Sewri Jetty

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Nikhil P
Mumbai, India1,327 contributions
Nov 2019
Mumbai is one of the places in India which has blessed with several good things from modernity as well as environment, sewri jetty is one such place, its one of the best places to watch sun rise and sun set and ofcourse the pink flamingos during their breeding season.
Written 25 November 2019
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meena1981
Bokaro Steel City, India492 contributions
Apr 2019 • Friends
Sewri is the best spot to see the bird Flamingo in India along with other birds like Black-Headed Ibis and Black-Tailed Godwit, Western Reef-egret, River Tern, Sandpiper, Green Shank, Herons, Egrets, Cranes, Wagtails and Swallows.So for bird lovers it is a nice place.
Written 28 May 2019
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Hitesh S
Mumbai, India289 contributions
Dec 2018 • Family
people come here to see the migrated birds in winter, early morning you can see thousands of while colour migrated bird, its area which has boat jetty, dirty, but sill once you can come and see,
Written 16 May 2019
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Lavy10
Mumbai, India349 contributions
Feb 2019 • Family
We went early morning during sunrise to Sewri mangrove park as shown in google map. There were thousands of them but bit far away from the point we were allowed to watch. Concrete path which leads to mud flat is damaged many place so they don’t allow to walk on it.
Before sunrise we could see lot of sticks jetting out of water. After sunrise We could see lot of pink but was not clear without binoculars. We had one so we were not disappointed. We also saw some were on the other side which was indeed appeared in map as secondary watch point. But again there was construction going on, but no one restricted us.
There few flamigos, Ibis and painted stark were very near.
What we heard from the policeman posted there was , birds fly away to mangrove during high tide, but before that when sea starts to raise initially flamingos move near to the watch points. One needs patience and time .
1. Take Binoculars
2. Don’t go during high tide
3 better go in your vehicle .
4 Google shows wrong U turn in Wadala , so ask for direction to Shivdi
Written 12 February 2019
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Astad D
Saint Louis, MO24 contributions
Dec 2018
If you are looking to see the mangroves and a very different side of Mumbai go here. It isnt well organized. Google maps does a good job of pointing it out. Go to Sewri fort for the best views of the marshes.
Written 20 January 2019
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srishi99
Mumbai, India22 contributions
Jan 2019 • Friends
Went early morning in mid January which is supposed to be a good time to see the migratory birds, especially the flamingos but there were no birds at all!
We were informed that the birds have stopped coming here since a year due to trans harbour line construction which is happening very close to the Sewri jetty - the place which used to be the spot to see the birds.
If someone is interested in trying other spots, they can try the spot in airoli /vashi creek. I have read that the migratory birds still visit those areas.
Written 20 January 2019
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Malay S
32 contributions
Feb 2018 • Friends
Located in some what remote location. I would not suggest to go after sunset. Car is must to visit this place. You may go in Taxi, but won't be able to find one while going back. Place may be dirty is some ship would have been docked. But it's HEAVEN to see migratory birds in Mumbai that too from Russia. Go only during LOW TIDE. Depends on your luck hote close flamingos come. You may also see some other rare birds. Carry good pairs of binoculars if you have. Best time would be to visit when water levels are increasing slowly as you would see birds coming near you. Worth spending one Sunday. BNHS organizes one event every year. Follow them to get if you are new to bird watching.
Written 19 June 2018
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matin22
Mumbai, India906 contributions
Feb 2018 • Solo
Visited early morning at 7am for flamingo spotting
The road is extremely bad with pot holes so avoid taking your car instead use a uber or ola
Dusty with large trucks parked haphazardly and no signs the jetty has been badly neglected
There are a few old ships and the water is polluted by plastic waste
Few wading birds and flamingoes could be spotted far away
Written 14 March 2018
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Sudeep Paralkar
Mumbai, India667 contributions
Feb 2018 • Family
This is the place which is quite secluded from busy life of Mumbai . It is small and abandoned jetty . We visited this place in first week of February early morning but were not lucky to spot any flamingos . However we spotted many other birds such as Black Ibis . Though disappointed not see any flamingos we were pleased be at this place .
Written 8 February 2018
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Guy D
Ramat Gan, Israel177 contributions
Jan 2018 • Solo
After consulting with birdwatching expert Sunjoy Mongha via email, I was advised to visit between 17:00 - 18:15 pm on January 6th. I went - nothing. No flamingos, no birds. Complete waste of time.
Written 14 January 2018
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