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Bird Watching


Bird Watching

Thinking of Nepal you think of Gurkhas, Sherpas and Mt. Everest but Nepal is also home to over 900 species of birds ( almost 10% of world's bird population) including the rare and endangered species such as the gaint Hornbill and Bengal florican. and that's what attracts hunderdes of bird lovers each year .Nepal boasts more than 850 species of birds, and a surprisingly large number of these birds can be spotted in the Kathmandu valley alone. The hills around the valley especially Nagarjun, Godavari and Phulchowki are popular birding areas and the Tauda lake on the way to Dakshinkali is fabulous for watching migratory water fowl during the winter months. In the higher Himalayan regions are found the raptors and birds of prey of which there are numerous species. The various national parks like Chitwan and Bardia harbor a wide variety of birds.

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The Shivapuri National Park, 14 km north of Kathmandu main city, Shivapuri . . .