Bird

Common Greenshank

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Tringa nebularia
Nepali Name: टिमटिमा (Timtimaa)

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Rufous-breasted Accentor

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Nepali Name: मुसे लेकचरी (Muse Lekchari)

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Grey-headed Lapwing

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Vanellus cinereus
Nepali name: राज हुटीट्याउ (Raj Huttittyau)

Notes:
1. The Bagmati River by Chobhar is one of the best places in Nepal for these winter visitors. At least 150 individuals in a small stretch of the river during the current visit. November-January is the best time to see these birds here.
2. They congregate in huge flocks around 10 am.
3. Bonelli’s Eagle prey on these birds in this locality.

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Alpine Accentor

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Prunella collaris
Nepali Name: हिमाली लेकचरी Himali Lekchari

Notes:
1. One of the tamest birds of the high altitudes.

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Yellow-billed Chough

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Pyrrhocorax graculus
Nepali Name: टेमु (Temu)

Notes:
1. If properly trained, this is a bird that could make mountaineering legends and that too without supplemental oxygen. Has been reported from camps as high as 8,000m in Everest.

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Grey-backed Shrike

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Nepali name: हिमाली भद्राई (Himali Bhadrai)

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Crested Serpent Eagle

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Spilornis cheela
Nepali Name: काकाकुल (Kakakul)

Notes:
1. As its name suggests it is specialized reptile hunter, feeding on well snakes and lizards.
2. Calls incessantly.

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