Bird Watching

March 27, 2016

A visit to Chitwan National Park is not just seeing endangered animals or a safari ride on elephant back. Here in Chitwan, you can find an exciting amount of highly vulnerable birds, some of them endangered, which have been enticing ornithologists from the world over for years. Bird watching is one of the most popular activity, and here you can see the Chestnut-capped Babbler, Small Pratincole, Blue-bearded Bee-eater, River Lapwing, Long-tailed Shrike, Emerald Dove, White-browed Wagtail, Collared Falconet, Changeable Hawk-eagle, Brown Crake, Red Jungle fowl, Indian Peafowl, Striped Tit-babbler, Jungle Owlet, Black-rumped, Himalayan and Greater Flamebacks, Red-headed Trogon, Small Minivet, Spot-winged Starling, Pale-footed and Spotted Bush-warblers among others. A lot more species like the Grey-headed Woodpecker can also be found in this reserve.

Chitwan national park is known as a paradise for birds and birdwatchers. Chitwan valley records over 500 species of birds. The eagle eyes of our naturalist will point out local as well as some of the migratory and globally threatened birds when you book the Bird Watching activity at Jungle Nepal Resort.



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