Sunderban

Sunderban, the largest Mangrove forest in the world, UNESCO world heritage site is mainly known for the 'Sundori' tree and the Royal Bengal Tiger. We visited this place in the month of November,2013 intending mainly to spot Birds. This album portarys some of the species of bird which we have seen and the Jungle-landscape of the delta.
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Rumped Sunbird female Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

Rumped Sunbird female Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

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Brown Shrike Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

Brown Shrike Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

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Crocodile Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

Crocodile Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

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Spotted Deer Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

Spotted Deer Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

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Sunset Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

Sunset Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

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The Royal Bengal Tiger Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra
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Sunderban Forest Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

Sunderban Forest Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

Rumped Sunbird male Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

Rumped Sunbird male Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

Rose Ringed Parakeet Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

Rose Ringed Parakeet Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

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White Wagtail Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

White Wagtail Sunderban Photo Credit: Nilanjan Patra

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