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Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary takes in approximately 332 sq km/128 sq miles in Jamnagar.
It was confirmed as a refuge in 1988 and is considered a unique location for native and migratory birds and a variety of other wildlife.
It's been said the sanctuary is a good location to observe the Spot-billed Duck, and species of Flamingoes. Couple that with Demoiselle Crane and Common Crane in the winter and you have a great spot for birders. 
This area has 361 species reported as having been sighted and 20 globally threatened species. 
Birds you can see here include:
Cotton Pygmy-Goose, Rain Quail, Greater Flamingo, Eared Grebe, Laughing Dove, Painted Sandgrouse, Asian Koel, Savanna Nightjar, Asian Palm-Swift, Watercock, Sarus Crane, Great Thick-knee, Pied Avocet, Greater Sand Plover, Greater Painted-Snipe, Bronze-winged Jacana, Terek Sandpiper, Yellow-legged Buttonquail, Crab Plover, Indian Courser, Pomarine Jaeger, Caspian Gull, Wilson's Storm-Petrel, Wedge-tailed Shearwater, White Stork, Great Cormorant, Great White Pelican, Striated Heron, Red-naped Ibis, Osprey, Crested Serpent-Eagle, Barn Owl, Spotted Owlet, Eurasian Hoopoe, Pied Kingfisher, Blue-cheeked Bee-eater, Indian Roller, Coppersmith Barbet, Black-rumped Flameback, Amur Falcon, Plum-headed Parakeet, Indian Pitta, Black-headed Cuckooshrike, Indian Golden Oriole, Common Woodshrike, White-tailed Iora, White-browed Fantail, White-bellied Drongo, Indian Paradise-Flycatcher, Great Gray Shrike, Rufous Treepie, Gray-headed Canary-Flycatcher, Cinereous Tit, Singing Bushlark, Graceful Prinia, Paddyfield Warbler, Bank Swallow, White-eared Bulbul, Greenish Warbler, Yellow-eyed Babbler, Indian White-eye, Indian Scimitar-Babbler, Jungle Babbler, Bank Myna, Orange-headed Thrush, Black Redstart, Hypocolius, Thick-billed Flowerpecker, Purple Sunbird, Baya Weaver, Indian Silverbill, House Sparrow, Paddyfield Pipit, Common Rosefinch, Red-headed Bunting
Other wildlife species that could be encountered in this area include wolves, jackals, and mongoose. 
History and Use
Areas of Interest
Access and Facilities
The Jamnagar Airport (JGA) is the closest airport to the Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary offering commercial airline service.
Consult a trusted travel professional for specific, up-to-date information.
- Gujarat Expert - https://www.gujaratexpert.com/gaga-wildlife-sanctuary/
- Lepage D. (2020) Devbhoomi Dwarka Bird Checklist - Avibase - Bird Checklists of the World. Retrieved 28 September 2020
- Incredible India - https://www.incredibleindia.org/content/incredibleindia/en/destinations/jamnagar/gaga-wildlife-sanctuary.html
- BirdForum Opus contributors. (2021) Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary. In: BirdForum, the forum for wild birds and birding. Retrieved 14 May 2021 from https://www.birdforum.net/wiki/Gaga_Wildlife_Sanctuary