Our most comprehensive winter birding tour especially targeting the species that winter in Bhutan such as Thrushes, Wallcreeper, and Finches. This time of year, offer have good chances for sighting critically endangered species White-bellied Heron, with the population of 60 individual worldwide.
The tour starts from southeast of Bhutan entering from the Indian state of Assam covering east, central and eventually finish in central south of Bhutan covering wide ranges of habitats from the lowland subtropical forest to semi alpine at the very comfortable pace. you can experience the elevation from 150m to 3890m.
We’ll likely see most of the key species of Bhutan including three species of Pheasants, rare and critically endangered White-bellied Heron, Ward’s Trogon, Ibisbill, Beautiful Nuthatch, one of the most sought after specialities of the Bhutan avifauna. All in all, we will be able to show you over 250 species of birds and 10-15 species of mammals including rare and near endemic Golden Langur.
After completing his high school education, Sherab Dorji was chosen to be an archer for the Bhutan Olympic committee. As an archer, he traveled to many different countries representing Bhutan in both regional and international competitions. This great opportunity gave him the chance to become very familiar with other cultures.
His love for nature started when he began to takes some trips into the wilder areas of Bhutan with Norbu. He was then chosen as one of the several guides to receive special, an extensive bird watching training course, given by the well-known American birder Tom Stephenson.
Sherab is known for his sharp eyesight and great patience. He has guided many birding groups as a co-tour guide with Norbu and on his own. In the past few years, he has also been asked to guide several bird and wildlife photography tours.