India with more than 1250 species of birds is a paradise for bird watching. There are over 925 breeding species (920 residents).
The Indian birds belong to 25 groups called 'Orders', which are further divided into 'Families', 'Sub-families' and 'Genera'. For birding in India, 13 bio-geographical regions can be demarcated: Trans Himalayan, Western Himalayas, Eastern Himalayas, Desert, and Semi-arid, Genetic plain, Central India, Deccan Plateau, Western Ghats, Eastern Ghats, North East, Coasts and the Andaman Nicobar Islands. The Blue-Peafowl, also known as the Blue Peacock, is the national bird of India.
It is just not about visiting National Parks and Wild Life Sanctuary in India, it is about being there at the right time, with the right people, to know in advance what to expect, to be looked after well in a strange land and to take back home memories bag full, is like traveling with us.