Description: The highest-flying migrant birds are bar-headed geese. They migrate over Mount Everest, which is above 29,000 feet, on their way from the lowlands of sub-continent to their nesting grounds in Tibet. They can make this trip of over 1,000 miles in a day with a tailwind.
This mountain peak is known as "Malika Parbat" at 16,000 plus feet in the Kaghan Valley in Northern Pakistan.
Uploaded on 2/17/2013 11:18:49 PM
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