Indian Birding Tour
India is very rich in biodiversity with its unique geographical diversity and is considered one of the 12 megadiversity countries. This has resulted in more than 1200 species of birds comprising at least 13 % of the world's birds choosing India as their natural habitat. Biogeographically, India is located at the tri-junction of Afro-tropical, Indo-Malayan and Paleo-Arctic realms imbibing characteristic elements from each of them. This assemblage of three distinct realms provides its unique physical conditions which partly account for its rich and unique birdlife. India has a broad range of ecosystems and species within its seven recognized biogeographic zones. High density of birdlife in India is due to the presence of diverse biographical zones.