Free Bird Walk at Mumbra Hills

Mumbra Hills, a small hillock on the banks of river Ulhas in Mumbra is one of the most visited places by bird watchers and photographers alike to spot resident and migratory raptors. With its unique ecosystem, this place serves as an ideal habitat for a lot of migratory birds while passing through the region.



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About the birding site:

Mumbra Hills is a part of the Parshik range located on the banks of River Ulhas. The hills are one the best places in Mumbai Metropolis to observe raptor species, both residential and migratory raptor species can be seen here.

What to Expect?

Raptors like Indian and Greater Spotted Eagles, Steppe Eagle, Eastern Imperial Eagle, Peregrine and Laggar Falcons, Montague and Pallid Harrier etc. Apart from the raptors, the Mumbra hills is also a breeding site for Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher and Malabr whistling thrush, apart from these two, one can spot flycatchers, warblers and many other forest species can be observed here.

What is the plan?

Meet Jungle Buddies Expert at Mumbra Hills at 8.00 AM. Birding as we climb the stairs up to the temple area. End the tour with a group picture and happy memories with Jungle Buddies.

Pricing: Free Entry

Nearest railway station: Mumbra

Group Size: 20 Participants

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