Neora Valley Birding Trek 7

Neora Valley National Park

Birding in Pristine Wilderness
Flanked between Bhutan and Indian State Sikkim's border, the Neora Valley National Park is one of India's least penetrated wilderness. With incredibly rich biodiversity comprising temperate evergreen broadleaf forest and Rhododendron forest, the entire park is a storehouse of some very rare bird and wildlife species. Neora Valley is also a prime habitat for Red Panda, Clouded Leopard, Himalayan Black Bear and even Royal Bengal Tiger.

Activities in Neora Valley National Park

Bird Watching and Trekking
  • Bird Watching and Trekking - One of the last remaining primitive virgin forests with its rich Bio-diversity in East Himalayas in an inaccessible terrain on a tri hill junction of Bhutan, Tibet and India, Neora Valley is growing as a prime bird-watching destination in the Northern Part of West Bengal. The fascinating bird species include Hill Partridge, Satyr Tragopan, Kalij Pheasant, Red-headed Trogon and Ward's Trogon. Even a rare Yellow-Rumped Honey Guide was recently sighted from this location. MORE






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