Kaziranga National Park

Home to the Great Indian one horned rhinoceros, Kaziranga National Park is one of the best parks in the world. With an area of 860 Sq. Km. (after recent additions) of low lying grasslands, shallow waterbodies & woodlands this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kaziranga is excellent for mammal viewing. The park recently celebrated 100 years of its protected area status. Kaziranga became a Project Tiger recently. There are 86 Royal Bengal Tigers as per 2000 Census. Kaziranga has 70% of the world population of Eastern Swamp Deer and Asiatic Water Buffalos.

There are 2048 rhinos at Kaziranga as per 2009 census.

Till now 490 species of birds (25 of them globally threatened) have been recorded at Kaziranga so far & an ardent birder is likely to find more.

Kaziranga is the most visited birding area in NE India & for a birder it has been a memorable experience where one comes across innumerable species within a few hours of birding.

Interesting species: Bengal Florican, Swamp Francolin, White-bellied Heron, Black-necked Stork, Pallas's & Grey-headed Fish Eagles, Pied Harrier, Spot-winged Starling, Chestnut-capped Babbler, Slender-billed Babbler, Streak-throated, Pale-headed and Himalayan Flameback woodpeckers, Asian Fairy Bluebird, Black-crested Bulbul, Abbott's and Puff-throated Babblers, Pale-chinned Flycatcher, Oriental and Great Hornbills, Banded Bay and Drongo Cuckoos, Grey Peacock Pheasant, Kalij Pheasant, Pale-capped Pigeon, Silver-breasted Broadbill, Golden-crested Myna, White-hooded Babbler, Lesser Shortwing, Black-breasted Thrush, Blyth's Pipits, Blue-tailed Bee-eater, Ashy Woodswallow, Common Green Magpie, Thick-billed Warbler, Greater Necklaced and Rufous-necked Laughingthrushes, White-Cheeked Partridge, Blue-naped Pitta etc.

Manas National Park

Manas National Park is a tiger reserve and also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the most fascinating National Parks in India and the home to some rare mammals like the Golden Langur, Hispid Hare and the Pygmy Hog. The Golden Langur, a blond species of the Langurs is more common in forests on the Bhutanese side .The Hispid Hare or Assamese Rabbit is darker brown than the Black- Napped Hare, and is covered in coarse bristly hair.

The pygmy hog, a small hairy version of the wild boar with a more attenuated snout and rounded rear is found nowhere else in the world. Both the Hispid Hare and the Pygmy Hog inhabit thatch- scrub and grassland and were thought extinct until rediscovered in 1971. Other mammals include Wild Buffalo, Indian Bison, Elephant, Rhino, Tiger, Hog Deer, Sambar, Barking Deer, Swamp Deer, Spotted Deer, Himalayan Bear, Wild Boar, Leopard, and Clouded Leopard etc.

Manas has survived decades of insurgency and it was recently re opened to visitors. But the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros has become extinct here and recently some rhinos are reintroduced. Consisting of grassland, dry and moist deciduous & also rain forests, Manas has an area of 520 sq km & with the Bhutanese govt. protecting the Bhutanese side of the jungle there is a stretch of about 3500 sq km of protected area on both sides of the border.

Manas has recorded 380 species or more birds.

Interesting Species: Swamp Francolin, Bengal Florican, Wreathed, Oriental Pied & Great Hornbills, Collared Falconet, Speckled Piculet, Rufous-vented Laughingthrush, Ashy Wood Pigeon, Thick-billed & Orange-breasted Green Pigeons,Pale-capped Pigeon,Barred Cuckoo Dove, Red-headed Trogon, Rosy Minivet, Sultan, Yellow-cheeked and Black-throated Tits, Rufous-vented Laughingthrush, Pied Harrier, Black Francolin, Bengal Bushlark, Chestnut-capped & Striated Babblers, White-tailed Nuthatch, Wallcreeper, Ashy-throated and Grey-hooded Warblers, Rufous-bellied Eagle, Grey and Savanna Nightjars, Ruddy Kingfisher etc.

Nameri National Park

Covering an area of 200 sq km Nameri National Park, located at the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas, is the best place to see the very rare & elusive White-winged Wood Duck. Nameri is a project tiger. The sparkling river Jia Bhoroli, which is ideal for rafting and angling, flows down by the National Park adding a unique charm to it. The habitat consists of tropical evergreen, semi evergreen, moist deciduous forests with cane and bamboo brakes and narrow strips of open grassland along rivers. Nameri along with adjacent Pakke & neighbouring Eaglenest Wild Life Sanctuaries of Western Arunachal protects about 1300 of great bio-diversity.

The park abounds in tiger, elephant, leopard, clouded leopard, Indian Bison, pangolin, Indian Wild Dog, civet cat, capped langur, jackel, sambar, barking deer etc.

Interesting Bird Species: Black-breasted Thrush, Collared Falconet, Ibisbill, Long-billed Plover, Giant, Rufous-necked & Wreathed Hornbills, Ruddy Kingfisher, White-winged Wood Duck, Wallcreeper, Kalij Pheasant, Green Cochoa, King Vulture, Pallas's Fish Eagle etc.

Orang National Park

With an area of 78.80, Orang is the last refuge of the Great Indian one horned rhinos on the northern side of the Brahmaputra river. Sixty percent of the park is grassland. The area is a flat land with few depressions. Numerous streams running north to south drain the area which ultimately join the Brahmaputra. The habitat is composed of Eastern Seasonal Swamp Forests, Eastern Himalayan Moist Deciduous Forests, Eastern wet Alluvial Grassland & Khair-Sisoo Forests.

Apart from the rhinos, other species of mammals include Royal Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Elephants, Hog Deer, Barking Deer, Sambar, Wild Boar, Leopard Cat, Hispid Hare, Porcupine etc.

Interesting Bird Species: Bengal Florican, Swamp Francolin, Jerdon's Bushchat, Pallas's Fish Eagle, Greater Spotted Eagle, Black-necked Stork, Kalij Pheasant, Greater & Lesser Adjutants, Pied Harrier, Great Hornbill, Thick-billed Warbler, White-Cheeked Partridge, King Vulture, Ferruginous Pochard, Finn's Weaver, Spot-billed Pelican etc.

Dibru-Saikhowa National Park

Dibru-Saikhowa N.P. Situated in the Dibrugarh & Tinsukia districts of Eastern Assam, is just 13 km. off Tinsukia town.

The 340 national park consisting of extensive grassland, swamp forest and shallow waterbodies is located in between the mighty Brahmaputra river and the Dibru river.

Famed for the feral horse the park also has mammals like Tiger, Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Elephant, Sambar, Slow Loris, Asiatic Water Buffalo, Capped Langur, Indian Wild Dog etc. One can see the Gangetic Dolphins in Dibru river.

Over 300 species of birds have been recorded.

Interesting Bird Species: Marsh Babbler, Jerdon's Babbler, Black-breasted Parrotbill, Rufous-vented or Swamp Prinia, Jerdon's Bushchat, Pale-capped Pigeon, White-tailed Rubythroat, Black-breasted Thrush, Yellow-bellied Prinia, Mountain Tailorbird, Smoky Warbler, Rosy Minivet, Green Magpie, Ferruginous Flycatcher, Spot-winged Starling, Red-headed Trogon, Sultan Tit, Ruby-cheeked Sunbird, Swamp Francolin, Blyth's Kingfisher, Bengal Florican, Pied Harrier etc.

Digboi Oilfield reserves

Digboi oil field nature reserves around the world's oldest operating oilfield in Eastern Assam harbour some interesting birds and mammals. This is the best place to see the Collared Treepie. You are also likely to see the Hoolock Gibbon here.

The list includes Oriental Hobby, White- cheeked Partridge, Grey Peacock Pheasant, Wreathed Hornbill, Blue-naped Pitta, Collared Treepie, Streaked and Spotted Wren Babblers, Chestnut-backed and Rufous-necked Laughing Thrushes, White-hooded Babbler, Pygmy Blue Flycatcher, White-spectacled and Grey-cheeked Warblers, Black-breasted Thrush, White-winged Wood Duck etc .

Guwahati and Deepor Beel Lake

Guwahati is the capital of Assam and hub to N.E. India. Beautifully located by the mighty Brahmaputra river, it has a recently declared Wild Life Sanctuary by name of Amchang WLS and 11 reserve forests making the city one of the few concentrations of human habitats in the world with such massive green cover along with wildlife.

The Amchang wildlife sanctuary comprises Amchang, South Amchang and Khanapara reserve forests, spread over 7,864 hectares.

The sanctuary has 44 species of mammals including elephants, leopards, wild dogs and bison. Among birds, it has the lesser and greater adjutant stork, hill myna, kalij pheasant and red jungle fowl amongst others, while the monitor lizard, cobra and the python make up the reptiles.

Guwahati is the best place to have a closer look at the Greater Adjutant Stork from amongst hundreds in a flock. The Greater Adjutant Stork is a highly endangered species. The world population is about 1000, out of which probably about 75% of the birds are found in Assam.

Deepor Beel Lake, a wild life sanctuary on the outskirt of the city near Assam Engineering College not far away from the airport, is a vast wetland having fluctuating depths of about 04 metres in the monsoons to about 01 metre in the winter. The lake with an area of 40 Sq. Km. is the only Ramsar site in Assam. It was declared a Ramsar site (Wetland of international importance) in 2002. 4.14 Sq. Km. area of the lake has water.

The surrounding agricultural field supports Bengal Bushlark, Ashy Woodswallow, Striated Grassbird, Bluethroat, Richard's and Blyth's Pipits etc. The lake has recorded interesting species like the wintering Ferruginous Pochard and Grey-headed Lapwing and the resident Watercock, Cinnamon Bittern, Fulvous Whistling-duck, Greater Painted Snipe, Greater and Lesser Adjutants amongst a host of other species.

Among the raptors Brahminy Kite, Pallas's Fish Eagle, White-backed and Long-billed Vultures, Himalayan Griffon, Marsh and Pied Harriers, Steppe, Booted, Spotted and Black Eagles are recorded.

Pobitora Wild Life Sanctuary

This small sanctuary of 38.81 sq km is known for having the world's highest density of one horned rhinoceros. The vegetation comprises of Assam Alluvial Grassland and hilly forests. The sanctuary is listed as an Important Bird Area.

As per an estimation in April, 2006 a total of 81 rhinos were sighted at Pobitora. The list of other mammals includes Leopard, Leopard cat, Fishing cat, Jungle cat, feral buffalo, Wild pig, Chinese pangolin etc. A total of 375 species of both resident and migratory birds of 46 families have been recorded so far with 14 listed in the Indian Red Data Book. Apart from these, 27 species of reptiles and 9 species of amphibians have been recorded. The wetlands of Pobitora also support a variety of fishes.

Namdapha National Park

Namdapha is one of the excellent National Parks in India located in the eastern end of Arunachal bordering Myanmar. Covering an area of about 2000, Namdapha is a Project Tiger and it is reputed for harbouring all the four big Himalayan cats:Tiger, Leopard, Clouded Leopard and Snow Leopard. With altitudes ranging from 200 mtr to over 4500 mtr (accessible up to 850 mtr), the park has a habitat of tropical, temperate & alpine forests.

Namdapha offers great biodiversity of flora and fauna. There are more than 150 timber species. It is the home of the 'Abies delavavi' & 'Pinus Merkusi', which are not found elsewhere in India. It is also home to a wide numbers of Orchids of which ' Blue Vanda' deserves special mention.

Besides, the Park abounds in Elephant, black beer, Indian bison, several species of deer, reptiles & a variety of arboreal animals apart from the hoolock gibbon --- the only ape species found in India.

Interesting Species: Ibisbill, Long- billed Plover, White-bellied Heron, Crested and Blyth's Kingfisher, Black-breasted Thrush, Slender-billed Scimitar-Babbler, Snowy throated Babbler, Rufous-necked Laughingthrush, Pale Blue Flycatcher, Large-billed Leaf Warbler, Lesser Fish Eagle, Sultan Tit, Beautiful Nuthatch, White-naped Yuhina, Great, Wreathed , Rufous-necked and Brown Hornbills, White-cheeked Partridge, Pale-headed Woodpecker, Blue-naped Pitta, Collared Treepie, Wedge-billed Wren Babbler, Greater and Lesser Rufous-headed Parrotbills, Chestnut-backed Laughingthrush, Rufous-throated Fulvetta, Green Cochoa, Dark-sided Thrush etc.

Pakke Wild Life Sanctuary

Pakke Project Tiger is a magnificent Wild Life Sanctuary in Western Arunachal. With an area of 862 & altitudinal variation of 100-2000m (accessible up to 300 m), it is contiguous with Eagle Nest WLS of Western Arunachal and Nameri National Park of Assam.

Low land evergreen forest, shingle banks, farmland, & plantations form the vegetation of Pakke.

Interesting Bird Species: Blue-naped Pitta, Crow-billed Drongo, Daurian Redstart, Emerald Cuckoo, Grey Peacock-pheasant, Ibisbill, Jerdon's Baza ,Lesser Shortwing, Leschenault's Forktail, Lesser Necklaced Laughing-thrush, Maroon Oriole, Pied Falconet , Ruby-cheeked Sunbird, Red-headed Trogon, Sultan Tit, White-bellied Yuhina, White-browed Shortwing , White-cheeked Hill-partridge, Wreathed and Great Hornbills, Yellow-bellied Flycatcher-warbler etc.

Eaglenest Wild Life Sanctuary

A magnificent wild life sanctuary, Eaglenest is located in the West Kameng district of Western Arunachal with an area of 218 & altitudinal variation of 500 m-3200 m from South to North. It is accessible up to its highest point though the motorable road stresses up to 2800 metres. This wild life sanctuary is accessible in the monsoons as well due to its location.

The vegetation consists of lowland evergreen forest, broad-leaved forest, bamboo, conifers, roadside scrub and farmland.

Interesting Bird Species: Ashy Wood-pigeon, Bay Woodpecker, Beautiful Nuthatch, Black-faced Laughing-thrush ,Blue-fronted Robin, Beavan's Bullfinch, Brown Bullfinch, Brown-throated Treecreeper, Common Hill-partridge, Coral-billed Scimitar-babbler, Crimson-breasted Pied-woodpecker, Eye-browed Thrush, Golden Bush-robin, Grey-chinned Minivet , Little Forktail, Pied Falconet, Pale-headed Woodpecker, Rufous-bellied Hawk-eagle, Rufous-necked Hornbill, Rufous-bellied Bulbul, Rufous-breasted Bush-robin, Scaly Laughing-thrush, Sultan Tit, Temminck's Tragopan, Wallcreeper, Chestnut-headed, Grey-bellied and Slaty-bellied Tesias etc.

Western Arunachal Unprotected Forest Areas

Spreading over two districts of Tawang and West Kameng in Western Arunachal, this area is not part of any protected forest area. Birding is done in the forests on the motorable roads, trekking routes passing through tiny hamlets & also trekking routes leading to monasteries especially in Tawang district where monasteries are traditionally located on the highest points of a particular area. The area having an altitude of 1500-4500 m has a vegetation of dry inner valleys, cultivation, temperate broad-leaved and conifer forests, scrub and alpine meadows.

Interesting species include : Alpine Accentor, Black-necked Crane , Blood Pheasant, Monal Pheasant, Satyr and Temminck's Tragopans, Long-billed Plover, Ward's Trogon, Eyebrowed Thrush, White-throated Redstart, Slender-billed Scimitar-babbler, Brown-throated Tit-Babbler/Fulvetta, Coal Tit, Rufous-bellied Tit, Rufous-fronted Tit, Eurasian Treecreeper, Fire-tailed Sunbird, Beavan's Bullfinch, Brown Bullfinch, White-winged Grosbeak, Red-billed Chough etc.

Dampa Wild Life Sanctuary (ProjectTiger)

Dampa Wild Life Sanctuary which is a Project Tiger is situated at the western part of Mizoram along the international border with Bangladesh at a distance of 127 Km from the capital of Aizawl.

It is situated at 920 13' 12' - 920 27' E and 230 32' 42' - 230 41' 36' N at an altitude of 200m - 2100m above sea level. Dampa consists of moist deciduous forest at lower reaches and evergreen and semi-evergreen forests with natural grassland at higher altitudes. It is the largest sanctuary of Mizoram notified in 1985 covering an area of 500 which later became a Project Tiger in 1994. The list of animals found in the area includes Tiger, Sloth Bear, Leopard, Elephants, Sambar, Barking Deer, Hoolock Gibbon, Giant Squirrel, Flying Squirrel, Wild Dog, Wild Pig, Porcupine, Slow Loris, Gaur, Leaf monkey, Capped langur, Rhesus macaque, and some species of small cats. So far 215 birds have been recorded here and an ardent birder is likely to find more.

Murlen National Park

Murlen National Park is located in the north east corner of Mizoram bordering Myanmar. It is 245 Km east of Aizawl at 230 32' - 230 42' N and 920 13' - 920 27' E. It is close to Chinhills of Myanmar.

Murlen covers an area of 150 and has an altitudinal variation of 400 meters to about 1900 meters above sea level. The Sub tropical, Semi evergreeen and Sub montane Forests of Murlen are home to a rich variety of Flora and Fauna. About 15 species of mammals, 150 species of birds, 35 species of Medicinal plants. 2 species of bamboos & 4 species of orchids so far have been recorded in this Park.

The list of animals include Tiger, Leopard, Himalayan Black Bear, Hoolock Gibbon, Sambar, Barking deer, Wild pig, Gaur, Serow, Goral etc.

Bird list: Crested Serpent Eagle, Wreathed hornbill, Great Hornbill, Brown Hornbill, Oriental Pied Hornbill, Mrs.Hume's Pheasant, Kalij Pheasant,White Crested Laughingthrush, Black-capped Kingfisher, White-rumped Vulture, Blyth's Tragopan, Grey-chinned Minivet, Blu-naped Pitta, Mountain Imperial Pigeon, Tree Sparrow, Bronzed Drongo, Spot-bellied Eagle Owl, Mountain Bulbul, Brown Wood- Owl, Spotted Forktail, Olive-backed Tree Pipit, White-throated Bulbul, Coral billed Scimitar Babbler, Thick-billed Green Pigeon, Black-capped Kingfisher, Ruddy Kingfisher, Lesser Adjutant Stork, Slaty-headed Parakeet, Black Bulbul, Ashy Wood Swallow, Brown-throated Tree Creeper, Black Eagle, Crested Serpent Eagle, Bar-tailed Cuckoo-Dove, Crested Honey Buzzard, Oriental Hobby, White-rumped Vulture, Peregrine Falcon, Red-whiskered Bulbul, Indian Lorikeet, Chestnut vented Nuthatch, Barn Owl, Bay Owl, Crested Finch-bill Bulbul, Black-crested Yellow Bulbul , Golden backed Woodpecker, Great Slaty Woodpecker, Red-eared Bay Woodpecker, Brown Fish Owl, Chestnut Tailed Starling, Great Eared Nightjar, Large-tailed Nightjar , Striated Bulbul, Fairy Bluebird, Bamboo Partridge, Khalij Pheasant, Pompadour Green Pigeon, Asian paradise-flycatcher, Rose-ringed Parakeet, Sultan Tit, Scaly breasted Wren Babbler, Slender-billed Oriole, Red-rumped Swallow, Broad-bill Roller, Grey Peacock Pheasant, Scarlet Finch , Oriental Turtle Dove, Green-billed Malkoha, Little Spider Hunter, Grey-chinned Minivet, Grey Tree Pie etc.

Nokrek National Park

Nokrek National Park ((2520'-2529'N 9013'-9035'E) is just two kilometers away from the Tura peak and is located in the Garo Hills of Meghalaya, spread over parts of three districts, namely, West Garo Hills, East Garo Hills and South Garo Hills.

It is one of the biggest biosphere reserves of India. This national park is home to various species of reptiles and invertebrates. The Nokrek national park is also famous for the natural limestone caves. Smoky Leopard, Tiger, Wild Buffaloes, elephants, hoolock gibbon and different species of Wild cats dominate the Park. Nokrek was declared as a national park in 1997, covering an area of 47.48 sq km. The park area acts as the core area of Nokrek Biosphere Reserve covering a total area of 820 sq km.

Teeming with wild life, Nokrek hill is the home to a very rare species of citrus locally known as Memang Narang, orange of the spirits. This Memang Narang is considered to be the most primitive and progenitor of all other varieties of citrus plants in the world. With a view to preserve this rare species of citrus indica, the first Gene Sanctuary of the world has been established here.

Nokrek is also believed to be the home of Mande Burung (jungle man or ape man) and reported cases of sightings abound in and around the villages of Nokrek.

Birdlist: Black stork, Ashy minivet, Crested Serpent Eagle, Wreathed hornbill, Great Hornbill, Grey-chinned Minivet, Blu-naped Pitta, Mountain Imperial Pigeon, Tree Sparrow, Bronzed Drongo, Spot-bellied Eagle Owl, Mountain Bulbul, Brown Wood- Owl, Spotted Forktail, Olive-backed Tree Pipit, White-throated Bulbul, Coral billed Scimitar Babbler, Thick-billed Green Pigeon, Black-capped Kingfisher, Ruddy Kingfisher, Lesser Adjutant Stork, Slaty-headed Parakeet, Black Bulbul, Ashy Wood Swallow, Brown-throated Tree Creeper, Black Eagle, Crested Serpent Eagle, Bar-tailed Cuckoo-Dove, Crested Honey Buzzard, Oriental Hobby, White-rumped Vulture, Peregrine Falcon, Red-whiskered Bulbul, Indian Lorikeet, Chestnut vented Nuthatch, Barn Owl, Bay Owl, Crested Finch-bill Bulbul, Black-crested Yellow Bulbul , Golden backed Woodpecker, Great Slaty Woodpecker, Red-eared Bay Woodpecker, Brown Fish Owl, Chestnut Tailed Starling, Great Eared Nightjar etc.

Balpakram National Park

The Balpakram National Park is located to the extreme South Garo Hills of Meghalaya at a distance of 167 km away from Tura, the district headquarter of west Garo Hills district and 90 km from Baghmara, the district headquarters of South Garo Hills. This pocket of pristine beauty named Balpakram National Park is also close to the international boundary of Bangladesh.

Balpakram, which was declared a National Park in 1987, is the land of scenic beauty, lying at an altitude of nearly 3000 ft above sea level covering an area of 220 sq km. It is a vast tableland of dense forest, teeming with wild life, undoubtedly one of the richest spot in biodiversity in the country. It has varied types of floral and faunal compositions. Elephants and Tigers are the flagship of the park. It is home to one of the rarest animals in the world - the Lesser Panda or the Red Panda as it is commonly known. Hoolock Gibbons, the only ape species found in India can be seen here. Other animals found in the park are black bear, sambar, barking deer, serow, gaur, wild buffalo, leopard, clouded leopard, golden cat, malay bear, binturang, slow loris, wild dog, flying squirrel, wild pig, hedgehog etc. Among the plants very rare species like the Pitcher Plants (Nepenthes Khasiana), orchids and Drosera flourish abundantly which often attract wildlife biologists and researchers.

The western part of the park adjoins with Siju bird sanctuary along the banks of Simsang river.

The literal meaning of Balpakram is the "land of perpetual winds". There is a great precipice or deep gorge in Balpakram and is popularly compared to the Grand Canyon of U.S.A. It is believed that here, the spirits of the dead dwell temporarily before embarking on the final journey. Balpakram is sacred to the local Garo tribe as the abode of the dead spirits. The Garos are deeply spiritual and believe in myths as interesting and awe-some as the Greek mythologies. In support of their beliefs, Balpakram has many mysterious and unnatural phenomena that cannot be satisfactorily explained by modern science and logic. Some of these mysterious sites are Boldak matchu karam, Chidimak, Matchru, Areng patal, Goncho Dare, Dikkini ring, Rongsaljong Agal, Rongsobok Rongkol.rie

Balpakram is also an Important Bird Area. Over 270 bird species have been recorded in the area.

Birdlist: Grey Peacock Pheasant, Blyth's Kingfisher, Bay Woodpecker ,Black & Jerdon's Baza, Asian Emerald Cuckoo, Chestnut-winged Cuckoo, Mountain Bamboo & White-Cheeked Partridge, Dusky & Eastern-Crowned Warbler, Olive Bulbul, Eye-Browed Wren-Babbler, Crested Finchbill, White-winged Duck, Chestnut-fronted Shrike-babbler, Tawny-breasted Wren-babbler (Spelaeornis longicaudatus-rare & endemic), Flavescent Bulbul, Collared Pigmy Owlet, Baya Weaver, Brown Hornbill, Great Hornbill, Oriental Pied Hornbill , Wreathed Hornbill, Grey-chinned Minivet, Blu-naped Pitta, Mountain Imperial Pigeon, Tree Sparrow, Bronzed Drongo, Striped Laughingthrush, Greater necklaced Laughingthrush, Common Iora, Lesser necklaced Laughingthrush, Striated Laughingthrush, White crested Laughingthrush ,Oriental Turtle Dove, White bellied Yuhina, etc.

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