Birding Seasons

We provide guided birdwatching tours in Taiwan, covering 1 day in  Taipei, Taichung (Dasyueshan). Dasyueshan near Taichung is perfect for short tours to spot endemic species. Longer trips include visits to Hehuan Pass, Alishan/Yushan National Park, and customizable tours tailored to specific birdwatching targets.

Traveling Notes

Explore birding styles, photography tips, accommodations, and travel advice. Discover how to navigate diverse climates and journey through alpine regions for the ultimate birdwatching adventure.

Explore Top Three Mountain Birding Sites

 Our top birding sites for endemic birds include Dasyueshan, Hehuan Pass (Hehuanshan), Alishan/Yushan National Park, and optional shore extensions. Each location offers unique bird species and exceptional viewing opportunities.

Dasyueshan: Located near Taichung, Dasyueshan is famous for its accessibility to Taiwan’s endemic bird species. Here, you can spot the Mikado Pheasant, Swinhoe’s Pheasant, and the Taiwan Barwing among many others. The lush forests and high-altitude trails make it a must-visit for bird enthusiasts.

Hehuan Pass(Hehuanshan): At an elevation of 3,275 meters, Hehuan Pass offers breathtaking views and a chance to see high-altitude species such as the Alpine Accentor and the White-whiskered Laughingthrush. The journey to this site is as rewarding as the birdwatching experience itself.

Alishan/Yushan National Park: This area is renowned for its diverse habitats, ranging from dense forests to alpine meadows. Birdwatchers can expect to see species like the Taiwan Yuhina, Steere’s Liocichla, and the Flamecrest. The park’s scenic beauty adds to the overall experience.

Shore Extensions: For those interested in coastal birding, our shore extensions offer a chance to see migratory birds and rare species such as the Black-faced Spoonbill. These extensions can be customized to fit your birdwatching preferences.

Taiwan Endemic Birds Gallery