The Black-necked Cranes are the most mysterious and the last to be discovered of the 15 species of cranes in the world.

An evening with Black-Necked Cranes Centre Staff



Black-necked Cranes are endemic to the Tibetan Plateau and migrate to lower altitudes, such as Gangtey (Phobjikha) Valley, in autumn and winter, usually from the end of October – February / March. The Black-necked Crane centre performs invaluable work in ensuring the protection of their roosting areas, educating the locals and tourists of the importance of the cranes to the valley and in providing care and shelter for an injured Black-necked Crane called “Karma”. If you would like to learn more about the Black-necked Crane and the work the centre do on a daily basis, we will happily invite the staff up for evening drinks and further discussion.

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