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Our group of 26 hard core, intrepid, die hard bird watchers and nature lovers visited Corbett National Park between the 23rd and 27th of April 2012.


Corbett is about 250 kms North of Delhi and is situated in the state of Uttarakhand in the Sub Himalayan foothills.


Collectively, our group saw 172 species of birds, multiple tiger sightings,the large herds of elephant and Chittal, Hog deer, Mouse deer, and other animals .

There was no cap on fun and frolic and we brought back memories to last a lifetime!


Thanks to Vijay for organising this memorable camp!

This photo narrative will give you a general idea of Corbett. In slideshow mode, I have tuned in some soft jazz, so turn up the volume!
The Kosi river that flows along the periphery of Corbett National ParkFirst chukker of the day and a sighting of male tiger..!The cat was 150 mtrs awayThe tiger turns his head..Disturbed by the man made hoopla around him..Basking mugger croc on the RamgangaThat looks like a guppy..The lord of the jungle that stood in the way of progress..If one elephantine road roko was bad enough..And it happens again ! For the third time!Faces from Corbett - a saadhuFaces from Corbett - Woman on the Kosi river bedFaces from Corbett -A trader in Ramnagar townFaces from Corbett - a pleasant villagerFaces from Corbett - Schoolgirls at DhangarhiFaces from Corbett - weekend visitors to the Jhirna gate at CorbettMoral code of conduct in tigerland..The cat has moved away! It's Tap dance courtship time!Washed clean of muck,A herd of elephants on the grassy meadow near the Ramganga river

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Guestbook for Corbett National Park
Raji Srinivasan(non-registered)
Rags, great pictures, especially the black and white ones. Almost like a story being told..
Jagan(non-registered)
Really Superb stuff. I started loving this gallery soon after I went through your photos. I will be one BIG fan to this page.

Jagan
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