Indian Birds

kee kee kee noisy bird

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Jungle Babbler

Jungle Babblers are very noisy birds found all over India, including cities, suburbs, towns and villages! Belonging to the Babbler family, these birds make harsh kee-kee-kee  sounds in such a manner that their group can be recognized from far away. Almost dust brown in color, they have a dull yellow bill with black  in yellow eyes.

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What you do, the way you think, makes you beautiful

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Indian Female sparrow Photograph

Sometimes you need to be alone. Not to be lonely, but to enjoy your free time being yourself

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Alone Bird

Loneliness depicted in The Bird Picture

Right now, there are people all over the world who are just like you. They’re lonely. They’re missing somebody. They’re in love with someone they probably shouldn’t be in love with. They have secrets you wouldn’t believe. They wish, dream, hope, and they look out the window whenever they’re in the car or on a bus, or a train & they watch the people on the streets & wonder what they’ve been through. They wonder if there are people out there like the, They’re like you & you could tell them everything & they would understand. You’re never alone.

Parrot in cage looking for food

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Parrot

Beautiful Parrot Wallpaper

Much talking is the cause of danger. Silence is the means of avoiding misfortune. The talkative parrot is shut up in a cage. Other birds, without speech, fly freely about.

The African Collared Dove Wallpaper

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The African Collared Dove

A number of species of collared doves are native to Africa and Asia. The African Collared Dove, parent of the long domesticated ringneck, inhabits the savannah regions of North Africa located in a narrow east west strip south of the Sahara Desert. The ancient keepers of doves apparently liked the white and blond versions of these birds and got rid of the ones having darker colors.  But in recent times breeders have managed to retrieve the darker colored birds as well as develop a number of new colors. Today there is more than 40 distinguishable color patterns. The Barbary dove is usually somewhat larger and has a longer tail than the African collared dove. This may have resulted as some cross breeding with the Eurasian collared dove, Streptopelia decaocto .  The coloration is a warm, creamy buff shading to near white on the chin, belly, and under tail coverts.  There is a black, white edged collar on the back of the neck

Common Names

  • Ringneck Dove
  • Barbary Dove
  • Fawn Dove
  • African collared dove

Size

The Barbary dove is between 300 and 310 mm. and the weight is between 150 and 200 grams.

Indian Bird Dove

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Indian Bird Dove

Indian Bird Dove

Grey Pigeon

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Indian Sparrow Photographs

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Indian Sparrow

Indian Sparrow

Beautiful and Cute White Pigeon

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White Pigeon

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