Mumbai's Migratory Flamingos: A Pink Delight

Every year, between October and March, Mumbai witnesses a magnificent natural spectacle - the arrival of thousands of migratory flamingos. These elegant birds travel to the city's wetlands and mudflats to feed on algae, small fish, and crustaceans, turning the shores into a sea of pink. The Sewri Mudflats and Thane Creek Flamingo Sanctuary are prime locations to spot these mesmerizing creatures. Conservation efforts have been put in place to protect these habitats, ensuring that the flamingos continue to grace Mumbai's shores for years to come.

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