Agora-Barsu-Dayara Bird Watching

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The famous trekking route of Dodital Lake and Dayara Bugyal are located here. The Asi Ganga River originates from the Dodital Lake and flows through the Asi Ganga Valley. The riverine habitat along the valley, agriculture fields on mountain slopes, … Continued

Thano and Maldevta Bird Watching

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Thano lies in the eastern part of the doon valley is thickly forested with Sal-mixed forests of the Shivalik hills Himalaya It is combination of riverine forest, agricultural fields, scrub jungle, and orchards which increase the diversity of birds. It … Continued

Deolsari Bird Watching

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Devalsari Village (1,800 m) is the gateway to Nag Tibba (3,048 m)Trek. It is one of the four villages from where Nag Tibba trek can be initiated. Other villages are Pantwari, Manglori and Aunter. It is the heavenly gateway for … Continued

Har-Ki-Dun-Changsil-Ruinsara

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Bird watching in Govind Pashu Vihar The Govind Pashu Vihar National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary is a mid-to high-altitude Himalayan region in the Garhwal Himalayas, covering an area of 958 sq. km. The Har-ki-dun trek to the base of the … Continued

Deoriya Taal-Chopta-Tungnath Birding

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Chopta (2680 m) is an unspoiled natural destination lying in the lap of the Uttarakhand Himalayas and offers views of the imposing Himalayan range including Trishul, Nanda Devi and Chaukhamba. Chopta village is surrounded by forests of pine, deodar and … Continued

Benog Suwakholi Dhanaulti Bird Watching

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The Mussoorie hills form the northern boundary of the Dehra Dun valley and has altitude of 2300 m. The ridge superfluous runs roughly on an east to west axis and the northern side falls away into the Aglar Valley. There … Continued