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Bordoibam Bilmukh Bird Sanctuary, shares the boundary of districts Dhemaji and Lakhimpur.

It is the breeding ground for many bird species, but most notably the Whistling Teal. It’s been a wildlife sanctuary since 1996, and it covers an area of around 11.25

The best time to visit this place is in winter, when many migratory birds land here to escape the harsh winters of northern Asia. And believe us, these birds know how to party! You’ll see common bird sightings here include the fishing eagle and the adjutant stork, but the real prize sightings are Chestnut Bittern, Openbilled Stork, Indian Roller, and Blackheaded Oriole. You might even see some birds ruffling their feathers, trying to attract mates!

The sanctuary is dominated by aquatic flora, so be ready for a watery adventure! Semi-aquatic vegetation and trees can be found along the banks of the Bil.

Now, let’s talk about how to get there. The sanctuary is located at a distance of about 46 Kms in the southwest direction from Dhemaji. It’s not the easiest place to find, but if you follow the trail of feathers, you might get lucky! .

If you’re planning a visit, November to March is the best time for bird watching. And don’t worry about accommodation, as the sanctuary has got you covered. There are plenty of accommodation facilities for tourists, including Pardarsan Bangla in Bilmukht, Gagamukht tourist house.

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