Here are some photographs those were taken at native habitats. Due to excessive modernization of civil work ,overgrowing population,pollution and agricultural expansion most of the  habitats  are under threat . Few of them are already  destroyed rest are under destruction. Most shoots ware taken at different time of the year  at the places listed below:

 

SAGARDIGHI WETLAND:  This  one is a sufficient water source for fish cultivation. Actually it is one of the fishery project of state government .But  form the mid November to March this wetland become  a paradise for birds like Leaser wisting ducks, Cotton pygmy goose, Knob-billed Duck, Sand plover, Osprey, Moor-hen, Eurasian coot and some migratory birds .It is also the home for Bronze-winged jacana, Snipe, Pheasant-tailed jacana,Water hen and different species of kingfisher.

Another beauty of this wetland is surrounded by some big trees  where some birds like Pale-billed flowerpecker, Great tit, Taiga flycatcher, Blyth's reed warbler are commonly found. Till the  year 2017 there ware few Monitor Lizard lived in holes into the side by planted Forrest

 

 

NAYABANDH WETLAND:  A vast land of water source for waders ducks .It become an Important Bird Area after active effort by birder Mr. Samiran Jha, Mr. Subhasish Sengupta.This Wetland is filled by rain water in ervery monsoon and it contains water till the last  week of March.  In the meantime  there was a significant passage migration of ducks been seen.  Northern Pintail , Mallard, Ferruginous duck, Common pochard, Common teal, Red-crested pochard, Garganey , Gadwall, Eurasian wigeon, Falcated duck, Eurasian coot, little grebe are seen. As the gathering of birds increases some birds of prey like Marsh harrier, Pied harrier also seen.

KULIK BIRD SANCTUARY:   Aproximatly 1.5 squere km forest beside Kulik river. But  This small area covered with lots of trees where more than 100 of species of birds lived including Indian Pitta, Spangled drongo, Woodpeckers, kingfishers and many other birds. There can be seen a significant numbers of Open billed stork. A per the bird census data every year the numbers of open billed stork are increasing. At the start of the monsoon season the Beautiful Indian Pitta can be seen.

ADINA FOREST:  Known as  Adina deer park. It is one of the most important breeding centre for spotted deer. It is very pleasant  thing to watch those beautiful animals during all the year. But it also a permanent habitat for Golden jackal, Jungle babbler, Greater coucal, Blue-throated barbet, Coppersmith barbet, little cormorant, and many other species of birds. Here also can be seen Grey-headed fish eagle, Verditer flycatcher, Indian Paradise flycatcher, Common kingfisher. Few year back Black caped kingfisher's presence was recorded.

FARAKKA  IBA: One of the most important habitat for aquatic animals and birds. Some other creature are also depend on it. At the start of the winter migration of bird began. Birds are come from different part of the worlds. Some of them stay for few days. Thousand of  waders like Little stint, Temminck's stint, Pied avocet , Black-tailed Godwit, Dunlin, Spotted redsank, Sand piper, Eurasian curlew, Black-headed ibis, Red-naped ibis, Painted stork, Woolly-necked stork or more. Bar-headed goose, Indian spot-billed duck, Ruddy shelduck, Great Crested grebe, Common tern, Little terns are also join the party at Farakka's Important Bird areas. Here the Endengered South Asian river dolphin are found by sygnificant numbers.

SOME NATIVE GRASSLANDS : Where Plain prinia, Zitting cisticola, Red-vented bulbul, Paddyfield pipit, Striated grassbird, Indian silverbill, River terns, Indian Fox, Mongooses are commonly seen.

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