Corbett national park is a birdwatcher's paradise. The park, with its rich Biogeographic diversity, is home to more than 600 species of birds - about Half of the total species found in the entire indian subcontinent! It is Considered one of the true bird parks of the world. Raptors are of infinite Variety and occasionally species of hawks and eagles appear. You can see Eagles, vultures, buzzards, parakeets, owls, orioles, drongos, thrushes, Babblers, bulbuls, cuckoos, doves, bee eaters, rollers, flycatchers, warblers, Robins, chats, finches, forktails, hornbills, kingfishers and many many More. The numerous water bodies provide an ideal habitat for ducks and Waders which are migratory. The park forms a natural crossroad and meeting Ground for avian species from high altitude areas, plains and eastern and Western regions. Because of this unique location, the bird population is Pretty high throughout the year, with winter visitors, summer visitors, Altitudinal migrants, passage migrants and local migrants. The park is An avid birdwatcher's destination.
The mangoli valley, nainital and pangot region in the kumaon are unmistakably The most remarkable areas for higher himalayan birds. Here is a sampler Of what you can see within a few hours.
Vill-Dhikuli, P.O-Dhikuli, Ramnagar
(JIm Corbett National Park)