Bird Photography at sultanpur national park

Sultanpur National Park

About Sultanpur

If you stay in New Delhi or nearby areas, a visit to Sultanpur in the months of winter is a must. Located in Gurgaon district of Harayana, it’s not just popular but also the only national park of the state. Every winter a large number of migratory birds visit Sultanpur. This place host  more than 250 species of birds, both migratory and residential. During the months of November to March, migratory species such as greater flamingo, ruff, black winged stilt, common teal, common greenshank, northern pintail, yellow wagtail, white wagtail, northern shoveler, rosy pelican from East European countries and all across the globe. These birds put up a wonderful show that you can’t afford to miss. While some species flock together on branches, some others can be seen on the water bodies, they offer a picturesque panorama. Sultanpur indeed is a bird watcher’s paradise.

Ideal time to observe Wildlife and Photography

Migratory birds start coming in from end of July to beginning of August but the big squadrons arrive in October or November. The winter months November to March are the best time to visit.

By Road

Sultanpur National Park is 17kms from Rajiv Chowk, Gurgaon and around 50kms from New Delhi.

By Rail

Gurgaon railway station is nearest railway station on Delhi- Rewari Railway line. New Delhi Railway station and Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway stations are also nearby.

By Metro

Take a Metro from New Delhi to Huda City Centre Gurgaon(23 kms from there) and make arrangement for local conveyance from there.

By Air

Nearest Airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport, at New Delhi (35 km)

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About Bharat Goel

Bharat Goel, an avid traveler and wildlife photographer has more than a decade’s experience of travelling in wild throughout India. His love for the wild urged him to leave his engineering career to dedicate his life for the preservation of nature and wildlife. He constantly strives to make people aware and encourage them to appreciate and being responsible towards nature through his endeavor.