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Tibet, often described as “The Roof of the World”, attracts Chinese and foreign tourists and has long held a fascination for western bird lovers. We are delighted to offer the following spectacular tours for bird lovers to explore and find different birds in Tibet.
The famous birds are: Blue Eared Pheasant, Chinese Grouse, Black-necked Crane, Tibetan & Pallas’s Sandgrouse, Tibetan & Himalayan Snowcock, Japanese Sparrowhawk, Eastern Spot-billed & Falcated Duck, chances for Baikal Teal, Saunders's Gull, Henderson’s Ground Jay, Red-billed Blue Magpie, Wallcreeper, Przevalski’s & Chinese Nuthatch, Vinous-throated Parrotbill, Elliot’s Laughingthrush, Mongolian Lark, Hume’s Short-toed Lark, Chinese Grey, Bull-headed & Isabelline Shrike, Przevalski's (Ala Shan) Redstart, Gansu Leaf Warbler, Chinese Hill Warbler, Japanese Bush Warbler, Manchurian Reed Warbler, Asian Stubtail, Siberian Accentor, Ground Tit, Yellow-bellied Tit, Chinese Penduline Tit, Mugimaki Flycatcher, Beijing Babbler, White-rumped, Blanford’s & Tibetan Snowfinch, Pallas’s Rosefinch, Przevalski's & Mongolian Finch, White-winged, Chinese & Japanese Grosbeak, Godlewski’s and Pine Bunting
Usually, the best Tibet tour time is from May to September. But for those who love birds, the best time of all are in late Spring and early Summer or even in Winter. In Spring, the weather is at its mildest, breeding birds are in full song, wildflowers are at their peak and the grasslands are a dazzling shade of green, contrasting with the icy summits of the highest mountain ranges. In Summer, due to the up to 8hrs’ cozy sunshine and warm weather, the migrating birds all flock to Tibet, and you can see them dancing in the air around the snow-covered mountains.