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about Amur falcons

Watch millions of Amur Falcons roosting at Pangti before their epic trans-Arabian Sea flight to South Africa in Earth's Biggest Congregation.

Every year Pangti village in Nagaland comes alive with creaking and fluttering of birds of prey from end-October till mid-November. More than a million Amur falcons descend from the skies to roost enroute their trans-continental journey that started in Siberia. Akin to a basecamp, the birds rest here to recover, gain weight and then embark on an incredible trip. One that takes these pigeon-sized falcons 11,000 km to South Africa in two months. This leg of the journey includes a nonstop flight of a mammoth 3000 km over the Arabian Sea in just 3 days. An amazing congregation followed by an even more astonishing journey, just the right recipe for an experience of a lifetime.

itinerary- earth's biggest congregation


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Ramki Sreenivasan | Conservation India