The Nanda Devi National Park can truly be referred to as an Ornithologist's Paradise. There are different kinds of Birds in Nanda Devi National Park. The Nanda Devi Scientific and Ecological Expedition that took place in 1993 recorded that there are a total of 114 species of Birds in the Nanda Devi National Park.
Greater number of birds can be traced in the temperate forests of this National Park. There is a steady decline in the number and variety of birds as the altitude increases.
The avifaunal population of the Nanda Devi National Park includes the yellow bellied Fantail Flycatcher; Orange flanked Bush Ribbon, Crested Black Tit, Indian Tree Pipit, blue fronted Redstart, Common Rose Finch, Vinaceous breasted pipit. Grosbeaks, Ruby Throat, Nutcracker and Warblers are among the other Birds in the Nanda Devi.
Bird watching in Nanda Devi can surely be one of your favorite pass times when you are on a visit to the Nanda Devi Wild Life Reserve. One likes to see these beautiful birds. However these winged creatures are not just impressive because of their beauty. The sweet humming voice of the Birds in the Nanda Devi National Park is also equally enjoyable.