Pokhara Bird Society

Together we serve to protect birds​

Pokhara Bird Society

Welcome to Pokhara Bird Society. We’re a non-profit organization based in Pokhara, Nepal dedicated to conserving birds and their habitats in our region. Through research and awareness, we aim to protect our feathered friends and their environment, promoting a sustainable coexistence. Join us in our efforts to ensure a thriving and harmonious future for both birds and our community.

" Together we serve to protect birds​ "

Pokhara Bird Society

Welcome to Pokhara Bird Society. We’re a non-profit organization based in Pokhara, Nepal dedicated to conserving birds and their habitats in our region. 

Our Vision

Creating a sustainable society with conservation of birds and their habitat along with reinforcement of biodiversity

Who are we ?

Pokhara Bird Society (PBS) is one of the leading organizations in Nepal working for the conservation of birds and their natural habitat. It was initiated with bird monitoring programs around Pokhara valley in 2011 and has ,legally, been forum of enthusiastic birders, naturalists, photographers, students, tourism professionals and several supporters within and beyond Nepal with registration in 2017.

Our Mission

Contributing environmentally-informed policies and bird-based ecotourism through series of research, studies and dialogues

Our Goal

Conservation of birds through researches on threats, bird ecology and propagate the conservation awareness

Who are we ?

Pokhara Bird Society (PBS) is one of the leading organizations in Nepal working for the conservation of birds and their natural habitat. It was initiated with bird monitoring programs around Pokhara valley in 2011 and has ,legally, been forum of enthusiastic birders, naturalists, photographers, students, tourism professionals and several supporters within and beyond Nepal with registration in 2017.

Our Vision

Sustainable society with conseervation of birds, their habitat and biodiversity

Our Mission

Contributing environmentally-informed policies and bird-based ecotourism through series of research, studies and dialogues

Our Goal

Conservation of birds through researches on threats, bird ecology and expand the conservation awareness

Mr. Manshanta Ghimire

President, PBS

Greetings to all,
Pokhara bird society is an organization dedicated to conservation since its inception and has been carrying out its activities accordingly. Considering Earth as a common habitat for biodiversity, we carry out our activities on the status, distribution, ecology and habitat conservation of birds. As we are losing important habitats like forests, wetland and grasslands, the bird species are vulnerable and some are already near extinction. In addition, the human-induced problems like unplanned urbanization, pollution, illegal hunting and poaching are adding more threats to their survival. So, we feel the conservation of birds and biodiversity as an urgency of the hour and look forward to our collective and unified efforts toward achieving this goal. We would like to present our gratitude to all the advisors, collaborators, members and well-wishers, and hope for continued cooperation in the future, as we work toward our shared goal of conserving our feathered friends.

Bird of the month

The cheer pheasant (Catreus wallichii), also known as Wallich’s pheasant or chir pheasant, is a vulnerable species of the pheasant family, Phasianidae. It is the only member in the genus Catreus. The scientific name commemorates Danish botanist Nathaniel Wallich.

These birds lack the color and brilliance of most pheasants, with buffy gray plumage and long, gray crests. Its long tail has 18 feathers and the central tail feathers are much longer and the colour is mainly gray and brown. The female is slightly smaller in overall size.

Photo by : Mr. Manshanta Ghimire

Interesting Bird facts

Uncover some of the amazing facts about the birds that are found in Nepal, you don’t want to miss !

Small Niltava
The Small Niltava is a tiny songbird found in the Himalayas and Southeast Asia. It’s only about 11 cm long and weighs around 8 grams, making it one of the smallest flycatchers in the region.
Himalayan Monal
The male Himalayan Monal sheds its spectacular iridescent blue tail feathers every year, growing them anew for the breeding season, like a dazzling natural crown they renew for love.
Sarus Crane Couples
The Sarus Crane, the world’s tallest flying bird, graces the landscapes of Nepal and is revered in Hindu culture.
Yellow-wattled Lapwing
Yellow-wattled Lapwing has vibrant yellow wattles that inflate and deflate like balloons during courtship displays! These wattles, located at the base of their bills, are thought to signal health and dominance to potential partners.
Our latest news and blogs

Bird songs tell their story. Help build a sky where they keep soaring. Read our latest blogs and news on building a perfect planet for birds.

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Our Collaborations

Feathered friends unite! Every wing counts as we team up with amazing folks near and far, building a sky where birds can sing on and on.

Collaborate with us on a mission to conserve our feathered friends.