The Buddhist principles of living in harmony with nature from the cornerstone of the government’s conservation policies, which has declared more than 26 percent of the country’s landmass as protected areas and national parks.Considering her size, Bhutan has the most diverse eco system at least in Asia and has been recognized as one of the 10 global biodiversity hotspots in the world in terms of ecological biodiversity within a given land area.

Birders and ornithologists, who have come to this hidden paradise, to experience its astonishing variety of avian species, 702 on last count, are familiar with Bhutan birding tour.

Our trained and experienced local field guides have garnered reputation of being amongst the best in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. As keen birders themselves

 

The following is a comprehensive list of the endangered birds of Bhutan:

 

1. Baer’s Pochard
2. Beautiful Nuthatch
3. Black-necked Stork
4. Blackish-breasted Babbler
5. Blyth’s Kingfisher
6. Chestnut-breasted Partridge
7. Dark-rumped Swift
8. Eurasian Curlew
9. Eurasian Peregrine Falcon
10. Ferruginous Duck
11. Gray-crowned Prinia
12. Great Hornbill
13. Lesser Fish-eagle
14. Palla’s Fish-eagle
15. Pallid Harrier
16. Rufous-necked Hornbill
17. Rufous-throated Wren-babbler
18. Satyr Tragopan
19. Ward’s Trogon
20. White-rumped Vulture
21. White-throated Bushcat
22. Woodsnipe
23. Yellow-rumped Honeyguide
24. Black-necked Crane
25. Imperial Heron
26. White-bellied Heron

Brief Itinerary