Kutch Bustard Sanctuary

#16 of 17 things to do in Kutch

The beginning of the rainy season just after winter is the best time for a visit to this splendid sanctuary. A quiet walk through the unpaved paths of the sanctuary with a curious mind can help you befriend various species of the Bustard family. Keep your eyes open to spot the Black and Gray Francolin, the Spotted and Indian Sandgrouse, Quails, Larks, Shrikes, Coursers and Plovers. And if you are lucky enough you can catch fluttering glimpses of rare species of Stolicska’s Bushchat and White-naped Tit. moving further north along the coastal area of Jakhau during winters, you might come across flocks of flamingos, Herons, Egrets, Sandpipers and other birds. 

This 2 sqkm of the protected area can give you a wonderful experience in the lap of nature even if you are not a professional bird watcher. The arid forests and the slaine shores and creeks can all be surprisingly hearty to witness.

Kutch Bustard Sanctuary Photos