The fauna of Bhutan is at some point a collection of really rare and unique animals, and Golden Langur is a great example of this.
This primate can be found only in a small region of India and in several natural reserves in Bhutan, which are the Phipsoo Wildlife Sanctuary and the Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park.
Golden Langur is mostly an arboreal animal. They are active during the morning and evening, travelling in small groups between tree tops. It is much easier to spot them in January or February during mating season when langurs are louder, and males try to attract females.