic by Sucharita A.

Pic by Sucharita A.
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Pic by Yogesh N

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Wednesday, 13 November 2019

Melghat Camp Report


Dear Nature lovers,

We recently had a great monsoon that almost crossed many records of the decades. Although, forest is beautiful throughout the year but, post monsoon season is always very charming in the forest. OikoEssence conducted nature camp to Melghat in the month of September, 2019 to observe this beauty of the forest. It had been really magical time that we got to spend here. We all came back with beautiful memories and got some good clicks during this camp and would be sharing some of them here. Melghat is one of the largest forested area in Maharashtra and is a home of many wild species such as tigers, gaur, leopard etc.







Pic by Rupali G




Pic by Rupali G


It may not be the good season for wildlife sightings but, we managed to see good amount of diversity. Sharing the list of fauna sighted during this visit.



Birds
Pic by Rupali G
1.       Large green barbet
2.       Copper smith barbet
3.       Rufous treepie
4.       Tailor bird
5.       Rose-ring Parakeet
6.       Tit
7.       Indian roller
8.       Jungle babbler
9.       Black Drongo
10.   Ashy drongo
11.   White throated Kingfisher
12.   Racket tail drongo
13.   Little brown dove
14.   Spotted dove
15.   Eurasian collared dove
16.   Shikra
Pic by Rupali G
17.   Black winged kite
18.   Painted stork
19.   Woolly necked stork
20.   House Crow
21.   Large billed crow
22.   House Sparrow
23.   Plain Prinia
24.   Ashy prinia
25.   Grey hornbill
26.   Cuckoo shrike
27.   Koel
28.   Barn owl
29.   Black hooded Oriole
30.   Golden fronted leaf bird
31.   Greater Flameback
32.   White browed wagtail
33.   White bellied drongo
34.   Red vented bulbul
35.   Red whiskered bulbul
36.   Purple sunbird
37.   Yellow footed green pigeon



Mammals
1.       Gaur
2.       Jackals
3.       Sloth bear
4.       Hanuman langoor
5.       Rhesus macaque
6.       Sambar
7.       Bats
Others
1.       Water strider
2.       Millipede
3.       Lime
4.       Great eggfly
5.       Red silk Cotton bug
6.       Glow worm
Giant wood spider
























































Friday, 25 October 2019

Programme schedule, 2020

Programme schedule, 2020 for nature lovers

OikoEssence
With Nature in Mind…

For details and registrations contact us – Mobile & WhatsApp: 9969440476 / 9869611810; Mob: 8433769487 / 7700911182 Email ID: oikoessence@gmail.com

Please note:
·         Go through the Rules & Regulations, given at the end of this schedule before registering. Once you are registered, it will be considered that you agree to all our rules and regulations which you must follow during our camps & trails.
·         Participants should be 8 yrs and above (no upper age limit). Child between 8yrs to 12yrs should be accompanied by parents/guardians.


January, 2020

13th – 16th January, 2020 – Amritsar, Dasuya forest - Punjab
Dasuya forest is situated in Shivalik Ranges. Hilly mountains and small rivulets makes Dasuya perfect place for nature lovers to observe various species of flora and lesser fauna. A visit to auspicious Golden temple will make this camp very special and memorable.
Camp charges: Rs. 14,000/- per head
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, food, stay, three safaris and transport from Amritsar to Amritsar.
Register before 10th November, 2019
Flight tickets can be booked by us at an extra cost at actual.
Meeting time: 13th January – Pick-ups are available from Amritsar Airport and Station at 8am, participants are requested to book return flights/train after 7pm on 16th January

24th – 26th January, 2020 – Short Escape in the Wild – Kanha National Park.
Kanha forest - a dream of almost all nature lovers, is always charming and full of life. This short visit will surely refresh your body and mind.
Camp charges: Rs. 18,000/- per head.
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, food, stay (Infinity Resort or similar), three safaris and transport from Jabalpur to Jabalpur.
Registration before: 2nd December, 2019.
Flight tickets can be booked by us at an extra cost at actual. Pick-ups are available from Jabalpur airport at 8am. Participants are requested to book return flights/train after 12pm on 26th January


February, 2020

1st February– 3rd February – Short Escape in the Wild – Corbett National Park.
First project tiger sight and one of the oldest national park in India, located in the foothills of Himalaya. Unmatched landscapes and nature heritage will make you fall in love with this amazing place.
Camp charges: Rs. 21,500/- per head.
The cost includes food, stay (Infinity Resort or similar), three safaris and transport from Delhi to Delhi. 
Meeting time: 1st February – Pick ups are available at 8am from Delhi Airport as well as from NDLS Station, participants are requested to book return flights/train after 8pm on 3rd February
Registration before: 10th December, 2019.
Flight tickets can be booked by us at an extra cost at actual.

18th – 24th February – Chikmangalur, Kemmangundi
Lush green forest in all dimensions; a perfect season for birding in land of Coffee.
Camp charges: Rs. 24000/- per head.
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, food, stay and transport from Mumbai to Mumbai.
Registration before: 10th November, 2019.
Journey Details: 3AC
18th February (Tuesday), 2020: Departure by 12133 Mangalore Exp from CSMT at 22.02hrs. Reach Udupi at 13.10hrs on 19th Feb, 2020.                                     
23rd February (Sunday), 2020: Departure by 12134 Mumbai Exp from Udupi at 14.59hrs. Reach CSMT at 04.25hrs on 24th February, 2020.

March, 2020

2nd – 13th March, 2020 – Explore art and culture of Bastar in Holi, Achanakmar, Barnawapara - Chhattisgarh
India- the Land of Festivals has rich traditions and some of them are still unchanged and ancient. Bastar is one of such place where old traditions are still followed during celebration time. Safaris in Achanakmar and Barnawapara will be a treat to your eyes and soul.
Camp charges: Rs. 39,500/- per head.
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, safaris, food (except train journey), stay and transport from Mumbai to Mumbai. 
Registration before: 2nd November, 2019
Journey Details: 3AC
2nd March (Monday), 2020: Departure by 12101 Jnaneswari Delx Exp from LTT at 20.35hrs. Reach Bilaspur at 16.10hrs on 3rd March, 2020.                                     
12th March (Thursday), 2020: Departure by 12880 BBS LTT SUP Exp from Bilaspur JN at 17.00hrs. Reach LTT at 13.35hrs on 13th March, 2020.

21st – 25th March, 2020 – Bandipur and Mudumalai
Boundary forests of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka hold very rich biodiversity. Mudumalai National Park if one of the first forest ranges in India. Bandipur and Mudumalai are part of Nilgiri Biosphere reserve.
Mysuru to Mysuru (22nd to 24th Mar) to – Rs. 21, 500/- per head.
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, three safaris, food, stay and transport

Mumbai to Mumbai - Camp charges: Rs. 23,000/- per head.
The cost includes train tickets (Mumbai-Mysuru-Mumbai), Entry fees, sightseeing, three safaris, food (except train journey), stay and transport.
 Journey Details: 3AC
21st March (Saturday), 2020: Departure by 16209 AII Mys Exp from Kalyan JN at 01.02hrs. Reach Mysuru Jn at 06.00hrs on 22nd Mar, 2020.                                     
24th March (Tuesday), 2020: Departure by 16210 Ajmer Exp from Mysuru JN at 18.35hrs. Reach Kalyan JN at 21.27hrs on 25th March, 2020.
Registration before: 15th November, 2019.

                                                   
April, 2020

10th – 15th April, 2020 – Lava, Neora Valley, Chapramari and Gorumara – West Bengal
Neora Valley is one of the last patches of virgin forests in the country which Chapramari WLS and Gorumara NP. Lava is Gateway of Neora valley national park of great ecological significance.
Camp Charges: Rs. 29,500/- per head.
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, safaris, food, stay and transport from Bagdogra to Bagdogra.
Registration before: 10th February, 2020.
Meeting time: 10th April – Pick-ups are available at 1.30pm from Bagdogra Airport as well as from New Jalpaiguri Station, participants are requested to book return flights/train after 2pm on 15th April
Flight tickets can be booked by us at an extra cost at actual.

23rd – 27th April, 2020 – Short Escape in the Wild - Tadoba National Park
Largest Tiger reserve in Maharashtra, attracts lots of tourists every year.
Camp charges: Rs. 19,000/- per head.
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, four safaris, food (except train journey), stay and transport from Mumbai to Mumbai. 
Registration before: 20th December, 2019
Journey Details: 3AC
23rd April (Thursday), 2020: Departure by 12289 CSMT NGP Duronto from CSMT at 20.15hrs. Reach Nagpur at 07.20hrs on 24th April, 2020.                                     
26th April (Sunday), 2020: Departure by 12290 NGP CSMT Duronto from Nagpur at 20.40hrs. Reach CSMT at 08.05hrs on 27th April, 2020.

May, 2020
1st – 10th May, 2020 – Tungnath, Deoriatal, Chopta-Uttarakhand
It won’t be wrong if one calls it as golden triangle for Himalayan birding.
Camp charges: Rs. 40,500/- per head.
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, trekking experts, porter charges, food (Except train journey), stay and transport from Mumbai to Mumbai.
Registration before: 24th December, 2019.
Journey Details: 3AC
1st May (Friday), 2020: Departure by 19019 Dehradun Exp from BDTS at 00:05hrs. (Early morning) Reach Haridwar at 14.35hrs on 2nd May, 2020.
9th May (Saturday), 2020: Departure by 19020 Dehradun Exp from Haridwar at 12.30hrs. Reach BDTS at 04.20hrs on 10th May, 2020.                                   

22nd – 25th May, 2020 – Koyna Forest
Huge backwater lies in dense green forest situated in the heart of Satara district.
Camp charges: Rs. 11,000/- per head.
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, food, stay and transport from Mumbai to Mumbai.
Registration before: 1st May, 2020.
Bus will leave from Swaminarayan temple at 6.30hrs sharp on 22nd May. We will be back by 19.30hrs on 25th May (Subject to traffic)

June, 2020

4th – 8th June, 2020 – Tipeshwar
Emerging tiger heaven.
Camp charges: Rs. 19,500/- per head.
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, Safaris, food (Except train journey), stay and transport from Mumbai to Mumbai.
Registration before: 1st February, 2020.
Journey Details: 3AC
4th June (Thursday), 2020: Departure by 12105 Vidarbh Exp from Mumbai CST at 19.05hrs. Reach Badnera Jn at 05.50hrs on 5th June, 2020.                                     
7th June (Sunday), 2020: Departure by 12106 Vidarbh Exp from Badnera Jn at 19.52hrs. Reach CSMT at 07.00hrs on 8th June, 2020.




19th – 22nd June, 2020 – Polo Forest, Gujarat
Ancient Polo City served as hiding place for rulers of Gujarat located in Sacred hills on the East and West. Good chance to observe lot of birds including Hornbill.
Camp charges: Rs. 17,500/- per head.
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, food (Except train journey), stay and from transport Mumbai to Mumbai.
Registration before: 18th February, 2020.
Journey Details: 3AC
19th June (Friday), 2020: Departure by 12009 Shatabdi Exp from BCT at 06.30hrs. Reach Ahmedabad at 12.45hrs on 19th June, 2020.                                     
21st June (Sunday), 2020: Departure by 12268 MMCT Duronto Exp from Ahmedabad at 23.35hrs. Reach BCT at 06.00hrs on 22nd June, 2020.

July, 2020

9th – 13th July, 2020 – Amboli
Pretty little hill station with a great capacity to serve as home to many varieties of flora and fauna. Monsoon is a good time to observe lesser fauna such as amphibians, reptiles etc.
Camp charges: Rs. 12,500/- per head.
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, food (Except train journey), stay and transport from Mumbai to Mumbai.
Registration before: 5th March, 2020.
Journey Details: 3AC
9th July (Thursday), 2020: Departure by 10111 Konkan Kanya Exp from CSMT at 23.05hrs. Reach Sawantwadi RD at 08.22hrs on 10th July, 2020.                                     
12th July (Sunday), 2020: Departure by 10112 Konkan Kanya Exp from Sawantwadi Rd at 18.11hrs. Reach CSTM at 05.50hrs on 13th July, 2020.


August, 2020

15th – 16th August, 2020 – Short Escape in the Wild - Jawhar
This patch of Sahyadri Ranges is often referred as Mahabaleshwar of Thane. The place is a home to various tribe and has a rich historical background that will that will take you back to the 1400.
Camp charges: Rs. 5250/- per head.
The cost includes food, stay and transport from Mumbai to Mumbai.
Registration before: 1st August, 2020.
Bus will leave from Swaminarayan temple opposite Dadar Station (E) at 6.30am sharp.


September, 2020

9th – 13th September, 2020 – Vythiri, Waynad
Rising 2600 feet above sea level, Vythiri village gives magnificent views Waynad Hills.
Camp charges: Rs. 20,000/- per head.
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, safari, food (Except train journey), stay and transport from Mumbai to Mumbai.
Registration before: 5th May, 2020.
Journey Details: 3AC
9th September (Wednesday), 2020: Departure by 16345 Netravati Exp from LTT at 11.40hrs. Reach Kozhikode at 10.02hrs on 10th September, 2020.                                     
12th September (Saturday), 2020: Departure by 16346 Nehravati Exp from Kozhikode at 18.40hrs. Reach LTT at 17.41hrs on 13th September, 2020.

October, 2020

2nd – 15th October, 2020 – Shey Phoksundo, Nepal
Scenic Mountain, the only national park in Trans Himalayan range of Nepal and very rich in Wildlife. Involves enjoyable trekking in the Himalaya.
Camp charges: Rs. 1, 29,000/- per head.
The cost includes Entry fees, sightseeing, trekking experts, porter, food, stay and transport from Kathmandu to Kathmandu. Mumbai-Kathmanu-Mumbai flight tickets can be booked at extra cost.
Registration before: 20th August, 2020.

29th October – 1st November, 2020 – Short Escape in the Wild - Ranthambore
Largest National Park in North India and is surrounded by Vindhya and Aravali Ranges.
Camp charges: Rs. 17,000/- per head.
The cost includes three Safaris, food (Except train journey), stay and transport from Mumbai to Mumbai.
Registration before: 25th June, 2020.
Journey Details: 3AC
29th October (Thursday), 2020: Departure by 12953 August Kranti Rajdhani from BCT at 17.40hrs. Reach Sawai Madhopur at 06.23hrs on 30th October, 2020.                                     
31st October (Saturday), 2020: Departure by 12954 August Kranti Rajdhani from Sawai Madhopur at 20.35hrs. Reach BCT at 9.45hrs on 1st November, 2020.

November, 2020

18th – 22nd November, 2020 – Umred, Kahrandla
The forest is hotspot for many tourists and wildlife photographers.
Camp charges: Rs. 14000/- per head.
The cost includes food (Except train journey), stay and transport from Mumbai to Mumbai.
Registration before: 20th July, 2020.
Journey Details: 3AC
18th November (Wednesday), 2020: Departure by 12289 CSTM NGP Duronto from Mumbai CST at 20.15hrs. Reach Nagpur at 07.20hrs on 19th November, 2020.                                     
21st November (Saturday), 2020: Departure by 12290 NGP CSMT Duronto from Nagpur at 20.40hrs. Reach CSMT at 08.05hrs on 22nd November, 2020.

26th November – 5th December, 2020 – Satkosia, Similipal, Odisha
Satkosia is meeting point of two bio-geographical regions of India namely The Deccan Peninsula and the Eastern Ghats and it nourishes immense biodiversity. Similipal Tiger reserve also comes Mayurbanj Elephant reserve.
Camp charges: Rs. 48,000/- per head.
The cost includes food (Except train & Flight journey), stay and transport from Mumbai to Mumbai.
Registration before: 25th July, 2020
Journey Details:
26th November (Thursday), 2020: Departure by 22865 Konark Exp from LTT (3AC) at 00.15hrs (Early morning). Reach Bhubaneswar at 07.10hrs on 27th November, 2020.         
5th December (Saturday) Flight from Bhubaneswar to Mumbai.

December, 2020
Andaman
Andaman has very unique and fragile ecosystem, rich biodiversity and high level of Endemism. All this makes this very crucial for biodiversity conservation.
Plan A
20th – 29th December, 2020 – Port Blair, Baratang, Mayabandar, Diglipur and Rangat - Andaman
Camp charges: Rs. 37,750/- per head.
The cost includes food, stay and transport from Port Blair to Port Blair.
Registration before: 20th October, 2020

Plan B
22nd – 29th December, 2020 – Baratang, Mayabandar, Diglipur and Rangat - Andaman
Camp charges: Rs. 31, 750/- per head.
The cost includes food, stay and transport from Port Blair to Port Blair.
Registration before: 20th October, 2020


Payment Details

Payments are accepted by Cash/Cheque/NEFT (should in Favor of – ‘Oikoessence Edutours LLP’). Before transferring any amount, participants must inform us either by Email/phone. Our bank details for NEFT are as follows:

State Bank of India
A/c name: Oikoessence Eduours LLP
A/c No.: 37485993230, Current Account
IFSC: SBIN0003428
Address: N. M. Joshi Marg, Lower parel, Mumbai: 400013

HDFC Bank
A/c name: Oikoessence Eduours LLP
A/c No.: 50200029911271, Current Account
IFSC: HDFC0009040
Address: N. M. Joshi Marg, Mumbai: 400011


Rules & Regulations to be followed during OikoEssence Camps & Trails

1. Oikoessence Nature Camps and trails are educational camps and not luxury camps or picnics.
2. Basic necessities will be provided like simple and wholesome vegetarian food (tea/coffee, breakfast, lunch, and dinner), clean accommodation and toilets. During visits to remote forest areas participants will have to use open air toilets and rough it out.

3. During multiple accommodation facilities at the camp site participants must adjust to them and no separate accommodation will be provided. The group leader will decide the room allotments and the participants in the room, no alterations will be done.

4. Participants must follow strict discipline and no misbehavior will be tolerated any participant found doing so may be requested to leave the camp.

5. Detailed program/itinerary of the following day will be briefed one day in advance.

6. Participants have to adhere to the given itinerary and no alterations by the participants will be entertained.

7. Participants should strictly follow the instructions of the group leader.

8. Smoking and consumption of alcoholic beverages is strictly prohibited.

9. Participants should take care of their belongings & valuable articles & will be solely responsible for them.

10. No portage will be provided.

11. Mineral water will not be provided unless mentioned.

12. OikoEssence will not be responsible for any mishap or catastrophe.

13. Wear comfortable walking shoes and never wear any high heels foot wear.

14. Please carry Water bottle, Cap, Torch, Mosquito repellents, Personal medicines and toiletries.

15. Do not wear any kind of perfume or deodorant while in the sanctuary.

16. Do not carry any music system or MP3, etc. in forest area.

17. Do not carry any inflammables and do not light fire in the forest area.

18. Do not tease any wild animal or destroy habitat of the Park or Sanctuary.

19. Carry clothes according to climate and season (do not wear red, white or any bright/fluorescent colours).

20. If a camp is canceled by OikoEssence for reasons such as lack of enough participation, unless any expense is incurred, a 100 % refund will be given. Participants who cancel their seats prior to cancellation of the camp will not get a complete refund. 50% of the total camp cost will be deducted for cancellation done 15 days prior to the commencement of camp. After that no refund will be given.

21. Vehicles/transport used for local sightseeing/safaris etc mentioned in the programme are Non-AC private vehicles.

Tuesday, 7 May 2019

Bhigwan Birding Camp Sightings

We are happy to share some photographs clicked during the pure Birding tour to Bhigwan.
Also, go through the list of birds seen during the camp
























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1. Indian Grey Hornbill (Ocyceros birostris)
2. Greater Coucal (Centropus sinensis)
3. Ashy Prinia (Prinia socialis)
4. Western Yellow Wagtail (Motacilla flava)
5. Wooly-necked Stork (Ciconia episcopus)
6. White-throated Kingfisher (Halcyon smyrnensis)
7. Black-crowned Night-heron (Nycticorax nycticorax)
8. Common Sandpiper (Actitis hypoleucos)
9. Paddyfield Pipit (Anthus rufulus)
10. Brown-headed Gull (Larus brunnicephalus)
11. Common Black-headed Gull (Larus ridibundus)
12. Oriental Pratincole (Glareola maldivarum)
13. Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus)
14. Common Redshank (Tringa totanus)
15. Garganey (Anas querquedula)
16. Northern Shoveler (Anas clypeata)
17. Little Stint (Calidris minuta)
18. Kentish Plover (Charadrius alexandrinus)
19. Little Ringed Plover (Charadrius dubius)
20. Painted Sandgrouse (Pterocles indicus)
21. Long-tailed Shrike (Lanius schach)
22. Indian Robin (Saxicoloides fulicatus)
23. Pied Bushchat (Saxicola caprata)
24. Spotted Owl (Athene brama)
25. Indian Jungle Nightjar (Caprimulgus indicus)
26. Asian Koel (Eudynamys scolopaceus)
27. Brahminy Kite (Haliastur indus)
28. White-browed Wagtail (Motacilla maderaspatensis)
29. Common Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis)
30. House Sparrow (Passer domesticus)
31. House Crow (Corvus splendens)
32. Yellow-wattled Lapwing (Vanellus malabaricus)
33. Red-vented Bulbul (Pynconotus cafer)
34. Little Grebe (Tachybaptus ruficollis)
35. Eurasian Coot (Fulica atra)
36. Ashy-crowned Sparrow-lark (Eremopterix griseus)
37. Laughing Dove (Streptopelia senegalensis)
38. Little Green Bee-eater (Merops orientalis)
39. Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea)
40. Indian Pond-heron (Ardeola grayii)
41. Little Egret (Egretta garzetta)
42. Intermediate Egret (Egretta intermedia)
43. Cattle Egret (Bubulcus Ibis coromandus)
44. Common Greenshank (Tringa nebularia)
45. Spotted Redshank (Tringa erythropus)
46. Little Cormorant (Phalacrocorax niger)
47. Eurasian Spoonbill (Platalea leucorodia)
48. Painted Stork (Mycteria leucocephala)
49. Asian Openbill (Anastomus oscitans)
50. Whiskered Tern (Chlidonias hybrida)
51. Little Tern (Sterna albifrons)
52. Wood Sandpiper (Tringa glareola)
53. Spot-billed Duck (Anas poecilorhyncha)
54. Black-winged Stilt (Himantopus himantopus)
55. Small Pratincole (Glareola lactea)
56. Red-wattled Lapwing (Vanellus indicus)
57. Black-headed Ibis (Threskiornis melanocephalus)
58. Black Ibis (Pseudibis papillosa)
59. Greater Flamingo (Phoenicopterus roseus)