Morjim Birds

Posted in Birds, People, Travel at 8:30 pm by Warren Williams

Our last day in Goa was spent in Morjim after the recommendation from Darryl Baptista, which is home to many thousands of birds. It was also the least visited by other people, which was great news for us! I have noticed more recently, several news articles about the darker side of Morjim. Fortunately we never encountered any trouble during our three weeks in Goa, and would recommend anyone to FLY in and enjoy the cheap food, drinks and sun.

Morjim Local Boy
Local boy walking along the sandy banks

Morjim Fishing Boat

Morjim Birds
Thousands of birds in Morjim

Morjim Boats Lined up
Morjim boats lined up

Low Tide Morjim Birds

Morjim Birds Sunset

Goa Hawk
Hawk on the lookout for smaller seabirds

India Football

Hermit Crab Escape
Hermit Crab escaping

Morjim Swimming

Really great water, much better than Calangute area

Angus in the crisp water

Morjim Sunset Birds Silhouette
Thousands of birds flying north across the setting sun

Morjim Sunset

Morjim Red Skies, Goa

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  1. Mike Clarke said,

    March 11, 2010 at 4:28 am

    Hey man, these shots are absolutely amazing! All of them.

  2. Warren Williams said,

    March 15, 2010 at 7:20 pm

    Hey Mike! Good to hear from you. Thanks, and glad you like them!
    Check back soon, I have two months of NZ’s amazing beaches and a few people shots to post up over the coming weeks. đŸ™‚

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