Birding Surrounding at Yuksom

Birding Surrounding at Yuksom

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birds watching in Yuksom:

 

Yuksom is a small tourist/Bird watching destination in west Sikkim at an elevation of 1,750.mtrs. It is a starting place for many high and low altitude expeditions point in Sikkim. The Yuksom is one of the famous adventure lovers’ destinations in Sikkim. It boasts of impressive natural beauty, lakes and colourful, dense flora and fauna. And it was the first capital of Sikkim established in 1642 AD by Phuntsog Namgyal.

 

Also, it is an absolute Birds watching region west Sikkim A Birding watching trek can be done from Yuksam to Dzongri and Goechala under the Khangchendzonga National Park. It is about eight night and Nine days from Yuksom to Yuksom and surrounded at Yuksom and it will be a good number of Birds. Birds around Yuksom: Red-billed Leiothrix, Loten’s Sunbird, Monal, Blue-fronted Redstart, Striped Throated Yuhina, Grey Bushchat, Blue-capped rock thrush, Blue-capped Rock thrush, Black-Throated sunbird, Mrs Gould’s Feeding in flight, Black-Throated sunbird, Fire-Tailed Sunbird, Streak-Throated Barwing, Gould’s Sunbird, Gould’s Sunbird floral, Green Back Tit, Rufous Sibia, Oriental white eye, Rufous Sibia, Striped-Throated Yuhina, Spot-winged Grosbeak, Great Barbet, White-rumped Munia, Grey Bushchat, Blue-fronted Redstar, Whiskered Yuhina, Large Niltava, Whiskered Yuhina, Striped Throated Yuhina, Dark-Throated Thrush, Grey Bushchat, White-capped water redstart, Green-backed Tit, Plumbeous water redstart, Blue Whistling Thrush, Common Hoppoe, Verditer Flycatcher,etc.

birds watching in Khechoplari Lake:

 

Khecheopalri Lake is about 26 km from Pelling at an elevation of 1,800 meters from sea level. It is regarded as one of the most favourite areas for Bird watching and Khechoplari is sacred Lake and one of the tourist hotspot places for all the time. Many people come here to worship. Khecheopalri Lake is sacred for both Buddhists and Hindus and is believed to be a wish-fulfilling lake. Species of birds like Black Necked Grebe, Speckled Wood Pigeon, Migrant Ducks, Blue Winged Scaly, Laughing Thrush, Emerald Cuckoo, Babbler, Scaly Laughing thrush, Red Faced, Scaly-breasted, Wren-Babbler and many more can be seen here.

Birds watching in Pelling- Pemayangtse, Rabdentse ruins:

 

Pelling, Pemayangtse and Rabdentse ruins are one of the favourite areas for Bird watching. The bird sanctuary of Sikkim is about 1 ½ km away from Pelling known as Rabdentse ruins there you can get many species of birds those peoples are interesting for birds watching around Pelling it is very delightful place as well as Pelling, Rabdentse is one of the famous tourist hotspots of Sikkim also any time here you can get number of tourists to come to enjoy with local culture and inside the Rabdentse ruins, birds like Gould’s Sunbird floral, Green Back Tit, Rufous Sibia, Oriental white eye, Striped-Throated Yuhina, Spot-winged Grosbeak, Great Barbet, White-romped Munia, Maroon-backed, Rufous-breasted Accentors, Green-tailed Sunbirds, Rufous-gorget Flycatchers, Blue-fronted Redstarts, Brownish-flanked, Bush Warblers, Scarlet and Long-tailed Minivets, Green-backed, Black-throated Tits, Babblers, Scimitar Babblers, Laughing thrushes and Babblers etc. can be spotted here.

Birds watching in Uttarey:

 

Uttarey is one of the best bird watching places in west Sikkim that is about 165 km from NJP/Bagdogra Airport. It is at an elevation of 1,950 meters near Indio-Nepal Border. Uttarey is one of the nearest adventure destinations from Gangtok city. Here we can opt for one of the many famous trekking routes in the region. They either start or end at Uttarey. All of them pass through the World Heritage site of Khangchendzonga National Park in Sikkim, at the heart of the Himalayan range in northern India (State of Sikkim). The place includes a unique diversity of flora and fauna, valleys, lakes, glaciers and majestic views, snow-capped mountains covered with ancient forests, including the third highest peak of the world the Mount Khangchendzonga 8,585 meters. Khangchendzonga National park is a haven for birders. The Khangchendzonga National park has unique rare dense forest diversity of flora and fauna of Sikkim and 568 species of birds. The Uttarey region offers a chance to spot many species like Rock Dove, Hill Pigeon, Wood Pigeon, Oriental Turtle Dove, Black Drongo, Magpie Red-billed Leiothrix, Loten’s Sunbird, Monal, Blue-fronted Redstart, Striped Throated Yuhina, Grey Bushchat, Blue-capped rock thrush, Blue-capped Rock thrush, Black-Throated sunbird, Mrs Gould’s Feeding in flight, Black-Throated sunbird, Fire-Tailed Sunbird, Streak-Throated Barwing, Gould’s Sunbird, Gould’s Sunbird floral, Green Back Tit, Rufous Sibia, Oriental white eye, Rufous Sibia, Striped-Throated Yuhina, Spot-winged Grosbeak, Great Barbet, White-rumped Munia, Grey Bushchat, Blue-fronted Redstar, Whiskered Yuhina, Large Niltava, Whiskered Yuhina, Striped Throated Yuhina, Dark-Throated Thrush, Grey Bushchat, White-capped water redstart, Green-backed Tit, Plumbeous water redstart, Blue Whistling Thrush, Common Hoppoe, Verditer Flycatcher, act. And above from 3,000 to 3,500 meters change you will get like Common Hill Partridge, Rufous-throated Hill partridge, Chestnut-breasted Hill Partridge, Indian Peafowl, Grey Peacock Pheasant, Common Quail, Himalayan Snowcock, Tibetan Snowcock, Chukar Partridge, Snow Partridge, Black Francolin, Swamp Francolin, Red Jungle fowl, Himalayan Monel, Satyr Tragopan, Kalij Pheasant, Tibetan Partridge, Blood Partridge and more.

Bird watching in Labdnag Village:

 

Labdang is one of the small Himalayan haritage Gurung villages. It is about 130 km away from Gangtok at an elevation of 1,898 meters and is a unique and adventure holiday spot in west Sikkim. Labdang is one of the nearest adventure destinations in Gayzing district, West Sikkim, from Gangtok city. Labdang village is located under surrounding place from the 40th World Heritage Khangchendzonga National Park in Sikkim, at the heart of the Himalayan range in northern India (State of Sikkim). It includes a unique diversity of flora and fauna,

 

Labdang is a haven for bird’s watchers and lies at the end of the Kasturi round trek and on the trek trail to La-har-ink-pok Holy cave. One is likely to spot the Rock Dove, Hill Pigeon, Wood Pigeon, Oriental Turtle Dove, Black Drongo, Magpie Red-billed Leiothrix, Loten’s Sunbird, Monal, Blue-fronted Redstart, Striped Throated Yuhina, Grey Bushchat, Blue-capped rock thrush, Blue-capped Rock thrush, Black-Throated sunbird, Mrs Gould’s Feeding in flight, Black-Throated sunbird, Fire-Tailed Sunbird, Streak-Throated Barwing, Gould’s Sunbird, Gould’s Sunbird floral, Green Back Tit, Rufous Sibia, Oriental white eye, Rufous Sibia, Striped-Throated Yuhina, Spot-winged Grosbeak, Great Barbet, White-rumped Munia, Grey Bushchat, Blue-fronted Redstar, Whiskered Yuhina, Large Niltava, Whiskered Yuhina, Striped Throated Yuhina, Dark-Throated Thrush, Grey Bushchat, White-capped water redstart, Green-backed Tit, Plumbeous water redstart, Blue Whistling Thrush, Common Hoppoe, Verditer Flycatcher, etc.

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