Bhutan added a new bird species to its list of new sightings. Common Chaffinch, a bird, the size of a sparrow was sighted for the first time in the country on Tuesday. A staff of the World Wildlife Fund, Bhutan spotted the solitary bird at Kabisa in Thimphu. Many bird experts in the country confirmed that it is indeed the first sighting in the country. According to international bird journals, the bird is mostly found in Europe.
The WWF staff said the bird might have migrated here due to climate change or in search of food.