JAISALMER: There's good news for bird watchers and wildlife enthusiasts. The Golden Eagle, generally found in the Himalayan region, for the first time has been spotted at the Desert National Park (DNP).
Generally found in cold regions, spotting these birds in the desert is surprising. Devendra Bhardwaj, deputy director, DNP, said "two Golden Eagles were spotted in D block of Sudasari enclosure in the park".
He said possibly these birds must have forgotten their track and come here. The plumage of the birds show they are juvenile, Bhardwaj added.