A Pictorial Guide to Birds of the Indian Subcontinent by Salim Ali, S. Dillon Ripley, John Henry Dick

By Salim Ali, S. Dillon Ripley, John Henry Dick

This accomplished ebook depicts all poultry species chanced on at the Indian Subcontinent. The entries are prepared familywise on 106 color plates which persist with one another in systematic order and are therefore effortless to discover. fantastically illustrated via the yank poultry painter, John Henry Dick, the publication presents concise details referring to prestige, measurement, habitat and distribution inside of subcontinental limits. The textual content has additionally been thoroughly revised and up-to-date with loads of new data.
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1851. TREE CREEPER Certhia familiaris HIMALAYAN TREE CREEPER Certhia himalayana SIKKIM TREE CREEPER Certhia discolor NEPAL TREE CREEPER Certhia nipalensis Plate 73(10) 73(11) 73(13) 73(12) Family MOTACILLIDAE: Pipits and Wagtails Slender-bodied terrestrial birds. Plumage black, grey, olive, yellow or brown. Bill slcnder and pointed. Toes long; hind toe generally elongated. Wings pointed; tail long, constanlly 'wagged' vcrlically. Fwd, chiefly tiny insects and other invertebrates, living near or in the grass.

886. 888a. 891. 892. 894. 895. 897. 899. 901. 902. 903. 907. EL. SINGING BUSH LARK Mirafra javanica BUSH LARK Mirafra assamica Ssp. aJJinis of 873. REDWINGED BUSH LARK Mirafra erythroptera ASHYCROWNED FINCH-LARK Eremopterix grisea BLACK CROWNED FINCH-LARK Eremopterix nigriceps DESERT FINCH-LARK Ammomanes deserti BARTALLED DESERT LARK Ammomanes cincturus RUFOUSTAILED FINCH-LARK Ammomanes phoenicurus BIFASClATED or LARGE DESERT LARK Alaernon alarrdipes SHORT-TOED LARK Calandrella cinerea LESSER SHORT-TOED LARK Calandrella rufescens SAND LARK Calandrella raytal EASTERN CALANDRA LARK Melanocorypha bimocrilata LONGBILLED CALANDRA LARK Melanocorypha maxima Ssp.

1399. 1400. 1401. EL. REDTHROATED TIT-BABBLER Alcippe rufogularis RUFOUSHEADED TIT-BABBLER Alcippe brrrnnea QUAKER BABBLER Alcippe poioicephala NEPAL BABBLER Alcippe nipalensis CHESTNUTBACKED SIBIA Heterophasia annectens BLACKCAPPED SIBIA Heterophasia capisfrata GREY SIBIA Heferophasia gracilis BEAUTIFUL SIBIA Heterophasia pulchella LONGTAILED SIBI A Heterophasia picaoides SPOTBREASTED SCIMITAR BABBLER Potnatorhinus erythrocnetnis Plate 78(8) 780) 78(11) 78(9) 80(14) 80(13) 80(17) 80(15) 80(16) Subfamily MUSCICAPINAE: Flycatchers Dull to brightly coloured small to medium-sized arboreal birds.

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