Tag Archives: Conservation

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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The Fight For Flight:

My usual blog posts are about birds and their problems and threats to their survival. This time I am supporting fellow bird lovers at Fauna Creative who made this film titled ‘The Fight for Flight‘. This short film is about bird migration and is aimed at spreading awareness about the problems birds face while they migrate. It is also about

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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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Purple Sunbird

Have you ever wondered how a tiny bird is supposed to live in a-not-so-friendly world full of predators like black kites, sparrowhawks, crows, mynas and not to forget cats and humans? In this post, I will be sharing with you how it does so. About: The male is entirely beautiful glossy blue except for the wings and the belly and

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