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A birder's paradise at an Indian festival
by Stephen Moss
The Guardian Translate This Article
18 December 2016
On 18 December 2016 The Guardian reported:
. .. the fields and forests of India's most populous state, [is] home to the second Uttar Pradesh Bird Festival. Each day, after we had enjoyed talks from both Indian and foreign ornithologists, we headed out into the surrounding countryside. If it were an independent country, Uttar Pradesh would rank sixth in terms of population -- behind only China, India, the United States, Indonesia, and Brazil -- so you might imagine that there are few places where birds can find sanctuary. Yet during our visit we collectively saw well over 200 different species.
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