SANJAY JHEEL RISHIKESH
Watching birds near Rambha River
Sanjay Jheel (Wetland) is situated in Rishikesh city. It is spread over 14 hectares area. Its six hectare area has a natural lake. It is also called the origin of Rambha River. Various water streams’ water collected in it and make perfect habitat for various species, specially wetland birds.
This wetland is soon going to be an developed as biodiversity destination.
BIRDS OF SANJAY JHEEL (WETLAND)
Red whiskered bulbul, White breasted waterhen, greay hornbill, rose ringed parakeet, rufus treepie, brown headed barbet, red vented bulbul, plain prinia, white throated kingfisher, common kingfisher, tailor bird, greater cookoo, black kite, little cormorant, chesnet headed green bee eater, brown headed barbet, oriental turtle dove, green bee eater, pied kingfisher, ashy prinia, black drongo, common hooppe red rumpped sowlo, cattle egret, grey breasted pirinia, lesser white throat etc.
As count on 15th September 2021
SANJAY JHEEL GALLERY
Images by: Krishna Avtar
How to Reach
By road, you can come first Rishikesh. It is near PG College Rishikesh
Nearest Bus Stand
Jolly Grant, Dehradun
Various Hotels, Lodges, Camps in Rishikesh