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Bhutan Bird Watching Tour

16 days 15 nights

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On this tour, we provide you with an exciting, enjoyable, professionally organized birds watching experience, to beautiful destinations and breathtaking scenery. Remote Asia Travel promises to satisfy the needs of all the birders with this tour. Our guides experienced in birding will take great pleasure in guiding you in right direction. We always take great pleasure in guiding new birders.

On the bird watching tours in Bhutan you are certain to see birds in plenty as we travel around the country. Bhutan has a forest coverage of over 70% which houses to over 600 species of birds.

Bhutan is fabulous destination for bird watchers more than most other countries, which fires the enthusiasm of all who have visited it and leaves almost everyone with a sense of privilege and a desire to return


Brief itinerary


Day 01: Arrival (D)

Day 02: Thimphu - Punakha (B/L/D)

Day 03: Punakha (B/L/D)

Day 04: Punakha - Gangtey (B/L/D)

Day 05: Gangtey - Trongsa (B/L/D)

Day 06 - 07: Trongsa - Shemgang (B/L/D)

Day 08: Shemgang -  Bumthang (B/L/D)

Day 09: Bumthang – Sengor (B/L/D)

Days 10-11: Sengor - Lingimithang (B/L/D)

Day 12: Lingmithang - Tashigang (B/L/D)

Day 13: Tashigang - Narphung (B/L/D)

Day 14: Narphung - Deothang (B/L/D)

Day 15: Deothang - Samdrup Jongkhar (B/L/D)

Day 16: Departure (B)


Day to day itinerary


View the list of Birds in Bhutan 


Day 01: Arrival (D)

Catch an early morning flight to Paro, Bhutan’s only airport. your route parallels the mighty Himalayan mountain chain and if the weather is good we should see Mount Everest. After clearing immigration we’ll drive east through an enchanting valley with its gaily-decorated shingle-roofed houses and willow-fringed river. Red-billed Choughs are quite common in this valley and as we head east we’ll stop to search for Ibisbill and Brown Dipper. With luck we might encounter a regional speciality such as Rufous-fronted Tit. We’ll spend the night in Thimphu, Bhutan’s delightful capital.


Overnight: hotel in Thimphu


Day 02: Thimphu - Punakha (B/L/D)

We’ll head east out of Thimphu, up onto the western slopes of the Dochu La, the first of a series of high altitude road passes that we’ll explore. Entering the pristine mixed forests of hemlock, fir, oak, blossoming magnolias, and rhododendrons we should see a wealth of birds including some species-rich feeding flocks. Quarrelsome Nutcrackers are common and past highlights have included a skulking Hill Partridge, a Satyr Tragopan, a Golden Bush Robin, an immaculate Cutia, a Brown Parrotbill and even the gorgeous Fire-tailed Myzornis. Most of our birding on this tour will be from the roads, which are well paved and almost lacking in traffic. Today however, we’ll venture off road on to a trail that enables us to explore the forest more thoroughly. On several recent tours we’ve even managed to have excellent views of Ward’s Trogon, one of Bhutan’s premier avian prizes.


Overnight: Camp in Punakha


Day 03: Punakha (B/L/D)

Today, we’ll explore the braided channels of the Mo Chhu river and the bird-rich sub-tropical forests it contains. Our route will take us past the spectacular Punakha Dzong (a fortress and monastery combined). We should see an impressive array of species here, and sometimes we see a White-bellied Heron, one of Bhutan’s rarest birds. We’re sure to encounter several parties of brightly coloured minivets, noisy Striated Laughingthrushes and may also see more Ibisbills. A whole host of forest species such as Bay Woodpecker, Red-headed Trogon, and Wedge-tailed Pigeon, wait to be discovered. Fire-capped Tit breeds here, as does White-gorgeted Flycatcher and the rare Yellow-vented Warbler. We’ll also search for a variety of skulkers including Lesser Shortwing, Spotted and Pygmy Wren-Babblers and two of the three species of tesia.


Overnight: Camp in Punakha


Day 04: Punakha - Gangtey (B/L/D)

Continuing east, past Wangdi Dzong (another monastery and fortress combined), we’ll make a series of brief stops to scan the braided river channel.We’ll also check forest edges and explore some of the small patches of cultivation. We’ll enter productive forest near the end of our journey and will stop here to look for species such as Blood Pheasant, Satyr Tragopan and the majestic Himalayan Monal. Spotted Laughingthrush, Yellowish-bellied Bush-Warbler, Rusty-flanked Treecreeper, White-browed Bush Robin and White-winged Grosbeak also occur here


Overnight: hotel in Gangtey


Day 05: Gangtey - Trongsa (B/L/D)

Leaving Gangtey we’ll follow the twisting road up over the Pele La pass and into ‘Central Bhutan’. A stand of ringal bamboo extends for about three miles below the pass and we’ll search here for specialities such as Great and Brown Parrotbills, and Golden-breasted Fulvetta, surely one of the world’s most attractive passerines.


Overnight: Hotel in Trongsa.


Day 06 - 07: Trongsa - Shemgang (B/L/D)

From Trongsa we’ll head south to our first camp site near Zhemgang. Our main target at the start of our journey is the rare and little-known Yellow-rumped Honeyguide, but we should also see a number of other species, perhaps including Fire-capped Tit, Large Niltava, and Russet Bush Warbler. The entire length of this spectacularly forested valley is also a good area for the endangered Golden Langur monkey. We’ve seen Beautiful Nuthatch at a couple of sites on this road and will spend time searching for this magnificent bird. Our camp site, right in the heart of some superb forest, is at one of the lowest altitudes that we will visit in Bhutan and species seen here on recent tours include Chestnut-breasted Partridge, Violet Cuckoo, Pin-tailed Green Pigeon, Rufous-necked Hornbill and Cutia. Rufous-faced Warbler is also quite common here. We also stand a further chance of encountering the rare White-bellied Heron. We’ll spend two nights here camping in modern, walk-in, spacious tents and sleeping on comfortable camp beds all erected for us by our Bhutanese crew.


Overnight: Camp at Shemgang


Day 08: Shemgang -  Bumthang (B/L/D)

Retracing our route we’ll head back north through Trongsa before climbing over a bamboo-thronged pass into the first of the four Bumthang Valleys. The scenery suddenly changes to broad grassy valleys and rolling hillsides covered in spruce and fir and the avifauna changes equally abruptly. Nutcrackers can be common, though we’ll have to spend a little more time searching for the region’s real specialities – Slender-billed Scimitar Babbler, Fulvous, Brown and Great Parrotbills, White-browed and Rufous-breasted Bush Robins and Dark-rumped Rosefinch.

Overnight: hotel in Bumthang.


Day 09: Bumthang – Sengor (B/L/D)

 We’ll start early today, continuing our circuit east and searching for pheasants which could include Monal, Satyr Tragopan and Blood Pheasant. We will climb, and eventually cross, the Thrumsing La, which at 12,465ft is Bhutan’s highest road pass. The road then plunges dramatically down into rich semi-tropical rainforest and we find ourselves on the Lingmethang road, perhaps Asia’s premier birding road. Many of Bhutan’s most sought-after birds can be found here including Chestnut-breasted Partridge, Ward’s Trogon, the majestic Rufous-necked Hornbill, Blue-naped Pitta, Blue-fronted Robin, and Sikkim Wedge-billed, Long-billed and Bar-winged Wren-Babblers. Accommodation nearby is spartan, so we’ve opted to camp again, spending four more night under canvas.

Overnight: Camp at Sengor


Days 10-11: Sengor - Lingimithang (B/L/D)

We’ll spend these days exploring the fabulous, lush primary forests near Linmethang in search of the area’s specialities. We’re sure to see many new birds, and while not all of these are rare, many of them, such as Slender-billed and Coral-billed Scimitar-Babblers, Scaly and Blue-winged Laughingthrushes, Greater Rufous-headed Parrotbill, Broad-billed Warbler, White-naped Yuhina, and Rufous-throated Wren-Babbler are poorly known and unfamiliar to most birders.

Overnight: Camp at Lingmithang


Day 12: Lingmithang - Tashigang (B/L/D)

Leaving our campsite we’ll continue our journey east to near Trashigang, a small town in northeastern Bhutan. We’ll spend the night camping at a site where we’ve regularly seen Black-tailed Crake.

Overnight: Camp in Tashigang


Day 13: Tashigang - Narphung (B/L/D)

We’ll wind our way south en route to our next base in southeastern Bhutan. Our journey takes us through a series of villages and we’ll stop to view an ornate Buddhist temple, before continuing over several forest-covered passes and down equally spectacular river valleys. Easternmost Bhutan is poorly known ornithologically and we’ll make several exploratory birding stops amid superb forests near Narphung before we reach our camp. In the past we’ve seen rarities such Grey-sided Laughingthrush and Ward’s Trogon on this journey.

Overnight: Camp at Narphung


Day 14: Narphung - Deothang (B/L/D)

Our campsite near Narphung is in the heart of prime mid-altitude forest and provides us with opportunities to study the birds of this rich biotope. We’ll spend the entire day birding in the forests between Worong and Dewothang, having breakfast and lunch in the field. We expect to arrive at Samdrup Jongkhar, our base for the following two nights, in the early evening. Today’s target species will include Mountain Imperial Pigeons, Dark-rumped Swift, Long-tailed Broadbill, Rufous-necked Laughingthrush and we stand another chance of encountering the enigmatic Beautiful Nuthatch.

Overnight: Camp at Deothang  


Day 15: Deothang - Samdrup Jongkhar (B/L/D)

We’ll explore the forested hill slopes around Samdrup Jongkhar, a bustling border town lying at the junction of the Himalayas and the Brahmaputra flood plain. Here we may find species such as Grey Peacock Pheasant, Jerdon’s Baza, Pied Falconet, Dark-rumped Swift, Wreathed Hornbill, Whistling Hawk-Cuckoo, Pin-tailed Green-Pigeon, Violet Cuckoo, and Sultan Tit.

Overnight: hotel in Samdrup Jongkhar.


Day 16: Departure (B)

After breakfast, you will be taken to the Airport in Gauhati for your onward flight.


Our trip includes

  • English speaking guide
  • Accommodation as indicated
  • Meals as indicated
  • Transfer and pickup airport
  • Transportation by car or minivan
  • One way train ticket
  • Domestic flights
  • Tour as indicated
  • Entrance fee


Our trip excludes

  • International flights
  • Visa & visa arrangement
  • Meals not indicated
  • Drinking water, soft drink and alcohol
  • Tips & personal expenses


Prices contact



List of some of the birds found in Bhutan.


1.Hill Partridge

Arborophila torqueola

2.Rufous-throated Partridge

Arborophila rufogularis

3.Chestnut-breasted Partridge

Arborophila mandellii

4.Blood Pheasant

Ithaginis cruentus

5.Satyr Tragopan

Tragopan satyra

6.Himalayan Monal

Lophophorus impejanus

7.Red Junglefowl

Gallus gallus

8.Kalij Pheasant

Lophura leucomelanos

9.Grey Peacock Pheasant

Polyplectron bicalcaratum

10.Lesser Whistling-duck

Dendrocygna javanica

11.Ruddy Shelduck

Tadorna ferruginea


Anas strepera

13.Eurasian Wigeon

Anas penelope


Anas platyrhynchos

15.Northern Pintail

Anas acuta

16.Common Teal

Anas crecca

17.Red-crested Pochard

Netta rufina

18.Tufted Duck

Aythya fuligula

19.Yellow-rumped Honeyguide

Indicator xanthonotus

20.Speckled Piculet

Picumnus innominatus

21.Grey-capped Woodpecker

Dendrocopos canicapillus

22.Rufous-bellied Woodpecker

Dendrocopos hyperythrus

23.Crimson-breasted Woodpecker

Dendrocopos cathpharius

24. Darjeeling Woodpecker

Dendrocopos darjellensis

25.Rufous Woodpecker

Celeus brachyurus

26.Lesser Yellownape

Picus chlorolophus

27.Greater Yellownape

Picus flavinucha

28.Grey-headed Woodpecker

Picus canus

29.Black-rumped Flameback

Dinopium benghalense

30.Greater Flameback

Chrysocolaptes lucidus

31.Pale-headed Woodpecker

Gecinulus grantia

32.Bay Woodpecker

Blythipicus pyrrhotis

33.Great Barbet

Megalaima virens

34.Golden-throated Barbet

Megalaima franklinii

35.Blue-throated Barbet

Megalaima asiatica

36.Oriental Pied Hornbill

Anthracoceros albirostris

37.Great Hornbill

Buceros bicornis

38.Rufous-necked Hornbill

Aceros nipalensis

39.Wreathed Hornbill

Aceros undulatus

40.Common Hoopoe

Upupa epops

41.Red-headed Trogon

Harpactes erythrocephalus

42.Ward’s Trogon

Harpactes wardi


Eurystomus orientalis

44.Common Kingfisher

Alcedo atthis

45.White-throated Kingfisher

Halcyon smyrnensis

46.Crested Kingfisher

Megaceryle lugubris

47.Blue-bearded Bee-eater

Nyctyornis athertoni

48.Blue-tailed Bee-eater

Merops philippinus

49.Large Hawk Cuckoo

Cuculus sparverioides

50.Whistling Hawk Cuckoo*

Hierococcyx nisicolor

51.Eurasian Cuckoo

Cuculus canorus

52.Oriental Cuckoo

Cuculus saturatus

53.Plaintive Cuckoo

Cacomantis merulinus

54.Asian Emerald Cuckoo

Chrysococcyx maculatus

55.Square-tailed Drongo Cuckoo

Surniculus lugubris

56.Asian Koel

Eudynamys scolopacea

57.Rose-ringed Parakeet

Psittacula krameri

58.Himalayan Swiftlet

Collocalia brevirostris

59.White-throated Needletail

Hirundapus caudacutus

60.Asian Palm Swift

Cypsiurus balasiensis

61.Fork-tailed Swift

Apus pacificus

62.Dark-rumped Swift

Apus acuticauda

63.Little Swift

Apus affinis

64.Mountain Scops Owl

Otus spilocephalus

65.Collared Scops Owl

Otus bakkamoena

66.Collared Owlet

Glaucidium brodiei

67.Asian Barred Owlet

Glaucidium cuculoides

68.Grey Nightjar

Caprimulgus indicus

69.Rock Pigeon

Columba livia

70.Snow Pigeon

Columba leuconota

71.Speckled Wood Pigeon

Columba hodgsonii

72.Oriental Turtle Dove

Streptopelia orientalis

73.Spotted Dove

Streptopelia chinensis

74.Red Collared Dove

Streptopelia tranquebarica

75.Barred Cuckoo Dove

Macropygia unchall

76.Emerald Dove

Chalcophaps indica

77.Pin-tailed Green Pigeon

Treron apicauda

78.Wedge-tailed Green Pigeon

Treron sphenura

79.Mountain Imperial Pigeon

Ducula badia

80.Black-tailed Crake

Porzana bicolor

81.Common Moorhen

Gallinula chloropus

82.Common Greenshank

Tringa nebularia

83.Green Sandpiper

Tringa ochropus

84.Wood Sandpiper

Tringa glareola

85.Common Sandpiper

Actitis hypoleucos

86.Bronze-winged Jacana

Metopidius indicus


Ibidorhyncha struthersii

88.Pacific Golden Plover

Pluvialis fulva

89.Little Ringed Plover

Charadrius dubius

90.River Lapwing

Vanellus duvaucelii

91.Red-wattled Lapwing

Vanellus indicus

92.Brown-headed Gull

Larus brunnicephalus

93.Pied Falconet

Microhierax melanoleucos

94.Jerdon’s Baza

Aviceda jerdoni

95.Oriental Honey-Buzzard

Pernis ptilorhynchus

96.Black Kite

Milvus migrans

97.Himalayan Griffon

Gyps himalayensis

98.Crested Serpent Eagle

Spilornis cheela

99.Hen Harrier

Circus cyaneus

100.Pied Harrier

Circus melanoleucos

101.Crested Goshawk

Accipiter trivirgatus


Accipiter virgatus

103.Eurasian Sparrowhawk

Accipiter nisus

104.Himalayan Buzzard*

Buteo burmanicus

105.Long-legged Buzzard

Buteo rufinus

106.Black Eagle

Ictinaetus malayensis

107.Steppe Eagle

Aquila nipalensis

108.Booted Eagle

Hieraaetus pennatus

109.Rufous-bellied Eagle

Hieraaetus kienerii

110.Mountain Hawk Eagle

Spizaetus nipalensis

111.Common Kestrel

Falco tinnunculus

112.Eurasian Hobby

Falco subbuteo

113.Peregrine Falcon ‘Shaheen’

Falco peregrinus peregrinator

114.Great Crested Grebe

Podiceps cristatus

115.Little Cormorant

Phalacrocorax niger

116.Great Cormorant

Phalacrocorax carbo

117.Little Egret

Egretta garzetta

118.Purple Heron

Ardea purpurea

119.Great Egret

Casmerodius albus

120.Intermediate Egret

Mesophoyx intermedia

121.Eastern Cattle Egret

Bubulcus coromandus

122.Indian Pond Heron

Ardeola grayii

123.Lesser Adjutant

Leptoptilos javanicus

124.Greater Adjutant

Leptoptilos dubius

125.Asian Openbill Stork

Anastomus oscitans

126.Blue-naped Pitta

Pitta nipalensis

127.Long-tailed Broadbill

Psarisomus dalhousiae

128.Golden-fronted Leafbird

Chloropsis aurifrons

129.Orange-bellied Leafbird

Chloropsis hardwickii

130.Long-tailed Shrike

Lanius schach tricolor

131.Grey-backed Shrike

Lanius tephronotus

132.Eurasian Jay

Garrulus glandarius

133.Yellow-billed Blue Magpie

Urocissa flavirostris

134.Common Green Magpie

Cissa chinensis

135.Rufous Treepie

Dendrocitta vagabunda

136.Grey Treepie

Dendrocitta formosae

137.Black-billed Magpie

Pica pica

138.Spotted Nutcracker

Nucifraga caryocatactes

139.Red-billed Chough

Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax

140.House Crow

Corvus splendens

141.Large-billed Crow

Corvus[macrorhynchos] japonensis

142.Eastern Jungle Crow

Corvus [macrorhynchos] levaillantii

143.Slender-billed Oriole

Oriolus tenuirostris

144.Black-hooded Oriole

Oriolus xanthornus

145.Maroon Oriole

Oriolus traillii

146.Asian Fairy Bluebird

Irena puella

147.Black-winged Cuckooshrike

Coracina melaschistos

148.Grey-chinned Minivet

Pericrocotus solaris

149.Long-tailed Minivet

Pericrocotus ethologus

150.Short-billed Minivet

Pericrocotus brevirostris

151.Scarlet Minivet

Pericrocotus flammeus

152.Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrike

Hemipus picatus

153.Yellow-bellied Fantail

Rhipidura hypoxantha

154.White-throated Fantail

Rhipidura albicollis

155.Black Drongo

Dicrurus macrocercus

156.Ashy Drongo

Dicrurus leucophaeus

157.Bronzed Drongo

Dicrurus aeneus

158.Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo

Dicrurus remifer

159.Hair-crested Drongo

Dicrurus hottentottus

160.Greater Racket-tailed Drongo

Dicrurus paradiseus

161.Common Iora

Aegithina tiphia

162.Brown Dipper

Cinclus pallasii

163.Blue-capped Rock Thrush

Monticola cinclorhynchus

164.Chestnut-bellied Rock Thrush

Monticola rufiventris

165.Blue Rock Thrush

Monticola solitarius

166.Blue Whistling Thrush

Myophonus caeruleus

167.Plain-backed Thrush

Zoothera mollissima

168.White-collared Blackbird

Turdus albocinctus

169.Grey-winged Blackbird

Turdus boulboul

170.Lesser Shortwing

Brachypteryx leucophrys

171.Rufous-gorgeted Flycatcher

Ficedula strophiata

172.Red-throated Flycatcher*

Ficedula albicilla

173.White-gorgeted Flycatcher

Ficedula monileger

174.Little Pied Flycatcher

Ficedula westermanni

175.Ultramarine Flycatcher

Ficedula superciliaris

176.Slaty-blue Flycatcher

Ficedula tricolor

177.Verditer Flycatcher

Eumyias thalassina

178.Large Niltava

Niltava grandis

179.Small Niltava

Niltava macgrigoriae

180.Rufous-bellied Niltava

Niltava sundara

181.Pale Blue Flycatcher

Cyornis unicolor

182.Blue-throated Flycatcher

Cyornis rubeculoides

183.Pygmy Blue Flycatcher

Muscicapella hodgsoni

184.Grey-headed Canary Flycatcher

Culicicapa ceylonensis

185.Himalayan Orange-flanked Bush Robin*

Tarsiger rufilatus

186.Golden Bush Robin

Tarsiger chrysaeus

187.White-browed Bush Robin

Tarsiger indicus

188.Oriental Magpie Robin

Copsychus saularis

189.Hodgson’s Redstart

Phoenicurus hodgsoni

190.Blue-fronted Redstart

Phoenicurus frontalis

191.White-capped Water Redstart

Chaimarrornis leucocephalus

192.Plumbeous Water Redstart

Rhyacornis fuliginosus

193.White-tailed Robin

Myiomela leucura

194.Little Forktail

Enicurus scouleri

195.Slaty-backed Forktail

Enicurus schistaceus

196.Spotted Forktail

Enicurus maculatus

197.Common Stonechat

Saxicola torquata

198.Grey Bushchat

Saxicola ferrea

199.Chestnut-tailed Starling

Sturnus malabaricus

200.Asian Pied Starling

Sturnus contra

201.Common Myna

Acridotheres tristis

202.Bank Myna

Acridotheres ginginianus

203.Jungle Myna

Acridotheres fuscus

204.White-vented Myna

Acridotheres grandis

205.Hill Myna

Gracula religiosa

206.Chestnut-bellied Nuthatch

Sitta castanea

207.White-tailed Nuthatch

Sitta himalayensis

208.Beautiful Nuthatch

Sitta formosa


Tichodroma muraria

210.Rusty-flanked Treecreeper

Certhia nipalensis

211.Brown-throated Treecreeper

Certhia discolor

212.Winter Wren

Troglodytes troglodytes

213.Rufous-vented Tit

Parus rubidiventris

214.Coal Tit

Parus ater

215.Grey-crested Tit

Parus dichrous

216.Green-backed Tit

Parus monticolus

217.Yellow-cheeked Tit

Parus spilonotus

218.Yellow-browed Tit

Sylviparus modestus

219.Sultan Tit

Melanochlora sultanea

220.Black-throated Tit

Aegithalos concinnus

221.Rufous-fronted Tit

Aegithalos iouschistos

222.Grey-throated Martin*

Riparia chinensis

223.Barn Swallow

Hirundo rustica

224.Red-rumped Swallow

Hirundo daurica

225.Striated Swallow

Hirundo striolata

226.Asian House Martin

Delichon dasypus

227.Nepal House Martin

Delichon nipalensis

228.Ashy Woodswallow

Artamus fuscus


Regulus regulus

230.Striated Bulbul

Pycnonotus striatus

231.Black-crested Bulbul*

Pycnonotus flaviventris

232.Red-whiskered Bulbul

Pycnonotus jocosus

233.Himalayan Bulbul

Pycnonotus leucogenys

234.Red-vented Bulbul

Pycnonotus cafer

235.White-throated Bulbul

Alophoixus flaveolus

236.Ashy Bulbul

Hemixos flavala

237.Mountain Bulbul

Hypsipetes mcclellandii

238.Himalayan Black Bulbul*

Hypsipetes leucocephalus

239.Zitting Cisticola

Cisticola juncidis

240.Striated Prinia

Prinia criniger

241.Black-throated Prinia*

Prinia atrogularis

242.Rufescent Prinia

Prinia rufescens

243.Oriental White-eye

Zosterops palpebrosus

244.Chestnut-headed Tesia

Tesia castaneocoronata

245.Slaty-bellied Tesia

Tesia olivea

246.Grey-bellied Tesia

Tesia cyaniventer

247.Brownish-flanked Bush Warbler

Cettia fortipes

248.Hume’s Bush Warbler*

Cettia brunnescens

249.Grey-sided Bush Warbler

Cettia brunnifrons

250.Russet Bush Warbler

Bradypterus mandelli

251.Mountain Tailorbird

Orthotomus cuculatus

252.Common Tailorbird

Orthotomus sutorius

253.Dusky Warbler

Phylloscopus fuscatus

254.Ashy-throated Warbler

Phylloscopus maculipennis

255.Lemon-rumped Warbler

Phylloscopus chloronotus

256.Yellow-browed Warbler

Phylloscopus inornatus

257.Blyth’s Leaf Warbler

Phylloscopus reguloides

258.Yellow-vented Warbler

Phylloscopus cantator

259.Whistler’s Warbler

Seicercus whistleri

260.Grey-hooded Warbler

Phylloscopus xanthoschistos

261.White-spectacled Warbler

Seicercus affinis

262.Grey-cheeked Warbler

Seicercus poliogenys

263.Chestnut-crowned Warbler

Seicercus castaniceps

264.Broad-billed Warbler

Tickellia hodgsoni

265.Rufous-faced Warbler

Abroscopus albogularis

266.Black-faced Warbler

Abroscopus schisticeps

267.Yellow-bellied Warbler

Abroscopus superciliaris

268.Striated Grassbird

Megalurus palustris

269.White-throated Laughingthrush

Garrulax albogularis

270.White-crested Laughingthrush

Garrulax leucolophus

271.Striated Laughingthrush

Garrulax striatus

272.Spotted Laughingthrush

Garrulax ocellatus

273.Grey-sided Laughingthrush

Garrulax caerulatus

274.Bhutan Laughingthrush*

Garrulax imbricatus

275.Blue-winged Laughingthrush

Garrulax squamatus

276.Scaly Laughingthrush

Garrulax subunicolor

277.Black-faced Laughingthrush

Garrulax affinis

278.Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush

Garrulax erythrocephalus

279.Red-faced Liocichla

Liocichla phoenicea

280.Rusty-cheeked Scimitar Babbler

Pomatorhinus erythrogenys

281.Streak-breasted Scimitar Babbler

Pomatorhinus ruficollis

282.Slender-billed Scimitar Babbler

Xiphirhynchus superciliaris

283.Long-billed Wren Babbler

Rimator malacoptilus

284.Scaly-breasted Wren Babbler

Pnoepyga albiventer

285.Pygmy Wren Babbler

Pnoepyga pusilla

286.Rufous-throated Wren Babbler

Spelaeornis caudatus

287.Bar-winged Wren Babbler

Spelaeornis troglodytoides

288.Spotted Wren Babbler

Spelaeornis formosus

289.Sikkim Wedge-billed Babbler*

Sphenocichla humei

290.Rufous-capped Babbler

Stachyris ruficeps

291.Golden Babbler

Stachyris chrysaea

292.Grey-throated Babbler

Stachyris nigriceps

293.Striped Tit Babbler

Macronous gularis

294.Jungle Babbler

Turdoides striatus

295.Silver-eared Mesia

Leiothrix argentauris

296.Red-billed Leiothrix

Leiothrix lutea


Cutia nipalensis

298.Black-headed Shrike Babbler

Pteruthius rufiventer

299.White-browed Shrike Babbler

Pteruthius flaviscapis

300.Green Shrike Babbler

Pteruthius xanthochlorus

301.Black-eared Shrike Babbler

Pteruthius melanotis

302.Rusty-fronted Barwing

Actinodura egertoni

303.Hoary-throated Barwing

Actinodura nipalensis

304.Blue-winged Minla

Minla cyanouroptera

305.Chestnut-tailed Minla

Minla strigula

306.Red-tailed Minla

Minla ignotincta

307.Golden-breasted Fulvetta

Alcippe chrysotis

308.Yellow-throated Fulvetta

Alcippe cinerea

309.Rufous-winged Fulvetta

Alcippe castaneceps

310.White-browed Fulvetta

Alcippe vinipectus

311.Nepal Fulvetta

Alcippe nipalensis

312.Rufous Sibia

Heterophasia capistrata

313.Striated Yuhina

Yuhina castaniceps

314.White-naped Yuhina

Yuhina bakeri

315.Whiskered Yuhina

Yuhina flavicollis

316.Stripe-throated Yuhina

Yuhina gularis

317.Rufous-vented Yuhina

Yuhina occipitalis

318.Black-chinned Yuhina

Yuhina nigrimenta

319.White-bellied Erpornis

Erpornis zantholeuca

320.Fire-tailed Myzornis

Myzornis pyrrhoura

321.Great Parrotbill

Conostoma oemodium

322.Brown Parrotbill

Paradoxornis unicolor

323.Black-throated Parrotbill

Paradoxornis nipalensis

324.Greater Rufous-headed Parrotbill

Paradoxornis ruficeps

325.Fire-breasted Flowerpecker

Dicaeum ignipectus

326.Mrs Gould’s Sunbird

Aethopyga gouldiae

327.Green-tailed Sunbird

Aethopyga nipalensis

328.Black-throated Sunbird

Aethopyga saturata

329.Crimson Sunbird

Aethopyga siparaja

330.Fire-tailed Sunbird

Aethopyga ignicauda

331.Little Spiderhunter

Arachnothera longirostra

332.Streaked Spiderhunter

Arachnothera magna

333.House Sparrow

Passer domesticus indicus

334.Russet Sparrow

Passer rutilans

335.Eurasian Tree Sparrow

Passer montanus

336.White Wagtail

Motacilla alba alboides

337.Citrine Wagtail

Motacilla citreola

338.Grey Wagtail

Motacilla cinerea

339.Paddyfield Pipit

Anthus rufulus

340.Olive-backed Pipit

Anthus h. hodgsoni

341.Rosy Pipit

Anthus roseatus

342.Buff-bellied Pipit

Anthus rubescens japonicus

343.Alpine Accentor

Prunella collaris

344.Rufous-breasted Accentor

Prunella strophiata

345.Maroon-backed Accentor

Prunella immaculata

346.White-rumped Munia

Lonchura striata

347.Scaly-breasted Munia

Lonchura punctulata

348.Yellow-breasted Greenfinch

Carduelis spinoides

349.Tibetan Siskin

Carduelis thibetana

350.Dark-rumped Rosefinch

Carpodacus edwardsii

351.Crimson-browed Finch

Propyrrhula subhimachala

352.Scarlet Finch

Haematospiza sipahi

353.Red Crossbill

Loxia curvirostra

354.Brown Bullfinch

Pyrrhula nipalensis

355.Red-headed Bullfinch

Pyrrhula erythrocephala

356.Collared Grosbeak

Mycerobas affinis

357.White-winged Grosbeak

Mycerobas carnipes

358.Crested Bunting

Melophus lathami

359.Little Bunting

Emberiza pusilla