Ibisbills are not long distance migrant birds but they are likely to move to lower altitudes for the winter. They lives an impressive landscape that is not always easy to get.
To see an Ibisbill we need to get to a river valley in the mountains. These birds live around slow-flowing mountain waters, where they swim well. Faster moving waters are avoided – this bird is designed to feed where the water doesn’t run too fast. It uses its long bill to search around underwater stones for something edible like stonefly, larvae and other insects.
|Duration||Full Day ( 8 - 10 hrs )|
|Location||Sandy and silt areas of river valley in the mountains|
|When to Visit||November to March|