Siberian birds flock to Sangam, attract tourists in Prayagraj

Prayagraj (UP), Oct 04 (ANI): Ahead of winters, thousands of Siberian birds have flocked to Sangam and nearby wetlands in Prayagraj. The migratory birds are a major attraction for tourists at Sangam. The arrival of these annual visitors heralds the onset of winter. Various species of birds fly from Siberia to wetlands in India when the temperatures fall in the Balkans. They make their way to various areas including Sangam, Bheerpur and Sirsi. They usually reach here in November and December when the cold increases. This year they are back early in the month of October. The wetlands are viewed as breeding grounds for these birds where they get a variety of food.

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