Yamuna Biodiversity Park Wetland

Distinctive Features-  The Yamuna Biodiversity Park is presently spread over an area of approximately 457 acres near Wazirabad village on the flat alluvial plains of the Yamuna. There is an artificial wetland in its Northern Part. It serves as an ideal alternative habitat for migratory and resident bird species. Yamuna Biodiversity Park is designed  to conserve ground water recharge and augment fresh water availability.

Bird species: Red Crested Pochards, Tufted Pochards, Common Pochards, Eurasian Wigeon, Northern Shovellor, Gadwalls, Pintails and Coots

Plant species:  Tectona grandis, Butea monosperma, Sterculia urens, Terminalia chebula,  Shorea robusta, Diospros melanoxylon, Putranjiva roxburghii.

Geographical Location: Latitude, Longitude – 28.730918, 77.2180939 (See on Google Maps)

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