Join us on a Birding expedition. Experienced guides help you identify the birds. Travelling in small numbers with guides who cut through the hassles of arranging transportation and locating ideal bird-watching spots, bird-watchers find the trip informative, economical and time saving, but most of all, a Grrreat birding experience. Don't take our word on it, check out what some of our guests have to say... An added bonus on these trips is the abundance of butterflies and other wild life. We supply binoculars on request. Most birders are happy to settle for one of our regular itineraries. However, we do arrange special individual or group packages on request.
Birding for Beginners Jungle Calls: chase 75 species for a day 5 Day package for groups
Birding for Beginners
Duration : Halfday, 7 a.m to 12 noon
Enjoy a morning walk to green patches close to the northern coastal stretch, and you will be surprised by the quality of birding.Habitats visited range from secondary forest to scrub to wetland.
Sight an average of 50 species, including Crested tree swift, Plumheaded parakeet, Greyheaded bulbul, Golden oriole, Oriental honey buzzard, Common buzzard, Booted eagle, Small minivet, Tailor bird, Blacklored tit, Yellow wattled lapwing, Grey wagtail, Painted snipe, Bronzewinged jacana, Barred jungle owlet, Brown wood owl etc....
Jungle Calls: chase 75 species in a daylong intensive birding trip
This birdwatching trip is aimed at acquainting birdwatchers with the maximum number of birds (we estimate an average of 100 species), while making optimum use of time. On this trip, we explore three different habitats:
Bondla wildlife sanctuary
Habitat: Dense hill forests with streams.
Key species: Black eagle, Emerald Dove, Indian edible-nest Swiftlet, Crested Tree Swift, Malabar Trogon, Three-toed Kingfisher, Malabar Grey Hornbill, Speckled Piculet, Fairy Blue Bird, Black headed Yellow BulBul, Greater Racket-tailed Drongo, Velvet fronted Nuthatch, Shama.
Habitat: Grass & Lily covered lakes surrounded by light woodland, paddy fields and marshes.
Key species: Little Cormorant, Oriental Darter, Purple Heron, Whistling teal, Openbill Stork, White-necked Stork, Bronze winged Jacana, Pallid Harrier.
Habitat: Moist-deciduous forest, flanked by scrub and acacia monoculture.
Key species: Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Blacknaped Monarch, Greyheaded Bulbul, Brown Wood Owl, Greyfronted Pigeon, Rufous Woodpecker, Tickell's Blue Flycatcher, Blyth's Reed Warbler, Malabar Whistling Thrush, Whitespotted Fantail Flycatcher.