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14008Re: [birdsofbombay] Weekend birding at Padle.

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  • Prathamesh Desai
    Jan 8, 2014
      Hello Krishnakant sir 

      Well Padale village is located on outskirts of Dombivli City ,it is located on Kalyan Shilphata Road ,so either you have figure out  away to reach shilphata from Dombivli City or by Mumbra Bypass or by New Mumbai route towrds Kalyan side ,Padle village is around 3 kms from main four lane or Chowk which is basically the start point of Diva Shilphata Road .from that start point ask any one way to padle village ,it will be on to your left side facing towards Dombivli just before Kidkali Temple .One u reach the lane ,go inside Padle Village cross over the entire village where road comes to an end ,u will see Forest and Creek area.  

      On Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 5:34 PM, Krishnakant Mathuria <kmathuria@...> wrote:

      Dear Kiran


      I am planning to visit Padle village for birding, can you pls. share with us how do we reach there, and where to locate forest and creek area ideal for birding!!!






      Krishnakant Mathuria


      From: birdsofbombay@yahoogroups.com [mailto:birdsofbombay@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of KIRAN KADAM
      Sent: 05 January 2014 19:26
      To: birdsofbombay@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [birdsofbombay] Weekend birding at Padle.



      Hi folks,


      Today (5th Jan, 2014), visited Padle village, Dombivli in evening. Had a great time birding in forest and creek area after a long time.


      Following birds were sighted:


      Pale billed Flowerpecker.


      Loten's Sunbird.


      Vigor's Sunbird.


      Purple Rumped Sunbird.


      White Browed Fantail Flycatcher.


      Asian Paradise Flycatcher.


      Balck Naped Monarch.


      Tickell's Blue Flycatcher.


      Golden Orieol.


      Grey Heron.


      Indian Spotted Eagle.


      White Eyed Buzzard.


      Western Marsh Harrier.


      White Eared kite.


      Black Kite.


      Indian, Small (Cormorant).


      Common Stonechat.


      Tree Pipit.


      Paddy FIeld Pipit.


      Tawny Pipit.


      Oriental Skylark.


      Pacific Golden Plover.


      Clamarous Reed Warbler.


      Blyth's Reed Warbler.


      Surphur Belled Warbler.


      Barn Swallow.


      Wire tailed Swallow.


      White Wagtail.


      and many.....Waders



      Kiran Kadam


      ^ |<!r@/\/ ^

      Prathamesh Desai


       Birds of Thane & Raigad District.
       (President and Founder)
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