This is a video about Eurasian wigeon and mallards.
From Daily India:
Hokersar Wetland (Srinagar), Dec.4 (ANI): Over five lakh winged foreign visitors have made the picturesque Kashmir Valley their residence this winter, as plunging temperatures and freezing lakes in their native lands have compelled them to visit other places for safety.
But among the species that can fascinate nature lovers is the arrival of the Bar headed Geese, which had stopped coming to the Valley for the last few years.
However, the huge arrival of migratory birds is a big responsibility for wildlife officials who are ensuring that no poaching activity takes place.
The annual migration of the rare and exotic birds from the high altitudes of Siberia, Afghanistan, China, Central Asia and Northern Europe begins around September, with most birds nestling in the Valley till March every year.
Hokersar is a world-class wetland, spread over 13.75 kilometre area including lake and marshy area. It is the most accessible and well known of Kashmir’s wetlands, which include Hygam, Shalibug and Mirgund.
A record number of migratory birds have visited Hokersar in recent years.
An estimated quarter of a million birds have already been spotted at Hokersar in the current season.
Birds found in Hokersar – Migratory ducks and geese– include Brahminy Duck, Tufted Duck, Gadwall, Garganey, Greylag Goose, Mallard, Common Merganser, Northern Pintail, Common Pochard, Ferruginous Pochard, Red-Crested Pochard, Ruddy Shelduck, Northern Shoveler, Common Teal and Eurasian Wigeon.
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