Photo is taken at Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India during month of September.
Painted storks are also known as Indian wood storks. Scientific name Mycteria leucocephala.
Open areas which support aquatic life, such as wetlands, marshes, ponds and flooded fields, are the preferred foraging habitat of the painted stork.
We found them in very large quantities at keoladeo national park.
Many of them were busy in preparing nests and we saw them carrying nesting materials.
It was a joy watching them and habitat at keoladeo national park. But it’s said that they are under near to threatened category.
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