Phrumsengla National Park (PNP)
Sixty-eight rare and endangered mammals’ species such as tiger, leopard, red panda and malayan giant squirrel have found their home here. The park has also revealed 620 plants species. As prominent frequent for birdwatchers, PNP has well over 341 species including the globally threatened rufous-necked hornbill, black necked cranes, blood pheasant, wood snipe, nuthatch, blue-naped pitta, brown wood owl, booted eagle, ultramarine flycatcher and back-headed shrike babbler.
Winter migration by park residents and overgrazing by livestock exhausts the forest resources. At the same migration pratices also paves ways for human-wildlife conflict.