1. Corvus macrorhynchus. The jungle-crow or Indian corby.
2. Dendrocitta himalayensis. The Himalayan tree-pie. Abundant.
3. Graculus eremita. The red-billed chough. In summer this species is not usually found much below elevations of 11,000 feet above the sea-level.
4. Pyrrhocorax alpinus. The yellow-billed chough. In summer this species is not usually seen at elevations below 11,000 feet.
5. Garrulus bispecularis. The Himalayan jay. Not so abundant as in the Western Himalayas.
6. Parus monticola. The green-backed tit. A common bird. Very abundant round about Darjeeling.
7. Machlolophus spilonotus. The black-spotted yellow tit. This is very like M. xanthogenys (the yellow-cheeked tit), which it replaces in the Eastern Himalayas. It is distinguished by having the forehead bright yellow instead of black as in the yellow-cheeked species. It is not very common.
8. Ægithaliscus erythrocephalus. The red-headed tit. Very common at Darjeeling.
9. Parus atriceps. The Indian grey tit.