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Bhutan Birding Tour

Bhutan 8 Days
Starting From USD 1,625 / per person

Birding in Bhutan Tour

Bhutan 14 Days
Starting From USD 2,985 / per person
Great Hornbill
The Great hornbill, is one of the larger members of the hornbill family, measuring 95–130 cm long, with a wingspan of 152 cm. they are found in the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. In Bhutan, they are frequently recorded residents found in central and eastern foothills. The chances of seeing them are very good on all our longer tours.
White-bellied Heron ((Ardea Insignis)
The White-bellied Heron is listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List since 2007. With a population of fewer than 60 individuals worldwide. Bhutan is home to around 50% of the total world population. Depending on the season we have a pretty good chance to see them on some of our tours.
Beautiful Nuthatch
Beautiful Nuthatch is a species of bird in the family Sittidae, listed as vulnerable by IUCN. The Beautiful Nuthatch is a scarce resident of Himalayan foothills. This bird is one of the most sought-after specialties of the Bhutanese avifauna. While they are uncommon residents are restricted to narrow altitude zone. We have good knowledge of few very reliable sites for this species and we are very confident that we will see them on most of our longer tours.
Black-necked Crane
The Black-necked Crane is believed to be the last discovered of 15 species of cranes in the world. This magnificent bird is endemic to Tibet and migrates to several places in Bhutan during the winter months. Phobjekha valley, the biggest glacial valley of Bhutan is located on the edge of the northwestern tip of the Black Mountain Range. It is most famous as the roosting grounds for the rare Black-Necked Cranes. The Black-necked Crane commonly known as “ thrung thrung karm” has a sacred identity in Bhutanese culture and is often cited in folklore, dance, and other historical texts. You can find them in the hundredth during the months of mid-November – 2nd Week of March.
Satyr Tragopan
The Satyr Tragopan is the most striking pheasant of the Himalayas, they are listed as the near-threatened. Satyr Tragopan is also known as “horned pheasant because during mating season the male displays horns and blue wattle. we don’t miss this beautiful species on all of our tours from mid-March – June.
Rufous-necked Hornbill
The Rufous-necked Hornbill is classified as vulnerable species and becoming rare across much of its range due to habitat degradation from logging and clearance of the forest for agriculture purposes. In some places, this bird is also hunted for food and for its casque. However, in Bhutan due to our government's strong commitment to preserves 60 percent of our land under forest cover. A good number of the Rufous-necked Hornbill population still thrive in Bhutan. they are seen almost all on our longer trip.
Ward's Trogon
Ward's trogon is a species of bird in the family Trogonidae. It occurs in northeastern parts of the Indian subcontinent extending eastwards to Southeast Asia. They are mostly restricted to temperate, subtropical, or tropical moist lowland forests. In Bhutan, they have a very narrow range distribution and are found only in few places. On any of our tours, sighting of this rare species is very good as all our guides are familiar with their habitat and location.
Ibisbill
Ibisbill is a special bird of the Himalayas. This elegant wader with the long decurved bill and enlisted in its own monotypic family. Although these birds are becoming hard to find elsewhere in the Himalayas, Bhutan is probably the best place to see them. It is fairly common and found throughout the year. There is almost no chance to miss them on any of our trips.
Himalayan Monal
The Himalayan Monal is spectacularly beautiful. Birds of Himalayas. The male Himalayan Monal is also called the bird with the “rainbow color.” This is due to the metallic multicolored plumage they display. This pheasant is always a delight to all the birdwatchers’ eyes. We make sure not to miss this species on any of our tours throughout the year.
Golden Langur
Golden Langur, a rare monkey endemic to Bhutan small part of Assam bordering Bhutan. discovered in the early 1950s. some research shows that Golden Langurs are active during the early morning and afternoon for feeding and rest. Social grooming and play during the midday when the heat is very intense. In the evening the group will assemble in the sleeping tree for the night. They are fair common and confined to Zhemgang Dzongkhag, which lies in the South-central of the country.

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