Mishmi Hills is located in the north eastern tip of the country in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. Much of the Mishmi Hills falls under the Dibang valley of the state. Entry to the area via Assam is through Roing, the district headquarters of lower Dibang Valley district. The area comprises of flood plains of the tributaries of river Brahmaputra and the snow capped mountains of lower Himalayan ranges and shivalik hills. The stretch from Roing to Mayudia in Mishmi Hills is a birders paradise. There are about 680 bird species in this region. Some of them are Sclater’s monal, Blyth’s and Temminck’s tragopan, Chestnut-breasted partridge, Rufous-necked hornbill, Pale-capped pigeon, Ward’s trogon, Dark-sided thrush, Green and Purple cochoa, Rusty-bellied and Gould’s shortwing, nuthatch, Rusty-throated and Wedge-billed wren babbler, Fire-tailed myzornis, parrotbill species, Black-headed greenfinch, Scarlet finch and Grey-headed bullfinch.