India is one of the birding hotspots of the world, 13 % of the global birding population which is over 1250 species birds have been recorded in the country among which about 141 species are endemic.

India has 13 bio-geographical regions ,namely Trans Himalaya,. WesternHimalaya, EasternHimalaya,Dessert,Semi Arid, Central India,Deccan Pleateau, Eastern Ghats, Western Ghats,Gangetic Plain, North East, Coasts and Islands.These diverse regions are habitats of marvelous diverse birdlife.

Delhi & around:

Bharatpur, Sultanpur, Corbett


Pangot ,Sattal , Nainital Great Himalayan Natrional Park Rudraprayag, Chopta, Tunganath Singalila National Park, BarseyRhodorendron Sanctuary, Neora Valley National Park, Mainam Sanctuary.


Dessert National Park, Keechen, Bikaneer

Semi Arid:

Greater Rann of Kutchh, Little Rann Of Kutchh

Central India:

Kanha ,Bandhavgarh, Tadoba

Gangetic Plain:


North East:

Manas, Nameri, Eagle Nest, Kaziranga, Dibrusaikhowa,Mismi Hills


Jamnagar, Chilika