Glossy Ibis

Glossy Ibis

Glossy Ibis finds it feeding in shallow waters. They nest in freshwater or wetlands in reeds, papyrus or rushes and small trees or bushes. They prefer marshes around lakes and rivers but also found at lagoons, flood-plains, wet meadows, reservoirs, sewage ponds, paddies and irrigated farmland. The diet of the…

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Blue Tailed Bee Eater

Blue Tailed Bee Eater

The Blue-tailed Bee-eater breeds in southeastern Asia. It is strongly migratory, richly coloured, slender bird. It is predominantly green; its face has a narrow blue patch with a black eye stripe, and a yellow and brown throat; the tail is blue and the beak is black. It can reach a…

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Spot-billed Duck

Spot-billed Duck is resident of Pakistan and India to southern Japan. It is quite gregarious outside the breeding season and forms small flocks. Spot-billed Duck is 22–25 inches in length with 33–37 inches wings. The average body mass is 790–1500 grams. Spot-billed Duck found near freshwater lakes and marshes. They…

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Paradise Flycatcher

Paradise Flycatcher

The Paradise Flycatcher is a medium-sized common bird in all countries of Asia. The male Paradise Flycatcher has elongated central tail feathers, and black and rufous or white plumage. Females are short-tailed with rufous wings and a black head. Adult Paradise Flycatchers are 7.5–8.7 inches long and their wings are…

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Marsh Harrier

Marsh Harrier

The Marsh Harriers are medium-sized raptors and the largest and broadest-winged harriers. Most of them are associated with marshland and dense reedbeds. They are commonly found worldwide except Americas. It likes open, wet environments, and is frequently seen drifting low over ricefields, interspersing long, watchful circling glides with two or…

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