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Modified 11-Sep-21
Created 2-Feb-19
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This reserve has a wide variety of more than 260 species of birds. Eight percentage of bird species found in India are recorded in Mudumalai. This includes rare birds like Malabar grey hornbill, Malabar pied hornbill, Malabar laughing thrush, Frog mouths and a variety of woodpeckers. Hornbills play an important role in dispersal of seeds. Malabar whistling thrush, peacock and jungle fowl are the other important bird species found in Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary.
We stayed at Jungle Hut which is a family-run estate spread across 20-acres offers accommodations in Masinagudi at the foothills of the Nilgiris.
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