Rich colorful feathers and various chirpy sounds fill the morning air in Kathmandu valley. Close to 240 different avifaunal species have been recorded in the capital alone and affirms the possibility of commonly, slghting at least a hundred species easily.
With Lophophorus as the national bird of Nepal, it is also home to Spiny Babbler, an endangered bird that is found only in Nepal. The list goes on as the country also boasts of more than 840-recorded species. Offering a diverse habitat from wetlands and open fields to oak and pine forests, it is a guaranteed paradise for bird watchers from all over the world as they seek to discover a different world.