The Himalaya, the tallest mountain range in the world, has fascinated millions by its sheer might and beauty. The snow-capped mountains, the cold deserts, the lush green forests and grasslands, and the white waters of the rivers are home to several unique birds. This year, the birders in the countries and states of the Himalayan region have joined hands to celebrate a day out by watching birds in the Himalaya. Bird Count India, Bird Conservation Nepal, and the Royal Society for Protection of Birds, Bhutan are working together to bring the Himalayan birding fraternity together for a common good. Much of the Himalaya is impacted by global climate change and the monitoring data we generate would be a baseline to compare year after year.
Please upload all your lists by 25 May 2022