Bhutan truly stands as an ornithologist’s paradise, a country adorned with dense and lush forests, and meticulously protected habitats. Currently, the nation takes pride in hosting an awe-inspiring array of 754 bird species, making it a haven for avian enthusiasts. Among this remarkable diversity, Bhutan shelters four critically endangered, five endangered, 21 vulnerable, and 12 restricted-range species, underlining its commitment to biodiversity conservation.
As the seasons change, Bhutan’s avian wonder continues to unfold with around 50 species of winter migratory birds gracing its skies. This unique blend of resident and migratory species adds to the allure of Bhutan’s birdwatching experience, captivating the hearts of nature enthusiasts and ornithologists alike. With such a thriving and carefully nurtured avifauna, Bhutan stands as a testament to the country’s dedication to preserving its rich natural heritage for generations to come.