The little Rann is a vast salt marsh with its iconic inhabitant the Ghudkhur galloping across in healthy numbers. The fawn and white animals are quite curious of their visitor and stand around happily till you approach them when they thunder across. The real revelation was the teeming birds, almost all migratory they gather in vast numbers at the water edge, the pink hued flamingos add colour and their graceful strut makes time fly by. The Rann is a big producer of salt ,the shimmering salt piles make a surreal sight on moon lit nights. Talking to the families that live at the pans for the production season is fascinating and enlightening, its made me realise not to take the salt of the earth for granted. The best season would probably be late December to the end of January for the birds and the sights. Highly recommended as a different wild life destination.
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