The Kaziranga National Park in Assam in northeastern India is a true wildlife paradise and a must-see for every nature enthusiast coming to South Asia! I was lucky enough to visit the park for two days and I have already shown you the best photographs of my five safaris (click here for day 1 and day 2). To complete this short series of posts on the national park, I add the following video, which contains a number of clips shot during my last safari in the central range. In the order of their appearance, you will see the following animals: Great Hornbill, unknown squirrel (maybe you know the species?), Swamp Deer, Hog Deer, Red-breasted Parakeet, Great Hornbill, Asian Elephant, Indian Rhinoceros, Oriental Pied Hornbill, Indian Rhinoceros, Eurasian Otter, Chestnut-headed Bee-eater, Indian Rhinoceros and Wild Boar, Bengal Tiger, and Wild Water Buffalo. I hope you like it!
I took all clips with my Canon 60D and Sigma 120-400 mm lens. Later on, I did some poor amateur editing with Adobe After Effects.
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I thoroughly enjoyed your video, especially the birds. Hope to see some of these someday. Thanks
thank you!! 🙂 Actually all of these birds were very common in Kaziranga… I am already curious to read about your experiences in India!! 😀
The elephant looks quite young, I loved it!
thank you!! 🙂
Beautiful! We visited Kaziranga National Park in 2014. Saw a lot many rhinos,elephants, and birds. Nameri National Park is lesser known, but equally beautiful and popular for bird sightings.
Thank you! I heard about Nameri, but unfortunately, I only had a weekend… maybe next time!!
Lovely place…I wrote myself an article recently!
thanks for your comment! Kaziranga National Park is really a fantastic place to visit!! I will check your article just now!