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 are a variety of habitats here from steep grassy hillsides, mixed hill forest, oak-rhododendron forest, deodar forest to terraced fields. This diversity of habitats, along with stunning views of the snow-capped peaks of western Garhwal, makes this a fabulous destination for birding. This area is listed as an Important Bird Area by BNHS and Bird Life International.
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