Popular in and around Kathmandu valley


Phulchoki is popular and nearest hill side from Kathmandu for any bird lovers and fabulous butterflies spices. It is located 20 km south east part from Kathmandu.

Shivapuri Natioanl Park:

Shi vapuri National park is nearest national park in Kathmandu where more than 331 bird spices, 120+ butterfly spices and many other wild threatened spices can found. It is located West North side of Kathmandu.


Taudaha is only one living pond with religious story left in the Kathmandu valley. It is located 7 Km South from kathmadu valley, which is famous for the Siberian Birds watching from beginning of Sep till late spring every year.

Suryabinayak Jungle:

More than 99 different species of resident and migrating birds have been spotted here. Different types of orchids are also found hanging in the trees in this forest all the year round. This type of forest is one of the best breeding ground for different kinds of resident birds. Lot of warblers can be seen during the winter in the forest. It is a good breeding ground for many summer visitors like fly catchers, cuckoos and bee-eaters. White bellied yuhina dove, magpie, treepie, woodpecker, flower pecker, nuthatch, laughing thrush, minivet, barbet and bulbul can be seen everywhere in the forest. Locate at South from Bhaktapur city.

Chitwan National Park:

Chitwan National Park is renowned for its array of birds, with over 255 species recorded. There are many species of parakeet, blue-throat (thrush), long tailed nightjar, Indian peafowl, great barbet, red billed blue magpie and Tickell’s red-breasted blue flycatcher and other wild creature are also found to see.

Also famous for sunset view from bank of Rapti River, jeep safari, elephant bleeding, elephant ride and other adventure activity under the well trained guide on wild spices territory.

Bardia National Park:

Bardia is mass jungle area which is covered by sal forest, riverine forest and frass land, situated in the far west of Nepal.. A boat ride on the slow moving expanse of the Karnali River provides plenty of opportunities to view a enormous variety of birds spices including rudy shelduck, darter, Brahmini kite, brown headed gull, cormorant, oriental pied hornbill, night heron, purple heron, cinnamon bittern, oriole and peacock.

Annapurna conservation area:

The bird habitat ranges from the sub-tropical lowland towards Pokhara in the south of the conservation area, to dry sub-alpine conditions above the tree line towards the north. The most commonly observed birds in the area include eagle, bearded vulture, and the golden eagle, crimson horned pheasant, blood pheasant, koklass pheasant, cheer pheasant and kalij pheasant

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