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Mishmi Hills

11 Mar 2018

18 Mar 2018


Dibrugarh, Assam, India

3 travelers

1 traveler


Doing a week long trip to Mishmi Hills for birding and bird photography. Trip includes birding in Maguri Beel,Dehing - Patkai to cover possible 150-160 species in the region. Need 1 more person to join us to complete our group. We will be having a local guide with us. Please get in touch soon as we are starting in a few days, trip is on cost sharing basis and details are given below. Also note that an Inner Line Permit is required, so as soon as you decide it's better!

Subhajit Chaudhuri Thanks Roshan for your wish.

almost 3 years

Tanmay Keshav All the best! Anyone joining you for this yet?

almost 3 years

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Great Indian Bustards [ count them :-) ] in habitat.

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Saurabh Kushwaha Super shot!

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Critically Endangered - Great Indian Bustard ( aka GIB as popularly known among birders) , locally called Godawan - flying in its habitat. Less than 120 individuals now present in wild despite conservation efforts.

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about 3 years

Edi Alva Lovely !

about 1 year

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Mountain Bamboo Partridge a resident of NE India. It's generally shy , come into open field to feed only in early morning and evenings. On a particular day we got 8 pairs in morning and 2 pairs and one individual in evening. This was clicked around 5.30am.

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Arun James Great shot Subhajit. Do you have the number of any local guide for Khonoma? This will not be a good time for it, right?

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The male Rufous Necked Hornbill.

Nirali Desai What colors!

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Rufous Necked Hornbill (female) - Hornbills are now globally vulnerable , of them Rufous Necked clocks very few breeding population. The non availability of long trees suitable for their nesting makes them vulnerable. I consider myself lucky to have found them quite a few times and had the opportunity to watch closely their behaviour.

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Subhajit Chaudhuri Honestly speaking, I wanted to keep the original perch & frame without thinking the photographic merit :-).

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Gulnar Vij It's good to hear that :)

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Loten's Sunbird (male) - A resident of Sundarban -confirmed by regular images and study by Prakriti Samsad (a nature study club based in Kolkata). Although most of the field guide puts only a dot for Sundarban, on the distribution map for the species.

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D P Paul Nice click

almost 4 years

Subhajit Chaudhuri Thank you Tashi & D P Paul.

almost 4 years

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