Vietnam: bird species in national park


This video is called Birding Checklist Vietnam.

From VietnamNet:

Cuc Phuong Park offers excellent view to bird watchers

27/10/2006

The Cuc Phuong National Park in northern Ninh Binh province is home to over 300 species of birds, one of the best 15 bird watching sites in Vietnam, according to BirdLife International.

Rare bird species found here include Bar-Backed Partridge, Scaly-Breasted Partridge, Silver Pheasant, Red Jungle Fowl, Grey Peacock-Pheasant, Laughing Thrushes, Red-Vented Barbet, Green-Eared Barbet, Scimitar-Billed Babblers, Brown Hawk Owl, Scarlet Minivet, Racket-Tailed Drongos, Racket-Tailed Magpie and White-Winged Blue Magpie.

The park, which is also home to several endangered primate species, is one of Vietnam’s seven sites which are considered significant for biodiversity conservation in the world.

Temminck’s tragopan courtship display video: here.

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