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Guides complete first-ever birding training 

Eighteen tour guides completed the first-ever upskilling training on bird-watching conducted in Bumthang last week. 

The training was conducted by Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Forest Research and Training (UWIFoRT) with support from the Ministry of Education and Skill Development, and the Department of Tourism. 

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