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Birding in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh Tour, India

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Bugun Liochicla
The Bugun liocichla (Liocichla bugunorum) is a passerine bird species from the Leiothrichidae family. First spotted in 1995 in Arunachal Pradesh, India, it was described as a new species in 2006. t is thought to be an endangered species, with a small population, and a very restricted distribution range
Blyths Tragopan
Blyth’s tragopan (Tragopan blythii) or the grey-bellied tragopan is a pheasant that is a vulnerable species. Blyth’s tragopan pheasant is the largest of the genus Tragopan. Like most pheasants, the male is brightly colored, it is a highly sought species for every birdwatcher.
Satyr Tragopan
The Satyr Ttragopan (Tragopan satyra) also known as the crimson horned pheasant, is a pheasant found in the Himalayan reaches of India, Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan. They reside in moist oak and rhododendron forests with dense undergrowth and bamboo clumps. Its Status is Near threatened.
Sclater's monal
Sclater's monal is distributed to mountain forests of northeast India, southeast Tibet, and northern Burma, at altitudes of 2,500 to 4,200 metres (8,200 to 13,800 ft). status is vulnerable.
Purple Cochoa
The purple cochoa (Cochoa purpurea) is a brightly coloured bird found in the temperate forests of Asia. It is a quiet and elusive bird species that have been considered to be related to the thrushes of family Turdidae or the related Muscicapidae (Old World flycatchers). They are found in dark forested areas and is found in the canopy, where it often sits motionless
Black-breasted Parrotbill
Black-breasted Parrotbill Paradoxornis flavirostris is endemic to the Indian subcontinent and in modern times possibly the country of India, where it is known from the plains and foothills of the Brahmaputra valley in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. Status is vulnerable.
Fire-tailed Myzornis
Fire-tailed Myzornis The species is found in Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, and Nepal. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. It is a common species in the upper ridges of the Sikkim and Arunachal Himalayas; mostly between 9,000 ft to 13,000 according to climatic conditions and seasonal variation. It prefers bamboo thickets, Rhododendron shrubs, birches, and junipers.
Wards Trogon
The Ward's trogon (Harpactes wardi) is a species of bird in the family Trogonidae. Its range includes the northeastern parts of the Indian subcontinent stretching eastwards to Southeast Asia. It is found in Bhutan, India, Tibet, and Myanmar. Its natural habitats are temperate forests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss. Status Near Threatened.
Hodgsons Frogmouth
Hodgson's frogmouth (Batrachostomus hodgsoni) is a species of bird in the family Podargidae. It is found in Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. Its natural habitat is temperate forests. This bird is part of the same order as nightjars are. Both birds are nocturnal and they share similar rictal bristles on the bill which they use to know when to close their bill shut on insects as they hawk.
Rufous-necked Hornbill
The Rufous-necked hornbill (Aceros nipalensis) is a species of hornbill in northeastern India, especially in Arunachal Pradesh, Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia. There are < 10,000 adults left in the wild.it is among the largest Bucerotine hornbills. Status wise it is Vulnerable.

All our tours are conservation based helping the local community, guides are used for every tour locally, like in areas of Eaglesnest  Arunachal Pradesh where two communities are running the camps, in Nagaland and other places local homestays are used as we believe in community-based tourism, local youth are also encouraged so that they can gain from our tours so most of the income from our tours go directly to the local communities due to which the local communities have given up hunting and cutting forest down, the Bugun community, for example, have declared their forest as community reserve.

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    Birding in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh Tour, India
    Joe Thompson4 Apr 2018
    I've done trips with All India Birding Tours to South India and the Andamans as well as a three week tour to Assam, Nagaland, and Arunachal Pradesh. They do an excellent job with logistics and have top notch guides who know the birds and habitats well. I'm traveling with them soon to Rajasthan during the monsoon. I have full confidence in them and would not hesitate to recommend them for any birding trip to India! They have good contacts in all the right places, and are excellent for both private tours and group tours.
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