Bannergatta Zoological Park, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Apart from National Wildlife Park at Bannerghatta, there is a zoological space outside it and quite interesting as compared to other Zoos I have seen so far. This Photo Journey will take you through a tour inside Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore, India..Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is clicked inside Butterfly park which is near to exit gate of Bannerghatta National Park. This Butterfly park has various types of colorful Butterflies in different sizes with colorful flowers/plants all around. This is one of the most popular part for kids and they really enjoy it. Apart from a Butterfly Park, there is a Butterfly museum, with lot of information about different families of butterflies, their life-cycle and other related stuff.Most of the buildings around this place were quite colorful and well maintained. Not sure if these were new or quite old. This one is very close to Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta, Banglore Emu at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndBannerghatta National Park is situated approximately 20 kilometers south of Bangalore City in Karnataka, India. The journey to the park takes nearly one and a half hours from Bangalore. This hilly place is the home for one of the richest natural, zoological reserves. The 25000 acres zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction of BangalorAn old couple at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThere is a small museum in the zoo which showcases zoological exhibits. The Banerghatta Zoo is a major attraction in this area and also has a reptile park & a small theatre. The Zoo is closed on Tuesdays which is weekly holidayKid playing with Butterflies at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThe Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta is spread across 7 acres of land, which comprises a butterfly conservatory, museum and an audio-visual room. The butterfly conservatory has a polycarbonate roof and is a 10000 sq feet. Circular enclosure, inside which the living environment has been carefully designed to support over 20 species of butterflies.The environment inside this Butterfly Park has a tropical setting — complete with the humid climate, an artificial waterfall,a narrow walking bridge and host plants and shrubs that attract butterflies.Colorful Birds at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, Indi There were lot of colorful birds inside Bannerghatta Zoo and I don't know the name of the one you see in above photograph. I tried to find out the name and found an interesting link for Birders who plan to visit Zoo at Bannerghatta.  Following link shares names of the birds which can be seen at Bannerghatta Zoo - http://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/checklist.jsp?region=INswka11&list=howardmoorThere are various varieties of Tortoise at Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore. Tortoises are a family of land-dwelling reptiles of the order of turtles. Like their marine cousins, the sea turtles, tortoises are shielded from predators by a shell. The top part of the shell is the carapace, the underside is the plastron, and the two are connected by the bridge.  Tortoises can vary in size from a few centimeters to two meters. Tortoises are usually diurnal animals with tendencies to be crepuscular depending on the ambient temperatures. The ones shown in above photograph were most attractive and colorful for me :Here is one of the links which shares first hand experience of Banerghatta National Park and Zoo with some intersting photographs & Tips - http://www.tonyjohn.com/resources/2515-Our-recent-visit-Bannerghatta-National-Park.aspBangalore City experiences a tropical savanna climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation, Bangalore usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year, although occasional heat waves can make things very uncomfortable in the summer. The coolest month is January and the hottest month is April. Bangalore gets rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons and the wettest months are September, October and August, in that order. The summer heat is moderated by fairly frequent thunderstorms, which occasionally cause power outages and local flooding.Overall, Zoological Park at Bannerghatta of Banglore is an interesting place to spend some time with varied wildlife at it's best.

Apart from National Wildlife Park at Bannerghatta, there is a zoological space outside it and quite interesting as compared to other Zoos I have seen so far. This Photo Journey will take you through a tour inside Bannerghatta Zoo in Bangalore, India...



Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is clicked inside Butterfly park which is near to exit gate of Bannerghatta National Park. This Butterfly park has various types of colorful Butterflies in different sizes with colorful flowers/plants all around. This is one of the most popular part for kids and they really enjoy it. Apart from a Butterfly Park, there is a Butterfly museum, with lot of information about different families of butterflies, their life-cycle and other related stuff.

Apart from National Wildlife Park at Bannerghatta, there is a zoological space outside it and quite interesting as compared to other Zoos I have seen so far. This Photo Journey will take you through a tour inside Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore, India..Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is clicked inside Butterfly park which is near to exit gate of Bannerghatta National Park. This Butterfly park has various types of colorful Butterflies in different sizes with colorful flowers/plants all around. This is one of the most popular part for kids and they really enjoy it. Apart from a Butterfly Park, there is a Butterfly museum, with lot of information about different families of butterflies, their life-cycle and other related stuff.Most of the buildings around this place were quite colorful and well maintained. Not sure if these were new or quite old. This one is very close to Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta, Banglore Emu at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndBannerghatta National Park is situated approximately 20 kilometers south of Bangalore City in Karnataka, India. The journey to the park takes nearly one and a half hours from Bangalore. This hilly place is the home for one of the richest natural, zoological reserves. The 25000 acres zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction of BangalorAn old couple at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThere is a small museum in the zoo which showcases zoological exhibits. The Banerghatta Zoo is a major attraction in this area and also has a reptile park & a small theatre. The Zoo is closed on Tuesdays which is weekly holidayKid playing with Butterflies at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThe Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta is spread across 7 acres of land, which comprises a butterfly conservatory, museum and an audio-visual room. The butterfly conservatory has a polycarbonate roof and is a 10000 sq feet. Circular enclosure, inside which the living environment has been carefully designed to support over 20 species of butterflies.The environment inside this Butterfly Park has a tropical setting — complete with the humid climate, an artificial waterfall,a narrow walking bridge and host plants and shrubs that attract butterflies.Colorful Birds at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, Indi There were lot of colorful birds inside Bannerghatta Zoo and I don't know the name of the one you see in above photograph. I tried to find out the name and found an interesting link for Birders who plan to visit Zoo at Bannerghatta.  Following link shares names of the birds which can be seen at Bannerghatta Zoo - http://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/checklist.jsp?region=INswka11&list=howardmoorThere are various varieties of Tortoise at Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore. Tortoises are a family of land-dwelling reptiles of the order of turtles. Like their marine cousins, the sea turtles, tortoises are shielded from predators by a shell. The top part of the shell is the carapace, the underside is the plastron, and the two are connected by the bridge.  Tortoises can vary in size from a few centimeters to two meters. Tortoises are usually diurnal animals with tendencies to be crepuscular depending on the ambient temperatures. The ones shown in above photograph were most attractive and colorful for me :Here is one of the links which shares first hand experience of Banerghatta National Park and Zoo with some intersting photographs & Tips - http://www.tonyjohn.com/resources/2515-Our-recent-visit-Bannerghatta-National-Park.aspBangalore City experiences a tropical savanna climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation, Bangalore usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year, although occasional heat waves can make things very uncomfortable in the summer. The coolest month is January and the hottest month is April. Bangalore gets rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons and the wettest months are September, October and August, in that order. The summer heat is moderated by fairly frequent thunderstorms, which occasionally cause power outages and local flooding.Overall, Zoological Park at Bannerghatta of Banglore is an interesting place to spend some time with varied wildlife at it's best.

Most of the buildings around this place were quite colorful and well maintained. Not sure if these were new or quite old. This one is very close to Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta, Bangalore !

Apart from National Wildlife Park at Bannerghatta, there is a zoological space outside it and quite interesting as compared to other Zoos I have seen so far. This Photo Journey will take you through a tour inside Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore, India..Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is clicked inside Butterfly park which is near to exit gate of Bannerghatta National Park. This Butterfly park has various types of colorful Butterflies in different sizes with colorful flowers/plants all around. This is one of the most popular part for kids and they really enjoy it. Apart from a Butterfly Park, there is a Butterfly museum, with lot of information about different families of butterflies, their life-cycle and other related stuff.Most of the buildings around this place were quite colorful and well maintained. Not sure if these were new or quite old. This one is very close to Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta, Banglore Emu at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndBannerghatta National Park is situated approximately 20 kilometers south of Bangalore City in Karnataka, India. The journey to the park takes nearly one and a half hours from Bangalore. This hilly place is the home for one of the richest natural, zoological reserves. The 25000 acres zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction of BangalorAn old couple at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThere is a small museum in the zoo which showcases zoological exhibits. The Banerghatta Zoo is a major attraction in this area and also has a reptile park & a small theatre. The Zoo is closed on Tuesdays which is weekly holidayKid playing with Butterflies at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThe Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta is spread across 7 acres of land, which comprises a butterfly conservatory, museum and an audio-visual room. The butterfly conservatory has a polycarbonate roof and is a 10000 sq feet. Circular enclosure, inside which the living environment has been carefully designed to support over 20 species of butterflies.The environment inside this Butterfly Park has a tropical setting — complete with the humid climate, an artificial waterfall,a narrow walking bridge and host plants and shrubs that attract butterflies.Colorful Birds at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, Indi There were lot of colorful birds inside Bannerghatta Zoo and I don't know the name of the one you see in above photograph. I tried to find out the name and found an interesting link for Birders who plan to visit Zoo at Bannerghatta.  Following link shares names of the birds which can be seen at Bannerghatta Zoo - http://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/checklist.jsp?region=INswka11&list=howardmoorThere are various varieties of Tortoise at Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore. Tortoises are a family of land-dwelling reptiles of the order of turtles. Like their marine cousins, the sea turtles, tortoises are shielded from predators by a shell. The top part of the shell is the carapace, the underside is the plastron, and the two are connected by the bridge.  Tortoises can vary in size from a few centimeters to two meters. Tortoises are usually diurnal animals with tendencies to be crepuscular depending on the ambient temperatures. The ones shown in above photograph were most attractive and colorful for me :Here is one of the links which shares first hand experience of Banerghatta National Park and Zoo with some intersting photographs & Tips - http://www.tonyjohn.com/resources/2515-Our-recent-visit-Bannerghatta-National-Park.aspBangalore City experiences a tropical savanna climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation, Bangalore usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year, although occasional heat waves can make things very uncomfortable in the summer. The coolest month is January and the hottest month is April. Bangalore gets rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons and the wettest months are September, October and August, in that order. The summer heat is moderated by fairly frequent thunderstorms, which occasionally cause power outages and local flooding.Overall, Zoological Park at Bannerghatta of Banglore is an interesting place to spend some time with varied wildlife at it's best.

Ostrich at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Bannerghatta National Park is situated approximately 20 kilometers south of Bangalore City in Karnataka, India. The journey to the park takes nearly one and a half hours from Bangalore. This hilly place is the home for one of the richest natural, zoological reserves. The 25000 acres zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction of Bangalore.

Apart from National Wildlife Park at Bannerghatta, there is a zoological space outside it and quite interesting as compared to other Zoos I have seen so far. This Photo Journey will take you through a tour inside Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore, India..Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is clicked inside Butterfly park which is near to exit gate of Bannerghatta National Park. This Butterfly park has various types of colorful Butterflies in different sizes with colorful flowers/plants all around. This is one of the most popular part for kids and they really enjoy it. Apart from a Butterfly Park, there is a Butterfly museum, with lot of information about different families of butterflies, their life-cycle and other related stuff.Most of the buildings around this place were quite colorful and well maintained. Not sure if these were new or quite old. This one is very close to Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta, Banglore Emu at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndBannerghatta National Park is situated approximately 20 kilometers south of Bangalore City in Karnataka, India. The journey to the park takes nearly one and a half hours from Bangalore. This hilly place is the home for one of the richest natural, zoological reserves. The 25000 acres zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction of BangalorAn old couple at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThere is a small museum in the zoo which showcases zoological exhibits. The Banerghatta Zoo is a major attraction in this area and also has a reptile park & a small theatre. The Zoo is closed on Tuesdays which is weekly holidayKid playing with Butterflies at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThe Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta is spread across 7 acres of land, which comprises a butterfly conservatory, museum and an audio-visual room. The butterfly conservatory has a polycarbonate roof and is a 10000 sq feet. Circular enclosure, inside which the living environment has been carefully designed to support over 20 species of butterflies.The environment inside this Butterfly Park has a tropical setting — complete with the humid climate, an artificial waterfall,a narrow walking bridge and host plants and shrubs that attract butterflies.Colorful Birds at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, Indi There were lot of colorful birds inside Bannerghatta Zoo and I don't know the name of the one you see in above photograph. I tried to find out the name and found an interesting link for Birders who plan to visit Zoo at Bannerghatta.  Following link shares names of the birds which can be seen at Bannerghatta Zoo - http://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/checklist.jsp?region=INswka11&list=howardmoorThere are various varieties of Tortoise at Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore. Tortoises are a family of land-dwelling reptiles of the order of turtles. Like their marine cousins, the sea turtles, tortoises are shielded from predators by a shell. The top part of the shell is the carapace, the underside is the plastron, and the two are connected by the bridge.  Tortoises can vary in size from a few centimeters to two meters. Tortoises are usually diurnal animals with tendencies to be crepuscular depending on the ambient temperatures. The ones shown in above photograph were most attractive and colorful for me :Here is one of the links which shares first hand experience of Banerghatta National Park and Zoo with some intersting photographs & Tips - http://www.tonyjohn.com/resources/2515-Our-recent-visit-Bannerghatta-National-Park.aspBangalore City experiences a tropical savanna climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation, Bangalore usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year, although occasional heat waves can make things very uncomfortable in the summer. The coolest month is January and the hottest month is April. Bangalore gets rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons and the wettest months are September, October and August, in that order. The summer heat is moderated by fairly frequent thunderstorms, which occasionally cause power outages and local flooding.Overall, Zoological Park at Bannerghatta of Banglore is an interesting place to spend some time with varied wildlife at it's best.

An old couple at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

There is a small museum in the zoo which showcases zoological exhibits. The Banerghatta Zoo is a major attraction in this area and also has a reptile park & a small theatre. The Zoo is closed on Tuesdays which is weekly holiday.

Apart from National Wildlife Park at Bannerghatta, there is a zoological space outside it and quite interesting as compared to other Zoos I have seen so far. This Photo Journey will take you through a tour inside Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore, India..Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is clicked inside Butterfly park which is near to exit gate of Bannerghatta National Park. This Butterfly park has various types of colorful Butterflies in different sizes with colorful flowers/plants all around. This is one of the most popular part for kids and they really enjoy it. Apart from a Butterfly Park, there is a Butterfly museum, with lot of information about different families of butterflies, their life-cycle and other related stuff.Most of the buildings around this place were quite colorful and well maintained. Not sure if these were new or quite old. This one is very close to Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta, Banglore Emu at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndBannerghatta National Park is situated approximately 20 kilometers south of Bangalore City in Karnataka, India. The journey to the park takes nearly one and a half hours from Bangalore. This hilly place is the home for one of the richest natural, zoological reserves. The 25000 acres zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction of BangalorAn old couple at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThere is a small museum in the zoo which showcases zoological exhibits. The Banerghatta Zoo is a major attraction in this area and also has a reptile park & a small theatre. The Zoo is closed on Tuesdays which is weekly holidayKid playing with Butterflies at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThe Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta is spread across 7 acres of land, which comprises a butterfly conservatory, museum and an audio-visual room. The butterfly conservatory has a polycarbonate roof and is a 10000 sq feet. Circular enclosure, inside which the living environment has been carefully designed to support over 20 species of butterflies.The environment inside this Butterfly Park has a tropical setting — complete with the humid climate, an artificial waterfall,a narrow walking bridge and host plants and shrubs that attract butterflies.Colorful Birds at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, Indi There were lot of colorful birds inside Bannerghatta Zoo and I don't know the name of the one you see in above photograph. I tried to find out the name and found an interesting link for Birders who plan to visit Zoo at Bannerghatta.  Following link shares names of the birds which can be seen at Bannerghatta Zoo - http://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/checklist.jsp?region=INswka11&list=howardmoorThere are various varieties of Tortoise at Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore. Tortoises are a family of land-dwelling reptiles of the order of turtles. Like their marine cousins, the sea turtles, tortoises are shielded from predators by a shell. The top part of the shell is the carapace, the underside is the plastron, and the two are connected by the bridge.  Tortoises can vary in size from a few centimeters to two meters. Tortoises are usually diurnal animals with tendencies to be crepuscular depending on the ambient temperatures. The ones shown in above photograph were most attractive and colorful for me :Here is one of the links which shares first hand experience of Banerghatta National Park and Zoo with some intersting photographs & Tips - http://www.tonyjohn.com/resources/2515-Our-recent-visit-Bannerghatta-National-Park.aspBangalore City experiences a tropical savanna climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation, Bangalore usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year, although occasional heat waves can make things very uncomfortable in the summer. The coolest month is January and the hottest month is April. Bangalore gets rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons and the wettest months are September, October and August, in that order. The summer heat is moderated by fairly frequent thunderstorms, which occasionally cause power outages and local flooding.Overall, Zoological Park at Bannerghatta of Banglore is an interesting place to spend some time with varied wildlife at it's best.

Kid playing with Butterflies at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

The Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta is spread across 7 acres of land, which comprises a butterfly conservatory, museum and an audio-visual room. The butterfly conservatory has a polycarbonate roof and is a 10000 sq feet. Circular enclosure, inside which the living environment has been carefully designed to support over 20 species of butterflies.

The environment inside this Butterfly Park has a tropical setting — complete with the humid climate, an artificial waterfall,a narrow walking bridge and host plants and shrubs that attract butterflies.

Apart from National Wildlife Park at Bannerghatta, there is a zoological space outside it and quite interesting as compared to other Zoos I have seen so far. This Photo Journey will take you through a tour inside Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore, India..Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is clicked inside Butterfly park which is near to exit gate of Bannerghatta National Park. This Butterfly park has various types of colorful Butterflies in different sizes with colorful flowers/plants all around. This is one of the most popular part for kids and they really enjoy it. Apart from a Butterfly Park, there is a Butterfly museum, with lot of information about different families of butterflies, their life-cycle and other related stuff.Most of the buildings around this place were quite colorful and well maintained. Not sure if these were new or quite old. This one is very close to Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta, Banglore Emu at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndBannerghatta National Park is situated approximately 20 kilometers south of Bangalore City in Karnataka, India. The journey to the park takes nearly one and a half hours from Bangalore. This hilly place is the home for one of the richest natural, zoological reserves. The 25000 acres zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction of BangalorAn old couple at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThere is a small museum in the zoo which showcases zoological exhibits. The Banerghatta Zoo is a major attraction in this area and also has a reptile park & a small theatre. The Zoo is closed on Tuesdays which is weekly holidayKid playing with Butterflies at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThe Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta is spread across 7 acres of land, which comprises a butterfly conservatory, museum and an audio-visual room. The butterfly conservatory has a polycarbonate roof and is a 10000 sq feet. Circular enclosure, inside which the living environment has been carefully designed to support over 20 species of butterflies.The environment inside this Butterfly Park has a tropical setting — complete with the humid climate, an artificial waterfall,a narrow walking bridge and host plants and shrubs that attract butterflies.Colorful Birds at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, Indi There were lot of colorful birds inside Bannerghatta Zoo and I don't know the name of the one you see in above photograph. I tried to find out the name and found an interesting link for Birders who plan to visit Zoo at Bannerghatta.  Following link shares names of the birds which can be seen at Bannerghatta Zoo - http://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/checklist.jsp?region=INswka11&list=howardmoorThere are various varieties of Tortoise at Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore. Tortoises are a family of land-dwelling reptiles of the order of turtles. Like their marine cousins, the sea turtles, tortoises are shielded from predators by a shell. The top part of the shell is the carapace, the underside is the plastron, and the two are connected by the bridge.  Tortoises can vary in size from a few centimeters to two meters. Tortoises are usually diurnal animals with tendencies to be crepuscular depending on the ambient temperatures. The ones shown in above photograph were most attractive and colorful for me :Here is one of the links which shares first hand experience of Banerghatta National Park and Zoo with some intersting photographs & Tips - http://www.tonyjohn.com/resources/2515-Our-recent-visit-Bannerghatta-National-Park.aspBangalore City experiences a tropical savanna climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation, Bangalore usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year, although occasional heat waves can make things very uncomfortable in the summer. The coolest month is January and the hottest month is April. Bangalore gets rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons and the wettest months are September, October and August, in that order. The summer heat is moderated by fairly frequent thunderstorms, which occasionally cause power outages and local flooding.Overall, Zoological Park at Bannerghatta of Banglore is an interesting place to spend some time with varied wildlife at it's best.

Colorful Birds at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

There were lot of colorful birds inside Bannerghatta Zoo and I don't know the name of the one you see in above photograph. I tried to find out the name and found an interesting link for Birders who plan to visit Zoo at Bannerghatta.  Following link shares names of the birds which can be seen at Bannerghatta Zoo - http://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/checklist.jsp?region=INswka11&list=howardmoore

Apart from National Wildlife Park at Bannerghatta, there is a zoological space outside it and quite interesting as compared to other Zoos I have seen so far. This Photo Journey will take you through a tour inside Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore, India..Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is clicked inside Butterfly park which is near to exit gate of Bannerghatta National Park. This Butterfly park has various types of colorful Butterflies in different sizes with colorful flowers/plants all around. This is one of the most popular part for kids and they really enjoy it. Apart from a Butterfly Park, there is a Butterfly museum, with lot of information about different families of butterflies, their life-cycle and other related stuff.Most of the buildings around this place were quite colorful and well maintained. Not sure if these were new or quite old. This one is very close to Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta, Banglore Emu at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndBannerghatta National Park is situated approximately 20 kilometers south of Bangalore City in Karnataka, India. The journey to the park takes nearly one and a half hours from Bangalore. This hilly place is the home for one of the richest natural, zoological reserves. The 25000 acres zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction of BangalorAn old couple at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThere is a small museum in the zoo which showcases zoological exhibits. The Banerghatta Zoo is a major attraction in this area and also has a reptile park & a small theatre. The Zoo is closed on Tuesdays which is weekly holidayKid playing with Butterflies at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThe Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta is spread across 7 acres of land, which comprises a butterfly conservatory, museum and an audio-visual room. The butterfly conservatory has a polycarbonate roof and is a 10000 sq feet. Circular enclosure, inside which the living environment has been carefully designed to support over 20 species of butterflies.The environment inside this Butterfly Park has a tropical setting — complete with the humid climate, an artificial waterfall,a narrow walking bridge and host plants and shrubs that attract butterflies.Colorful Birds at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, Indi There were lot of colorful birds inside Bannerghatta Zoo and I don't know the name of the one you see in above photograph. I tried to find out the name and found an interesting link for Birders who plan to visit Zoo at Bannerghatta.  Following link shares names of the birds which can be seen at Bannerghatta Zoo - http://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/checklist.jsp?region=INswka11&list=howardmoorThere are various varieties of Tortoise at Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore. Tortoises are a family of land-dwelling reptiles of the order of turtles. Like their marine cousins, the sea turtles, tortoises are shielded from predators by a shell. The top part of the shell is the carapace, the underside is the plastron, and the two are connected by the bridge.  Tortoises can vary in size from a few centimeters to two meters. Tortoises are usually diurnal animals with tendencies to be crepuscular depending on the ambient temperatures. The ones shown in above photograph were most attractive and colorful for me :Here is one of the links which shares first hand experience of Banerghatta National Park and Zoo with some intersting photographs & Tips - http://www.tonyjohn.com/resources/2515-Our-recent-visit-Bannerghatta-National-Park.aspBangalore City experiences a tropical savanna climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation, Bangalore usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year, although occasional heat waves can make things very uncomfortable in the summer. The coolest month is January and the hottest month is April. Bangalore gets rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons and the wettest months are September, October and August, in that order. The summer heat is moderated by fairly frequent thunderstorms, which occasionally cause power outages and local flooding.Overall, Zoological Park at Bannerghatta of Banglore is an interesting place to spend some time with varied wildlife at it's best.

There are various varieties of Tortoise at Bannerghatta Zoo in Bangalore. Tortoises are a family of land-dwelling reptiles of the order of turtles. Like their marine cousins, the sea turtles, tortoises are shielded from predators by a shell. The top part of the shell is the carapace, the underside is the plastron, and the two are connected by the bridge.  Tortoises can vary in size from a few centimeters to two meters. Tortoises are usually diurnal animals with tendencies to be crepuscular depending on the ambient temperatures. The ones shown in above photograph were most attractive and colorful for me :)

Here is one of the links which shares first hand experience of Banerghatta National Park and Zoo with some intersting photographs & Tips - http://www.tonyjohn.com/resources/2515-Our-recent-visit-Bannerghatta-National-Park.aspx

Apart from National Wildlife Park at Bannerghatta, there is a zoological space outside it and quite interesting as compared to other Zoos I have seen so far. This Photo Journey will take you through a tour inside Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore, India..Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is clicked inside Butterfly park which is near to exit gate of Bannerghatta National Park. This Butterfly park has various types of colorful Butterflies in different sizes with colorful flowers/plants all around. This is one of the most popular part for kids and they really enjoy it. Apart from a Butterfly Park, there is a Butterfly museum, with lot of information about different families of butterflies, their life-cycle and other related stuff.Most of the buildings around this place were quite colorful and well maintained. Not sure if these were new or quite old. This one is very close to Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta, Banglore Emu at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndBannerghatta National Park is situated approximately 20 kilometers south of Bangalore City in Karnataka, India. The journey to the park takes nearly one and a half hours from Bangalore. This hilly place is the home for one of the richest natural, zoological reserves. The 25000 acres zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction of BangalorAn old couple at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThere is a small museum in the zoo which showcases zoological exhibits. The Banerghatta Zoo is a major attraction in this area and also has a reptile park & a small theatre. The Zoo is closed on Tuesdays which is weekly holidayKid playing with Butterflies at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThe Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta is spread across 7 acres of land, which comprises a butterfly conservatory, museum and an audio-visual room. The butterfly conservatory has a polycarbonate roof and is a 10000 sq feet. Circular enclosure, inside which the living environment has been carefully designed to support over 20 species of butterflies.The environment inside this Butterfly Park has a tropical setting — complete with the humid climate, an artificial waterfall,a narrow walking bridge and host plants and shrubs that attract butterflies.Colorful Birds at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, Indi There were lot of colorful birds inside Bannerghatta Zoo and I don't know the name of the one you see in above photograph. I tried to find out the name and found an interesting link for Birders who plan to visit Zoo at Bannerghatta.  Following link shares names of the birds which can be seen at Bannerghatta Zoo - http://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/checklist.jsp?region=INswka11&list=howardmoorThere are various varieties of Tortoise at Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore. Tortoises are a family of land-dwelling reptiles of the order of turtles. Like their marine cousins, the sea turtles, tortoises are shielded from predators by a shell. The top part of the shell is the carapace, the underside is the plastron, and the two are connected by the bridge.  Tortoises can vary in size from a few centimeters to two meters. Tortoises are usually diurnal animals with tendencies to be crepuscular depending on the ambient temperatures. The ones shown in above photograph were most attractive and colorful for me :Here is one of the links which shares first hand experience of Banerghatta National Park and Zoo with some intersting photographs & Tips - http://www.tonyjohn.com/resources/2515-Our-recent-visit-Bannerghatta-National-Park.aspBangalore City experiences a tropical savanna climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation, Bangalore usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year, although occasional heat waves can make things very uncomfortable in the summer. The coolest month is January and the hottest month is April. Bangalore gets rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons and the wettest months are September, October and August, in that order. The summer heat is moderated by fairly frequent thunderstorms, which occasionally cause power outages and local flooding.Overall, Zoological Park at Bannerghatta of Banglore is an interesting place to spend some time with varied wildlife at it's best.

Bangalore City experiences a tropical savanna climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation, Bangalore usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year, although occasional heat waves can make things very uncomfortable in the summer. The coolest month is January and the hottest month is April. Bangalore gets rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons and the wettest months are September, October and August, in that order. The summer heat is moderated by fairly frequent thunderstorms, which occasionally cause power outages and local flooding.

Apart from National Wildlife Park at Bannerghatta, there is a zoological space outside it and quite interesting as compared to other Zoos I have seen so far. This Photo Journey will take you through a tour inside Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore, India..Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is clicked inside Butterfly park which is near to exit gate of Bannerghatta National Park. This Butterfly park has various types of colorful Butterflies in different sizes with colorful flowers/plants all around. This is one of the most popular part for kids and they really enjoy it. Apart from a Butterfly Park, there is a Butterfly museum, with lot of information about different families of butterflies, their life-cycle and other related stuff.Most of the buildings around this place were quite colorful and well maintained. Not sure if these were new or quite old. This one is very close to Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta, Banglore Emu at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndBannerghatta National Park is situated approximately 20 kilometers south of Bangalore City in Karnataka, India. The journey to the park takes nearly one and a half hours from Bangalore. This hilly place is the home for one of the richest natural, zoological reserves. The 25000 acres zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction of BangalorAn old couple at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThere is a small museum in the zoo which showcases zoological exhibits. The Banerghatta Zoo is a major attraction in this area and also has a reptile park & a small theatre. The Zoo is closed on Tuesdays which is weekly holidayKid playing with Butterflies at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, IndiThe Butterfly Park at Bannerghatta is spread across 7 acres of land, which comprises a butterfly conservatory, museum and an audio-visual room. The butterfly conservatory has a polycarbonate roof and is a 10000 sq feet. Circular enclosure, inside which the living environment has been carefully designed to support over 20 species of butterflies.The environment inside this Butterfly Park has a tropical setting — complete with the humid climate, an artificial waterfall,a narrow walking bridge and host plants and shrubs that attract butterflies.Colorful Birds at Bannerghatta Zological Park, Banglore, Karnataka, Indi There were lot of colorful birds inside Bannerghatta Zoo and I don't know the name of the one you see in above photograph. I tried to find out the name and found an interesting link for Birders who plan to visit Zoo at Bannerghatta.  Following link shares names of the birds which can be seen at Bannerghatta Zoo - http://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/checklist.jsp?region=INswka11&list=howardmoorThere are various varieties of Tortoise at Bannerghatta Zoo in Banglore. Tortoises are a family of land-dwelling reptiles of the order of turtles. Like their marine cousins, the sea turtles, tortoises are shielded from predators by a shell. The top part of the shell is the carapace, the underside is the plastron, and the two are connected by the bridge.  Tortoises can vary in size from a few centimeters to two meters. Tortoises are usually diurnal animals with tendencies to be crepuscular depending on the ambient temperatures. The ones shown in above photograph were most attractive and colorful for me :Here is one of the links which shares first hand experience of Banerghatta National Park and Zoo with some intersting photographs & Tips - http://www.tonyjohn.com/resources/2515-Our-recent-visit-Bannerghatta-National-Park.aspBangalore City experiences a tropical savanna climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation, Bangalore usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year, although occasional heat waves can make things very uncomfortable in the summer. The coolest month is January and the hottest month is April. Bangalore gets rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons and the wettest months are September, October and August, in that order. The summer heat is moderated by fairly frequent thunderstorms, which occasionally cause power outages and local flooding.Overall, Zoological Park at Bannerghatta of Banglore is an interesting place to spend some time with varied wildlife at it's best.

Overall, Zoological Park at Bannerghatta of Bangalore is an interesting place to spend some time with varied wildlife at it's best.

4 comments:

Vibha said...

Lovely clicks once again VJ. Wish you had posted more pictures of butterflies though!

Vetrimagal said...

In Summer a good place to take kids. Bangalore having showers once in a while, makes it better for picnics.

Lovely photographs.

VJ Sharma said...

Thanks Vibha & Vetrimagal.

Vibha - I will be posting more photographs of butterflies soon.

Nishitha KM said...

hi..thanks for the post.Are you planning any holiday trip with family.i will suggest you the places br hills resort and also near by place k gudi resort..its a nice place to enjoy with family..do visit..

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