Lake Beyşehir hosts bird watchers, photographers

KONYA

Dwelling to 190 totally different hen species, the Lake Beyşehir Nationwide Park within the Central Anatolian province of Konya hosts many photographers and hen watchers yearly throughout spring.

Eurasian coot, nice crested grebe, cormorant, heron, flamingo, stork, crane, white pelican and seagull are the main hen species that accommodate and incubate across the lake throughout migration seasons.

The birds, which come to the lake at dawn, carry out a day-long live performance, with every hen enjoying a special instrument within the orchestra.

Visiting the hen sanctuary, situated two-and-a-half hours from the capital Ankara, hen lovers and photographers spend hours there observing the birds within the park.

Talking to state-run Anadolu Company, Osman Nurullah Berk, a tutorial from Selçuk College Fowl Watching Society, mentioned that over 184,000 water birds had been registered in and across the lake.

In addition to the birds, the colourful flowers, naked mountains and colourful land formations make guests really feel like they’re on a special planet.

The water lilies blooming on the lake’s waters rise to the floor and disappear underwater within the afternoon, making
all of them the extra fascinating for guests.

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