In the 19th century, Maharaja Jaswant Singh spotted and developed a shallow wetland ecosystem that provided a perfect habitat for an astonishing variety of birds, especially waterfowl. The idea was to develop a shooting reserve for the royalty and their English friends. Besides resident and migratory birds, birds Keoladeo affords shelters to a variety of faunas such as spotted deer, sambar, blue bull, jackal, jungle cat and python.
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