Himalayas are prominent for
rich flora & fauna. Pangot Bird Sanctuary is world famous for birding
holiday lovers and bird watchers , Pangot is attractive hamlet near Nainital
in Uttarakhand state of India. Walking into Pangot is like stepping into a
remote Himalayan village.
The total drive to Pangot is a treat an beauty of Oak, Pine and Rhododendron
trees is awesome , Nainital Pangot drive goes from the woody area of China
Peak Range . Pangot & Sigri has nice habitats for tremendous birding. The
jungle of Pangot & surrounding areas are dominated by thick Oak, Pine and
Rhododendron. Divine stream passing by the whole area and formulate it even more
place. Nainital district of Uttarakhand covers the tropical, sub-tropical,
temperate, sub-alpine & alpine zones. The belts of terai and bhabar presents the
environment of the plains at the same time as the deep valleys with altitude up to 1000 Mts.
ASL, and have various kinds of wild animal , birds, trees etc.
Everyone can see a range of bird species all along the approach to Pangot such asHimalayan
Griffon, Lammergeier, Blue-winged Minla, Rufous-bellied Woodpecker, Spotted & Slaty-backed
Forktail, Rufous-bellied Niltava, Khalij pheasant are to name a small amount
of One can see , Visitors can also spot animals as Leopard, Yellow-throated
Himalayan Marten, Barking Deer, Sambhar, Himalayan Goral, Civets,
Wild Boar,Yellow-bellied Himalayan Weasal, Leopard Cat, Serow, Red Fox etc.
The world famous Jim Corbett National Park is located 80 kilometers from Pangot.
Nainital is visited by plenty of tourists round the yeear, Pangot is
by visited by leisure travellers as weel as bird watchers.
The pleasurable & spell bounding weather conditions in summers & snow clad
hills in winters attract thousands of visitors from India & abroad. Pangot is a
gentle & peaceful location which makes Pangot an idyllic place for honeymooners
& families too. Pangot
is an unbelievable place for bird watching & birding holidays, adventure activities,
trekking & mountain
biking . Pangot is starting point of some trails as one trekking trail starts from Pangot
& leads to Naina Peak. Second one leads to Jim Corbett National Park.