An unexplored place for birders
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An unexplored place for birders

A waterbody at Sector 23 in Dwarka is a place for all local bird-watchers to explore

An unexplored place for birders

Dwarka: Here is a peaceful place for all bird-watchers to visit and discover birds of varied species. You can find this waterbody in Sector 23, Dwarka.

Dwarka is one of the greenest areas in New Delhi. It is home to several species of birds. Thus, it is a photographer's delight to plan a shoot.

Enjoy some of my clicks from an afternoon visit.

Bird name: Red-wattled Lapwing
Hunting for insects
Black-winged stilts enjoying a swim together
Bird name: Common myna
Bird name: Indian pond heron
One of the most noticeable traits of a sandpiper is its head-bobs. Lets vibe with bobble-head.
Bird name: Domestic Goose
Perched on a branch
A kite mid-flight
Bird Name: Black-winged stilt
A white-throated kingfisher perched on the metal fence
Bird name: Indian spot-billed duck

If you plan a visit to this place, you'll be able to find Robins, Sunbirds, Indian Moorhens, Coots, and many migratory birds. If you come across these birds, do tag us on Instagram (@cityspidey_) and show us your photography skills.