Naina Devi Bird Conservation Reserve is a protected area for birds located in the Nainital district of the mountain state of Uttarakhand. It is known for its rich diversity of avian flora and several birding trails within the reserve forest and some of the elusive mammal species found in pine forests of the area. One of the popular birdwatching destinations within Naina Devi Bird Conservation Reserve is Pangot, a less crowded hill station with some amazing birdlife and beautiful panoramic views of the Himalayas.
Some of the birds that you may try to find here are hill partridge, chukar partridge, koklass pheasant, kalij pheasant, goldcrest, rufous sibia, red-billed leiothrix, black-chinned babbler, Chestnut-bellied Nuthatch, and black-throated tit. You can also find Himalayan Griffon and Bearded vulture soaring in the sky in these hills. The common mammal species found here are barking deer, yellow-throated martin, weasel, and Himalayan Goral.