Nepal is a paradise for bird watching lovers with over 848 species (almost 8% of the world total) of birds. A diverse topography and climate has resulted in a variety of habitats within the country, which are home to over 8% of the World's total bird population. It is home of some endangered birds like Impeyan Pheasant and Spiny Babler the bird which is found only in Nepal. The most popular places for watching in Kathmandu valley are Phulchoki, Godavari, Nagarjun, Bagmati River, Taudada and so on are the most popular bird watching spots. These trips also provide superb mountain views, glimpses of wild animals and introduction to the local people's culture and traditions. From the lowland jungle of the Terrai and the Koshi Tappu barrage through dense rhododendron and Oak forest of the middle hills to the windswept plateaus of the high Himalaya there is always something to keep one twitching The birds are: eight species of stork, egret, wood pecker, and Black-headed shrike, six species of pheasant, 17 species of cuckoo, and 3 species of crow. The best time for bird watching Trip is March and December.