The Indian Black-lored Tit (Machlolophus aplonotus) Indian tit, Indian yellow tit, or Himalayan Black-lored is a passerine bird in the tit family Paridae.

The Fabulous Indian Black-lored Tit

The Indian Black-lored Tit (Machlolophus aplonotus) Indian tit, Indian yellow tit, or Himalayan Black-lored is a passerine bird in the tit family Paridae. The closest relative is yellow-cheeked tit, which also has yellow tit....

What Does a Northern Cardinal Eat?

Northern Cardinal is highly dichromatic, songbirds, socially monogamous species, and males are a vibrant red. The redder males produced more offspring in a breeding season. This beautiful bird can be found from the Dakotas,...
Birds of Prey is a large family is composed of birds which bear so strong a family that it is almost impossible to identify them at sight.

The Indian Birds of Prey

The Birds of Prey is a large family is composed of birds which bear so strong a family likeness that it is almost impossible to describe them in such a way as to enable...
Black Cuckoo sound produces a mournful, three-noted call “I’m so saaaaad” call, the last note rising.

The Black Cuckoo Sound ! Song ! Call

Description The Black Cuckoo (Cuculus clamosus) is an Afrotropical species. In southern Africa, it is a summer-breeding visitor with a largely tropical distribution, which extends to about 26°S in the Transvaal, but extends further south...
Shrikes

Shrikes – How They Get Their Name

William Turner, in a Short and “Succint History of Birds” in 1544, called the red-backed shrike “a nyn murder” because the bird was believed to murder and collect nine victims a day. Its German...
Red ant Tanager “Habia rubica”

The Red-crowned ant tanager “Habia rubica”

Red-crowned ant tanager - The dim underwood of the tropical rain-forest is not an environment that favors the production of intense colors in either the vegetable or animal kingdoms. The bright red flowers of some...

Taiwan Blue Magpie “Long Tailed Mountain Lady”

The beautiful Taiwan Blue Magpie (Urocissa caerulea), is famous as Taiwan Magpie or Formosan Blue Magpie or the "long-tailed mountain lady" who is a member of the Crow family. It lives in the mountains...
Common sandpiper upperparts brown olive, white under-parts, with streaked breast; wings with a white band; dark bill and greenish legs.

The Common Sandpiper (Actitis hypoleucos)

Identification Common sandpiper "Actitis hypoleucos" is about 19-22 cm. Upperparts brown olive, including rump and tail; white under-parts, with streaked breast; wings with a white band; dark bill and greenish legs. The Common Sandpiper...

Blue Jay’s The Mysterious Migration Bird

Beautifully colored and with a strident call, Blue Jay’s are common in backyards and forests of much of North America. This common, large songbird is familiar to a lot of people, with its lovely...
Stripe-tailed Hummingbird (Eupherusa eximia) is named for the white edges to its distinctive black outer tail feathers.

The Distinctive Stripe-tailed Hummingbird

Stripe-tailed Hummingbird (Eupherusa eximia) is named for the white edges to its distinctive black outer tail feathers. This species is a medium-sized hummingbird with a fine, to some extent downcurved bill. It has a...
THREE-BANDED ROSEFINCH

30 Most Beautiful Finches in Asia

1 THREE-BANDED ROSEFINCH “Carpodacus trifasciatus” 18cm FIELD - NOTES: Lethargic, often sits immobile for long periods hidden in bushes or trees. Forages on the ground or in bushes, usually in pairs or small groups. VOICE:...
The common Babbler is a dingy brown bird belongs to the member of the Leiothrichidae family of Argya genus.

The Common Babbler

The common Babbler is a dingy brown bird belongs to the member of the Leiothrichidae family of Argya genus. Its upper plumage is darker than the lower. In each feather, there is a dark...
All songs are about the same length or sometimes decreasing slightly in length between first and last.

Mayan Antthrush (Formicarius moniliger)

Introduction The genus Formicarius comprises five widely recognized species of terrestrial, crake-like antbirds of Neotropical forests. It is considered that Black-faced Antthrush “Formicarius analis” a single species whose range extends from south-eastern Mexico to South America. It...
The Indian Roller (Coracias benghalensis), is acrobatic bird, in Telugu it is called “paala pitta” is a member of the roller family of birds.

The Eye-Catching Indian Roller (Coracias benghalensis)

The Indian Roller (Coracias benghalensis), in Telugu it is called “paala pitta” is a member of the roller family of birds. Three subspecies are generally recognized. However the nominate form can be found from...
The Bee-eater is characterized by having the median pair of tail feathers prolonged a couple of inches beyond the others as bristles.

The Brightly and Colorful Bee-eaters

Bee-eaters brightly colored birds of elegant form. They are characterized by having the median pair of tail feathers prolonged a couple of inches beyond the others as bristles. The feeding habits of these birds...
White-winged dove is usually, olive-brown above and fawn-pink below, with a black bill and red tarsi and feet.

White-winged Dove (Zenaida asiatica)

Identification White-winged dove length is about 25–31 cm. It is also known as Mesquite Dove.  A medium-sized, heavy-bodied, broad-winged dove with a slightly graduated tail and a striking broad white wing-bar. The bird is found in...

The Majestic Bird Golden-Hooded Tanager

The Golden-Hooded Tanager also called Tangara Larvata is a medium-sized passerine bird, is a resident breeder from Southern Mexico South to Western Eucador. The adult bird is about 13cm long and weigh is 19...
Varied Tit adult males and females are similar in plumage coloration. The head is black with a fine cream streak from the crown to the nape.

The Varied Tit (Sittiparus varius)

Appearance: Varied Tit adult males and females are similar in plumage coloration. The head is black with a fine cream streak from the crown to the nape. The forehead and cheek are creamy white. The...

King of Saxony – The Bird-of-Paradise

The King of Saxony or Alberti has described in the 1894 bulletin of the British Ornithologist’s club by Adolf Bernard Meyer of Dresden Museum. The bird name was given in the honor to the...
The Yellow-throated euphonia ranges from southern Mexico to western Panama, through the lowlands of both coasts and into the highlands to an altitude of possibly 4000 feet above sea level.

Yellow-throated euphonia (Euphonia hirundinacea)

The Yellow-throated euphonia ranges from southern Mexico to western Panama, through the lowlands of both coasts and into the highlands to an altitude of possibly 4000 feet above sea level. Like other euphonias, it...

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