I went to Keoladeo National Park, when I was in India. It is an artificial wetland created 250 years ago for a maharaji to use for duck hunting. But it was one of the most breathtaking natural events I had ever seen. It was not just ducks, but cranes, storks, ibises, anhingas, egrets, and raptors. Not to mention mammals like nilgai. It let me know how truly incredible wetlands are for India, especially for migrating birds throughout the Eurasian continent.
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