Lakh Bahosi Bird Sanctuary Tirwa Kannauj
Lakh Bahosi Bird Sanctuary :
Lakh Bahosi Sanctuary was founded in 1989 and is located near Lakhbasohi hamlet in Kannauj District of Uttar Pradesh. Its longitude/latitude coordinates are 26°54’47.50′′N 79°39’19.20′′E. It is one of India’s major bird sanctuaries, spanning 80 square kilometres and incorporating a large lake as well as a portion of the Upper Ganga canal. Lakhbahosi is off the road on the way to Tirwa (NH91). Tirwa is a town located 15 kilometres from Kannauj. Kannauj has been blessed by nature with a lovely lakh Bahosi Bird Sanctuary. From November to March, visitors to this reserve can go bird viewing. It reaches its peak in the months of December, January, and February.
Other species seen here include a jackal, a blue bull, a mongoose, a fisher cat, and monkeys. Because it is during this season that one may witness the most variety of birds over here at the Bahosi lake, which covers an area of 3 square kilometres. According to a report, India has a total of 97 bird families, with 49 of them being sighted at the vast Bhosi bird sanctuary.