Jayakwadi Dam And Bird Sanctuary, Paithan

About Jayakwadi Dam and Bird Sanctuary Information-Paithan

Jayakwadi Dam and Bird Sanctuary, Paithan: Spreading over an area of 125 hectares, the Jayakwadi Dam provides water to Aurangabad city and surrounding place. Situated on River Godavari, the largest river in Southern India, the reservoir is called Nath Sagar.

Close to the dam is the Jayakwadi Bird Sanctuary which has attracted many species of resident and migrant birds. Almost 200 species of birds can be found in this region, which includes more than 70 species of migratory birds. Out of these, 45 chief species are of international migration. Notable amongst migratory birds are Cranes, Flamingos, Pintails, Wigeon, Shoveller, Brahmany Duck, Pochards, Teals, God Wit, Shauces, Glossy Ibis, etc.
The dam is a restricted area and visitors are prohibited from driving their vehicles up to the dam site. Photography is also prohibited in the vicinity of the dam. Visitors should bear this in mind because most of the signboards carrying these instructions are written in the local language, Marathi.


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Is there will be justice with Paithankar after eco-sensetive zone.... added by   Amol Kashid on Sep 10 2012
please send me detailed map of Bird Sanctuary & how many lenth of eco senceitive zone of Bird Sanctuary... added by   Amol Kashid on Sep 10 2012
please send me detailed map of Bird Sanctuary & how many lenth of eco senceitive zone of Bird Sanctuary ... added by   Dnyandeo Namdeo Najan, Shevgaon on Sep 1 2012
How much area of bird sanctuary and eco senceitive zone and birds sanctuary nearst farmer problems of farming, how conditions he was farming her farm please detailed me for my email in dn_najan@rediffmail.com ... added by   Dnyandeo Namdeo Najan, Shevgaon on Sep 1 2012
about yearly budget ... added by   anonymus on Jan 20 2012
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