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Personalised bird watching, photography and wildlife tours around Bangalore. Flexible itineraries and locations on our bangalore birding and wildlife trips to suit your specific requirements as a traveling birder.

We offer guided birding and wildlife trips around Bangalore and specialize in one day and weekend trips for business visitors on a tight schedule. Our guides are experienced birders and are full time naturalists. They are employed from the local communities and speak excellent english. The guides are also bird photographers and will be able to provide record shots for your trip. They are also excellent photographers themselves and will offer tips and suggestions to improve your photography in various situations. We will go out of our way to ensure that our clients have a great birding experience.

Bangalore Birding

You will be picked up at a venue of your choice in Bangalore and dropped back at the end of the outing. Depending on the species you would like to view, we will suggest locations and use the appropriate vehicle for the trip so that walking will be minimised.

Personal service, and getting to know each of our guests and their individual needs and interests is at the heart of what we do. We want to make sure you get the very most out of your experience.

We do our best to ensure that our South India birding trips are environment-friendly and socially responsible. A percentage of our revenue goes back to the local communities at the birding sites to ensure that the locals view conservation as a profitable venture.

Bangalore is in the state of Karnataka and is a short drive from the Western Ghats in South India where at least 16 endemics are to be found. It is also the closest International Airport for access to the Ranganathittu bird Sanctuary, Bannerghatta National Park, Rajiv Gandhi National Park (Nagarhole), Mudhumalai National Park (Bandipur/Masinagudi) and Kabini.

A weekend birding and wildlife trip out of Bangalore will take us through rural areas outside the main city and will give you a glimpse of rural village life in India. Most of our birding will be in agricultural areas, wetlands, lakes and protected forests.

Bangalore Wildlife & Nature

Bangalore Birding - Endemic bird list for South India

Nilgiri Wood Pigeon - Columba elphinstonii Grey-headed Bulbul - Pycnonotus priocephalus White-naped Tit - Parus nuchalis
Rock Bush Quail - Perdicula argoondah Painted Bush Quail - Perdicula erythrorhyncha Yellow-throated Bulbul - Pycnonotus xantholaemus
Red Spurfowl - Galloperdix spadicea Jerdon's Courser - Rhinoptilus bitorquatus Broad-tailed Grassbird - Schoenicola platyura
Painted Spurfowl - Galloperdix lunulata Wynaad Laughingthrush - Garrulax delesserti Nilgiri Laughingthrush - Trochalopteron cachinnans
Grey Junglefowl - Gallus sonneratii White-bellied Treepie - Dendrocitta leucogastra Grey-breasted Laughingthrush - Garrulax jerdoni
Malabar Grey Hornbill - Ocyceros griseus Malabar Whistling Thrush - Myophonus horsfieldii Large Grey Babbler - Turdoides malcolmi
White-cheeked Barbet - Megalaima viridis Malabar Trogon - Harpactes fasciatus Rufous Babbler - Turdoides subrufus
Malabar Parakeet - Psittacula columboides  Black-and-orange Flycatcher - Ficedula nigrorufa Malabar Lark - Galerida malabarica
Sykes’s Lark - Galerida deva Nilgiri Flycatcher - Eumyias albicaudata Crimson-backed Sunbird - Nectarinia minima
Mottled Wood Owl - Strix ocellata White-bellied Blue Flycatcher - Cyornis pallipes Nilgiri Pipit - Anthus nilghiriensis 
White-headed Starling - Sturnus erythropygius Grey-fronted Green Pigeon - Treron affinis Indian Yellow Tit - Parus aplonotus
Indian Scimitar-babbler - Pomatorhinus horsfieldii Kerala Laughingthrush - Trochalepteron fairbanki Nilgiri Blue Robin - Myiomela major
Nilgiri Thrush - Zoothera neilgherriensis Flame-throated Bulbul - Pycnonotus gularis Nilgiri Flowerpecker - Dicaeum concolor
White-spotted Fantail - Rhipidura albogularis Malabar Woodshrike - Tephrodornis sylvicola Malabar Barbet - Megalaima malabarica