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Birding at Chamong is a wonderful experience. The name Chamong itself is a derivation from the bird of the same name “Chamu”. This form of wildlife observation is a very pleasant recreational activity. One can either indulge in birding with their naked eye or through some devices like binoculars and telescopes, by listening for bird sounds or through photography. Chamong is a bird lover’s paradise and is home to 200 bird species or more. Visitors on any day can enjoy birding in the nearby forests as most of the bird species are easily seen.

Chamong has lots to offer to avid birdwatchers who pursue this activity for social or recreational purposes or even ornithologists who engage themselves in the study of birds with scientific methods. Listed below are the names of a few birds out of many, found in the region.

  • Chestnut Winged Minla
  • Blue Winged Minla
  • Red Winged Minla
  • Red Billed Leothrix
  • Greenish Warbler
  • Taiga Flycatcher
  • Rusty Cheeked Scimitar
  • Babbler
  • Blue Faced Malkoha
  • Striated Laughing Thrush
  • Streaked Laughing Thrush
  • White Crested Laughing Thrush
  • Lesser Yellownape
  • Green Magpie
  • Maroon Oriole
  • Great Barbet
  • Hill Patridge
  • Siberian Rubythroat
  • Goshawk
  • Common Krestel
  • Serpent Eagle
  • Small Niltava
  • Large Niltava
  • Whiskered Yuhina
  • Crimson Sunbird
  • Long tailed Minivet
  • Silver eared Mesia
  • Black eared Shrike Babbler
  • Rusty Fronted Barwing
  • Red tailed Minla
  • Rufous winged Fukvetta
  • Rufous Sibia
  • Chestnut bellied Rock Thrush
  • Blue Whistling Thrush
  • Grey Winged Blackbird
  • Khaliz Pheasant