The Desert National Park – The Great Indian Bustard Trail
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Great Indian Bustard Trail

The Desert National Park established in 1980 is believed to be the largest sanctuary of India. The Great Indian Bustard, a magnificent bird, once found in abundance across the desert, now faces the risk of extinction. Hunting, habitat loss and fragmentation have reduced the number of these species, which hovers around 250. The Desert National park promises excellent opportunities for beginners and serious bird watchers to get a perfect view of the bustards, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. One can also spot Sand Grouse Eagles, Bustards, Drongos, Quail, Demoiselle Cranes and Falcons. A paradise for birds and bird-watchers!

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