Nameri is a popular national park located on the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas. This national park is one of the thickest as well as the most threatened reservoirs of flora and fauna in the world consisting over 600 species of plants. Some of the rare varieties of plants growing in the park include Albizzia Lucida, Canarium Strictum, Castanopsis Indica, Bischofia Javanica, Duabanga Sonneratoides, Dendrocalamus Hamiltonii, Amoora Wallichii, Artocarpus Chaplasha, Morus Roxburghii, Syzygium Cumini, Terminalia Myriocarpa, etc. The variety of fauna found in the park is also the richest with over 30 species of mammals along with many varieties of tigers, elephants and rare species of Capped Langur. It also consists of over 400 species of rare birdlife, include White-winged Ducks, the Horned Lark White-cheeked Partridge, Wreathed, Rufous-necked Hornbills, Blue-eared, Pallas\'s, Lesser Fish Eagles, Oriental Dwarf Kingfishers, Oriental Hobby, Mountain Imperial Pigeon, Long-billed Plover, Yellow-bellied Flowerpecker, Jerdon\'s Babbler, Rufous-backed Sibia, and many others.