1. Fire capped Tit
  2. Common Rosefinch
  3. Pink Browed Rosefinch
  4. Great Barbet
  5. Salty headed parakeet
  6. Ultramarine flycatcher
  7. Verditer flycatcher
  8. Pale billed flowerpecker
  9. Rock Bunting
  10. White capped Bunting
  11. Plain prinia
  12. Striated prinia
  13. Mountain Hawk Eagle
  14. Griffon vulture
  15. Kestrel
  16. Grey hooded warbler
  17. Lemon rumped warbler
  18. Black faced warbler
  19. Sulphur bellied warbler
  20. Greenish warbler
  21. Common Hoope
  22. Common myna
  23. Siberian stone chat
  24. Rufus breasted Accentor
  25. Khalij pheasant
  26. Rusty cheeked scimitor Babbler
  27. Black chinned Babbler
  28. Scaly breasted wren Babbler
  29. Streaked laughingthrush
  30. Chestnut crowned laughingthrush
  31. Variegated laughingthrush
  32. Jungle crow
  33. Rufus sibia
  34. Grey Bushchat
  35. Brown fronted woodpecker
  36. Himalayan woodpecker
  37. Speckled Piculet
  38. Grey headed woodpecker
  39. Black throated Tit
  40. Green backed Tit
  41. Rufous-naped Tit
  42. Jungle Babbler
  43. House sparrow
  44. Russet sparrow
  45. Himalayan Bulbul
  46. Red vented Bulbul
  47. Black Bulbul
  48. Black Drongo
  49. Golden bush Robin
  50. Asian barred Owelet(H)
  51. Long tailed Shrike
  52. Long tailed Minivet
  53. Red rumped Swallow
  54. Alpine swift
  55. Bar tailed Treecreper
  56. Blue capped Redstart
  57. Blue fronted Redstart
  58. White-capped Water Redstart
  59. Plumbeous Water Redstart
  60. Black headed Jay
  61. Oriental turtle Dove
  62. Laughing Dove
  63. Blue whistling Thrush
  64. Great Tit
  65. Grey Treepie
  66. Grey headed canry Flycatcher
  67. Spotted forktail
  68. Grey Wagtail

Date: 17,18 March, 2018

Protocol: Traveling
Distance: 4-6 kilometer(s) on every trail (2 trails covered)
Species:68
Observers: Krishna, Kesar, and 1 Guest Rolf