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Bird Watching in Nepal
Bird Watching in Nepal

Nepal is the paradise for the bird watchers, where one can find 800 specious of bird almost 10% of the world. The bird only find in Nepal is Spiny Babbler. The most popular spots for the bird watching are: Phulchoki, Godavari, Nagarjun Royal Forest, Gokarna, bank of Bagmati and Manohara river and Tsudaha lake near Kathmandu valley.

Kosi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, Royal Chitwan National Park and other National Parks of Nepal are also the territory of endangered birds.

Phulchoki hill is the most popular spot for bird watching in Nepal which is the highest peak on the Valley rim that situated 20 km southeast of Kathmandu, with some 265 species recorded till date. The birds encountered here includes Warblers, Tits, Thrushes, Babblers, Minivets, Woodpeckers, Eagles and many migrant birds. Godavari, where Royal Botanical Garden is situated, at the bottom of the Phulchoki hill, records over 100 species of birds including the lesser Racket-tailed drongo, Tibetan Siskin and the Spotted Forktail. 

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