Area: 786 sq km; 303 sq miles.
Phrumshingla National Park, officially established in 1998, is located in the heart of Bhutan with an area of 786 square kilometers. It boasts towering mountains reaching over 3,000 meters in height and pristine forests ranging from alpine to subtropical broadleaf. The national highway runs through the park, offering excellent bird-watching opportunities in the cool broad-leaved and fir forests. Some of the birds that can be seen here include Ward’s Trogon, Himalayan Monal, Satyr Tragopan, Blood Pheasant, Parrotbills, Beautiful Nuthatch, and various Wren Babblers.
This national park is also home to 68 rare and endangered species of mammals, including tigers, leopards, red pandas, and the Malayan giant squirrel. In addition, the park has revealed 620 species of plants.