Bird watching is one of the most enjoyable hobbies because it gives you a creative way of spending time, gives you an opportunity to interact with nature, and allows you to connect with people who have similar interests. It can be done with the naked eye; however, observers typically use one or more types of binoculars (including telescope-mounted and laser rangefinder-equipped varieties) or telescopes.
Apart from an inadequate population of tigers, wild elephants, and exotic animals, Jim Corbett National Park is home to over 500 species of native and migratory birds, making it one of India’s most diverse bird habitats.
The park provides the ideal backdrop for bird watching with its Indo-Gang etic plains, lush Sal forests, hilly vegetation, and grasslands. The birdwatcher will have much to look for and study, and will quickly learn that several journeys are required to do justice to the native birdlife.
Benefits of Sightseeing in Jim Corbett Park
Today many people are looking for new and exciting ways to pass their time. They are looking for activities that will give them a sense of accomplishment, interaction, and community. Bird watching and sightseeing in Jim Corbett Safari Booking can fit all of these needs.
It’s also an activity that is enjoyed by a wide range of ages. Children, teens, adults, and seniors can all find enjoyment in bird watching. It is the most relaxing and rewarding activity. It can also be a very educational hobby that helps you learn more about wildlife, conservation and the natural world around us.
Corbett, located in the Himalayan foothills, features a diverse landscape that includes dense deciduous forest, grasslands, riverine belts, and a big lake. The Bengal Tiger is its main attraction, and we hope to see one during our two Corbett National Park animal safaris: one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
Many bird admirers choose this park among other bird sanctuaries and national parks since it is home to the majority of rare and attractive birds. You’ll see collared falconet, great hornbill, fork tails, white-capped water redstarts, great salty woodpecker, brown dipper, wall creepers; Pallas’s fishing eagle, lineated barbet, spot-bellied eagle owl, plumbers, grey-headed fish-eagle, redheaded vulture, pin-tailed green pigeon, racket-tailed drongo, broadbill, etc.
On your visit to the famed Jim Corbett National Park, the finest thing you can do is watch your favorite birds in the magnificent Himalayan settings. Our tour package includes Jim Corbett hotels and safari booking and is designed specifically to quench the desire of bird watchers like you.