Experience Bird Watching Trails In Jim Corbett at Resort in corbett - Jim's Jungle Retreat
Corbett National Park is home to over 586 species of birds and a temporary home for the varied migratory birds that come here during winters. One can see around 7 species of avifauna, 7 species of fish and 36 species of dragonflies here. The place has a gained popularity for activity of Bird watching in Corbett, however there is much more especially photography for tourists to experience at the national reserve.
The place is home to several jungle resorts in India. Tourists can be updated of what all to indulge in during their Corbett visit by these jungle resorts in India. The most noticeable and captured ones are the Bengal Tigers who dominate the park. The giant Indian elephants and leopards can also be seen roaming in the vast meadows carpeted in the park. The place is utmost favorite among the nature and adventure photographers. The place is so mesmerizing in itself that even the non-photographers can get a picture perfect frame with a bit of understanding.
With patience and tricks up your sleeve, you can shoot a variety of mammals including four species of deer (sambhar, barking deer, chital and hog), Indian grey mongoose, sloth and Himalayan black bears, otters, yellow-throated martens, Indian pangolins, langur and rhesus monkeys.
What all can you expect to capture in your photography frames during your Corbett visit?
If we talk about wildlife photography in Corbett National Park, capturing a big cat in vivid poses holds a great value. However, there are other options available, which will persuade you to open the camera shutter and click. Besides bird watching in Corbett, you can actually capture breathtaking moments of these natureÃ¢'s habitants to cherish lifelong. The best shots that shouldn't be missed are of gharal basking under the shade of the tree, an eagle aiming for its prey, Himalayan birds spreading its wings and bathing in a riverine.
A black stork sitting on a large rock is looking all meditative, kingfishers grabbing a fish in its beak, a blue whistling thrush soaking her wings or a green magpie camouflaging itself in the green trees. DonÃ¢' forget to click mottled owl during dusk or a jungle cat playing with his cubs, teaching his offspring how to hunt or collecting food.