Sibsagar district, Assam, India • http://www.assamtourism.org
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A rich wetland eco-system of 33.93 sq kms on the southern bank of river Brahmaputra in the Sibsagar district.What you expect to see:
Birds: A paradise of migratory and resident birds, 50 far 165 species of Birds have been identified and recorded. A place for quite high concentration of Geese and other Migratory birds. The common birds seen are Bar-headed Goose, Grey leg Goose, Spot billed Duck, Mallard, Gadwall, Wigeon, Gargany, Shoveller, Red crested Pochard, Common Pochard, Ferruginous Duck, Adjutant Stork, Lesser Adjutant Stork, Open bill Stork, White necked Stork etc.
Aquatic Fauna: Varieties of fishes have been identified along with various species of Frogs & Snakes etc.
How to reach: By road from Rowriah Airport (Jorhat) it is 80 Kms, from Mohanbari Airport (Dibrugarh) 88 Kms, from Sibsagar 22 Kms., from Jorhat 75 kms, from Dibrugarh 73 Kms. and from Guwahati it is 386 Kms.
Best time for visit: November to March.
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