With lockdown preventing international visitors from seeing India’s wonderful birds and other wildlife, Bubo Birding and Asian Adventures are taking people on a virtual tour of the country’s hotspots. Below are links to the recent webinars, now available to watch any time, and follow us on Facebook to hear about the next live sessions.
During the pandemic I’ve attended several webinars sent by different organisations. I must say that your webinars are by far the best!Göran Pettersson, Sweden
To watch a webinar you will have to provide your name, email and phone number to Asian Adventures and Bubo Birding, and will then be added to our mailing lists for occasional updates—you can unsubscribe at any time though.
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Wildlife of Central India
A virtual journey through Central India—the heart of wild India. It’s not just tigers!
Nagaland and its Amur Falcons
Remarkable culture and birds of Nagaland. And did I mention one million Amur Falcons…?
Birds and Mammals of Ladakh
Unique wildlife and landscapes of the Trans-Himalaya, home to Snow Leopards, beautiful birds, and colourful cultural traditions
Birds of Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Including photos of every single Andaman and Nicobar endemic!
Birding in Goa
Beaches, delicious food, beer, and lots of birds, including the nine kingfishers!
Birding Hotspots of Arunachal Pradesh
The very best of the Eastern Himalayas, with a bewildering variety of brilliant birds!
Birds & Wildlife of Bharatpur & Ranthambhore
Journey from the delights of Delhi birding, to the tigers of Ranthambhore, birds of Bharatpur, and crocodiles of the Chambal river
Birding Hotspots of Assam
Learn more about the amazing birdlife of the “Gateway to the North East”, along with insights into Assam’s rich culture
Birding Hotspots of Gujarat
A tour through wetlands, grasslands and saline deserts, coupled with some of the rich culture and history of Gujarat
Birding in Rajasthan
A tour of most of the wildlife hotspots across India’s largest state
South Indian Birding Hotspots
The Western Ghats, from Bangalore through Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala
The entire Himalayas from Kashmir and Ladakh through to Arunachal Pradesh, via Nepal and Bhutan. Phew!
Want to see these places for real?
Thankfully there are few restrictions on domestic travel and it is safe to visit these places now, taking sensible precautions, so contact us if you wish to see our beautiful birds and wildlife in person, and to reserve a future tour when life returns to more like normal.