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Lava and Neora Valley

Lava and Neora Valley are birding hotspots that can be covered during a long weekend. Though famous for the Red Panda we would be looking for the various birding rarities that show up here.

To name a few rufous-throated partridge, satyr tragopan, crimson-breasted woodpecker, Darjeeling woodpecker, bay woodpecker, golden-throated barbet, Hodgson’s hawk cuckoo, lesser cuckoo, brown wood owl, ashy wood pigeon, mountain imperial pigeon, Jerdon’s baza, black eagle, mountain hawk eagle, dark-throated thrush, rufous-gorgeted flycatcher, white-gorgeted flycatcher, white-browed bush robin, white-tailed robin, yellow-browed tit, striated bulbul, chestnut-headed tesia, chestnut-crowned warbler, black-faced warbler, black-faced laughingthrush, chestnut-crowned laughingthrush, streak-breasted scimitar babbler, scaly-breasted wren-babbler, pygmy wren-babbler, rufous-fronted babbler, black-headed shrike babbler, white-browed shrike babbler, rusty-fronted barwing, rufous-winged fulvetta, brown parrotbill, fire-breasted flowerpecker, fire-tailed sunbird, maroon-backed accentor, dark-breasted rosefinch, red-headed bullfinch, gold-naped finch and many other rarities

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An extended birding weekend

Day 1: Drive from Maneybhajang/ NJP/ Bagdogra to Kolakham

Day 2: Full Day birding around Kolakham

Day 3: Full Day birding in Neora Valley

Day 4: Morning birding then drive to NJP/Bagdogra.

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