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Pallikarnai Marshland From an Eye Sore to Nature Delight

Pallikaranai marsh

The intervention by the state government to restore the Pallikarnai marshland has started yielding results and the sighting of migratory birds has improved in the past few months. Rare birds such as Comb Duck have started visiting the marsh and the bird population in the marsh has improved, according to environmentalists and ornithologists.

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Living near Pallikaranai, Nanmangalam, Adyar, Tharamani Areas? Look out for these Birds…

English: White-throated Kingfisher, White-brea...

White-throated Kingfisher

Despite severe urbanisation, Chennai continues to be abode for bird watching. Guindy National Park, Nanmangalam forest and Pallikaranai marsh are some of eco-rich spots. The Guindy Children’s Park houses a variety of birds in captivity.  The densely populated and highly-urbanised Chennai is a veritable habitat for bird watching and is not just a concrete jungle. It is a bird-watcher’s paradise.

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