Kolleru Lake is one of the greatest freshwater lakes in India arranged in an area of Andhra Pradesh and structures the greatest shallow freshwater lake in Asia, 15 kilometers from the city of Eluru. Kolleru is arranged among Krishna and Godai deltas. Kolleru ranges into two areas - Krishna and West Godai. The lake is maintained particularly by water from the customary Budameru and Tammileru streams, and is related with the Krishna and Godai water framework structures by in excess of 67 vital and minor water framework channels.
This lake is an imperative get-away goal. Various winged animals move here in winter, for instance, Siberian crane, ibis, and painted storks. The lake was an essential regular surroundings for a normal 20 million inhabitant and short lived flying animals, including the diminish or spot-charged pelican. The lake was reported as an untamed life safe house in November 1999 under India's Wildlife Protection Act of 1972, and appointed a wetland of worldwide centrality in November 2002 under the overall Ramsar Convention. The untamed life haven covers a domain of 308 km sq..