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Yamuna Ghat And The Migrated Birds

© L Mahammad
Yamuna Ghat And The Migrated Birds
India
Delhi, India – 14 November

Every winter thousands of migrated birds come to India. Yamuna Ghat (Yamuna River) become attracting of tourist destination this time. Some kind hearted person come to the riverside to feed these migrated birds some come for holy bath.

Yamuna is the second largest tributary river of the Ganges originated from the Yamunotri. Bathing in Yamuna river sacred waters frees one from the torments of death.

In winter Yamuna Ghat birds attract many enthusiasts photographer to capture this view.

Water of this river is purely polluted, air pollution level of the city also reached the top recently. Where this migrated birds (seagulls) comes from far away place for foods. Those days not so far when these birds realise air pollution level and stop coming.

Delhi, India – 10 November

According to a leading national news channel birds like green head duck Mallar, Garganey, foraging, Common Coot, Northern Shovler, Common Pochard, Wishkered Tern, Piedavocet, White-tailed Lapwing, Oriental Darter and Citrine Wagtail stop coming here because of Delhi’s air and noise pollution.

Delhi, India – 14 November
Delhi, India – 10 November
Delhi, India – 14 November
Delhi, India – 10 November
Delhi, India – 10 November
Delhi, India – 10 November
Delhi, India – 14 November
Delhi, India – 14 November
Delhi, India – 14 November
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L Mahammad, 1992. Live in New Delhi, India. Bought first digital camera in 2011. Former student of Raghu Rai Center for Photography. I mostly try to capture the unnoticeable beauty on the street.

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