Bird Watching in Community Forests
Wildlife enthusiasts will find their goldmine in Nepal, which holds nearly 10% of the world’s total species of birds thanks to its varied ecology. There are over 856 species living in the country, and most of the villages you will have the opportunity to live in have their own community forests where you can sit and watch many of these species fly by.
Imagine looking over valleys of rhododendrons, oaks, pines, or wetlands, spending the day looking up to the sky as babblers, warblers, tits, thrushes, woodpeckers, and eagles fly by! If this peaks your interest, be sure not to forget your binoculars when you pack your bags for Nepal, and be ready for an amazing bird watching experience!