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 e-book depicts all fowl species stumbled on at the Indian Subcontinent. The entries are prepared familywise on 106 color plates which stick with one another in systematic order and are therefore effortless to discover. fantastically illustrated by way of the yankee poultry painter, John Henry Dick, the publication offers concise info bearing on prestige, dimension, habitat and distribution inside subcontinental limits. The textual content has additionally been thoroughly revised and up-to-date with loads of new data.
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1202. 1203. TAILED WREN-BABBLER Spelaeornis caudatus MISHMI WREN Spelaeornis badeigularis LONGTAILED WREN-BABBLER Spelaeornis longicaudatus STREAKED LONGTAILED WREN-B ABBLER Spelaeornis chocolatinus 1205. LONGTAILED SPOTTED WREN-BABBLER 1206. 1207. 1209. 1210. 121 1 . 1212. 1214. 1218. 1219. onr REDHEADED BABBLER Stachyris ruficeps REDBILLED BABBLER Stochyris pyrrhops GOLDHEADED BABBLER Stachyris chrysaea BLACKTHROATED BABBLER Stachyris nigriceps AUSTEN'S SPO'ITED BABBLER Stachyris oglei Ssp. obuensis of 1222 Plate 75(20) 75(19) 75(16) 75(15) 75(17) 75(18) 74(18) 1222.

1832. 1834. 1836. 1837. 1838. 1839. 1841. EUROPEAN NUTHATCH Sitta europaea cashmirensis EUROPEAN NUTHATCH Sitta europaea nagaensis CHESTNUTBELLIED NUTHATCH Sitta castanea WHITECHEEKED NUTHATCH Sitta leucopsis WHITETAILED NUTHATCH Sitta himalayensis ROCK NUTHATCH Sitta tephronota BEAUTIFUL NUTHATCH Sitta formosn VELVETFRONTED NUTHATCH Sitta fiontalis WALL CREEPER 7Fchodroma muraria SPOTTED GREY CREEPER Salpornis spilonotos Plate 73(4) 73(1) 73(3) 73(6) 73(2) 73(5) 73(8) 7x7) 73(9) 73(14) Family CERTHIIDAE: Tree Creepers Small arboreal birds with plumage chiefly brown to black above and white, grey or buff below.

961. Ssp. fenltirostris of 954 BLACKHEADED ORIOLE Oriolus xanthornus MAROON ORIOLE Oriolus traillii 63(6) 63(4) 63(7) Family DICRURIDAE: Drongos Pugnacious arboreal birds. Plumage chiefly black or grey. Eyes reddish brown or red in most species. Bill stout, hooked and notched. Legs short, toes and claws stout, the latter curved and needle-sharp. Wings long; tail variable: medium to extremely long and deeply forked, some with projecting spatula-tipped 'wires'. Sexes alike. Flight swift and agile.

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