KATHMANDU Dec. 14 ( Xinhua) -- Bird specialists have
found birds of three new species in the remote protected forest area of Nepal's
southern Chitwan district, local Rajdhani daily reported on Thursday.
A team of Nepali and foreign bird specialists found
those birds while they were visiting The Chepang Hill Siraichuli Trek area of
the district, some 100 km southwest of Kathmandu.
Hem Subedi, member of Nepal Endangered Birds
Committee said that they found those birds at the altitude of 1500 to 1930
meters from sea surface.
A team comprising Subedi, Amar Giri and French bird
expert Viwean Pullu had identified those birds.
Subedi said there are many birds of other species and
they could be found if good studies and researches were carried in the