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The Indian Himalayas stretches from Kashmir in the west to Arunachal Pradesh in the east. It crowns the country in the north with the highest and most foreboding mountain range in the world. The altitude differences coupled with climatic diversity and heavy rainfall make the Himalaya an unique home for some of the most beautiful and sought after birds in the world.
This is the Collection of the Himalayan Fauna found in the himalayan ranges. Collection will be updated for the species found right from the foothills of himalayas to the upper ranges as i explore more and more.

Areas Covered -
Uttaranchal - Sattal, Pangot, Almora, Binsar, Corbett.
Eastern Himalayas - Mahananda, Latpanchor, Lava, Neora.
North Eastern Himalayas - Namdapha, Assam.

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Khaleej / Kalij PheasantRed-headed Trogon (Harpactes erythrocephalus)Himalayan Yellow Throat MartinCollared FalconetWhite-crowned ForktailCutiaRed-billed LeothrixLesser Yellownape WoodpeckerGreat Indian HornbillMalayan Giant SquirrelMaroon OrioleWhite-throated Laughing thrushHoary-bellied SquirrelBlue-winged MinlaBlue-throated FlycatcherSmall Niltava - NamdaphaJungle Cat - The jungle cat (Felis chaus) is a medium-sized cat and considered the largest remaining species of the wild cat genus Felis. The species is also called the swamp lynx but is not closely rWhite-crested LaughingthrushRufous-Gorgeted FlycatcherStreak-breasted Scimitar Babbler