Patna Wildlife (Pundhir Bird) Sanctuary
Patna Bird Sanctuary is a small but unique protected area in the state of Uttar Pradesh, comprising of a natural fresh water shallow wetland, popularly known as Patna jheel. One has to see it to believe that there can be a wetland, only 109 ha. In size, that can accommodate more than 1,00,000 waterbirds simultaneously, transforming the wetland into a riot of colours, sounds and forms. The huge number of migratory, as well as, resident birds wintering in this wetland led to the area being declared a sanctuary in 1990. It has been named after the village Patna in the Jalesar tehsil of Etah revenue district.
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