One of the richest avifaunas in Asia, Nepal is a country you could return to many times and still see new species. There is a sort of "standard" itinerary, which we undertook, comprising the Kathmandu Valley, Chitwan and the Kosi barrage area; this gives a great variety of species which also can include mammals such as Indian Rhino (easy), Sloth Bear (if lucky), and Tiger (if extremely lucky). Our personal favourite was Chitwan,where elephant rides are an experience not to be missed. Brown Hawk & Brown Fish Owls are easily seen here as well as various woodpeckers, Collared Falconet and several passerines such as Red-capped Babbler,seldom seen elsewhere. Kosi yields Pied Harrier, Small Pratincole and Swamp Francolin, but the river shifts its course frequently which may affect what is seen from year to year. The journey between Chitwan and Kosi usually enables a visit to an Ibisbill wintering site, and Wallcreeper will be along the river with luck. Most people fly back to Kathmandu, which gives good views of Everest(above) if the weather's clear.
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