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post Nov 1 2014, 10:14 AM
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  • Pakshipathalam: Pakshipathalam is located 10 kms away from Thirunelly. This tiny hillock is the abode of migratory birds. During the season rare species of birds can be seen here. Trekking is the only mode of accessibility. There is also a cave believed to be used for meditation by saints.
 
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QUOTE (vin @ Nov 1 2014, 06:14 PM) *
  • Pakshipathalam: Pakshipathalam is located 10 kms away from Thirunelly. This tiny hillock is the abode of migratory birds. During the season rare species of birds can be seen here. Trekking is the only mode of accessibility. There is also a cave believed to be used for meditation by saints.


I visited the site few years ago when I visited a friend at Kalpatta.. The bureaucracy of the government officials are not very encouraging to Kerala tourism. The ancient cave and the assembly of different kinds of birds make you feel that you are in the middle of the cradle of mother nature. This will be spoiled soon by our political "durboothangal"-VJ

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hahaha....what a joke Ywinking.gif...
 
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