Category Archives: Indian birds

The Disappearing Finn’s Weaver

Remember the Baya weaver? The talented, yellow, sparrow-like bird that weaves its own nest? (I wrote about it earlier) About: The Finn’s Weaver is a cousin of the Baya but with a bigger beak and is overall very similar in appearance. Its hard to tell them apart in winters but in summers, the difference becomes crystal clear. The boys turn

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Green Bee-eater: Of Birds And Bees

Have you ever seen a fairy flying?   I have seen more than one and this is what they look like… About: In flight, my fairy is green with brown wings and has long tail streamers. She wears a black eye mask and her eyes are fiery red. A black band across her neck is clearly visible. Her green head

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Yellow-Throated Bulbul

Don’t we just love it when we find a pair of rare birds close to where we live?  The birds I’m talking about – Yellow – Throated Bulbuls – are very rare. They are very shy and don’t usually stay in one place for long.     About: Yellow-throated Bulbuls look like Oriental White-eyes I wrote about earlier, except for

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