Flamingos Photography Birds Safari from 8th to 11th of Nov 2013 at Pulicat Lake, Nelapattu & Uppalapadu Bird Sanctuaries.

Lens Eye - News Portal - Flamingos Photography Birds Safari by Photo Technics  School Of Photography from 8th to 11th of Nov 2013 at  Pulicat Lake, Nelapattu & Uppalapadu Bird Sanctuaries.Bangalore, 02 October 2013 :: Photo Technics  School Of Photography is going to organize a Flamingos Photography Birds Safari by from 8th to 11th of Nov 2013 at  Pulicat Lake, Nelapattu & Uppalapadu Bird Sanctuaries.

In this photo tour Photographers will visit to the well known Flamingos bird sanctuary at Pulicat Lake & also the largest Pelicanry at Nelapattu & Uppalapadu.

 Safari will  Includes

Guntur – Uppalapadu Sanctuary : 1 Night stay, 2 Safaris .

Sullurpeta – Pulicat Lake & Nelapattu : 2 Nights stay, 4 Safaris.

Hotel stay on twin sharing basis.

Meals – Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

Travel by deluxe coach on all 4 days

For More Information & To register contact

Photo Technics  School Of Photography or Gul H. Gulrajani  at

Email: photospeedcompany@gmail.com

Facebook:   http://www.facebook.co /PhotoTechnics.SchoolOfPhotography

Event details : https://www.facebook.com/events/206722519502165/

Last date for registration is  October 21st, 2013. Limited seats available.

Information was given by : Gul H. Gulrajani of PHOTO TECHNICS – School Of Photography.

Visiting Bird Sanctuaries

Pulicat Lake is the second largest brackish water lake in India. An important stopover of migrant birds and approximately 15,000 flamingos visit the lake each year along with various species of birds including pelicans, kingfishers, herons, painted storks, spoonbills and ducks.

 Nelapattu Sanctuary is one of the largest pelican habitats in Southeast Asia. It provides fine breeding ground for rare and endangered species like Spotted Billed Pelican, Open-Billed Stork, Coot, Painted Stork, Flamingos, Little Cormorant, Spoon-Bill, White-Ibis and Night Heron.

 Uppalapadu Sanctuary The number of birds inhabiting this small stretch of land makes it one of the densest areas occupied by birds at any given time, anywhere in India. The number of birds touches 20,000 during the peak season between September and February. Sixty species of migratory birds like Painted Stork, White Ibis, Heron, Cormorant & Rosy Pastor travel to this sanctuary.

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