Arunachal Pradesh is one of the 29 states of India and is the northeastern-most state of the country. It shares an international border with Bhutan to the west, is south of China’s autonomous region of Tibet, and Myanmmar is to its east. It is a state dominated by the Himalayan mountains with altitudes rising from 100m up to 5500m above sea level. It is a region with snow-capped mountains, to dense rainforests, from fast moving hilly streams to fully grown rivers. And when it comes to birds, this region possesses an exceptional richness in bird diversity and thereby attracts birdwatchers from across the globe to view its remarkable birdlife.