Bird Watching in Pokhara

A slow gentle trail through the Annapurna Conservation Area Project, home to roughly 400 species of birds, migratory and non-migratory, breeding and non-breeding. During the spring we can see a variety of migratory and breeding birds. This trek has been designed to maximise bird-watching time whilst enjoying the beautiful scenery of the area - pine, spruce and rhododendron forest, rivers hills and terraces. Birds we may see include bessa, red-thighed falconet, pale harriers, forksails, many different laughing thrush, hill partridge, warblers, green magpie, yellow and red billed magpie, maroon oriole, white and grey bulbuls, flycatchers, bearded vultures, griffon vultures, Himalayan griffon, black eagle, golden eagle, woodpeckers, re-vented bulbul, kestrels, falcons, flower-peckers, swallows, swifts, blackbirds and sunbirds. Bird watchers should bring their own binoculars.

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