Migratory birds from neighbouring China as well as Europe have been flocking to ecologically rich districts in Rajasthan. With their wetlands, thick forests and water bodies, the four districts of Hadoti, Kota, Bundi, Baran and Jhalawar have now come to be recognized as a paradise for migratory birds.
"Hadoti is a second home for the migratory birds from China, Russia, Ladakh and other European countries. Every winter, hundreds of migratory birds from various species throng to the spontaneous water bodies of Hadoti region and stay here from October to late March. It is also the season for tourist in the region, where thousands of foreign and domestic tourists come during winter.
According to the bird watching experts, there are mainly two seasons for the activities of migratory birds in the region - the monsoon season and the winter season from October to March, when they return to their native destinations. The spontaneous agitation of the migratory birds reaches its climax in December, and January. Throughout the season, these birds make their presence felt with their melodious singing and chirping over the placid water bodies.