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Thu, 28 Apr 2016 07:26:15 -0700

We are following the call of a black francolin. Along the way, we see mynahs, starlings and pied bushchat—common birds, ones that he has probably seen thousands of times. But still he pauses, takes out his Olympus binoculars and checks them out. “Wow!


Thu, 07 Jan 2016 02:41:15 -0800

Black francolin, being the most striking bird for its plumage, is a resident bird of low-lying regions of Azerbaijan. Francolins live in the valley of the Kura River in Salyan, and other regions. The number of francolins periodically changes in ...

Audubon Magazine Blog

Audubon Magazine Blog
Mon, 16 Nov 2015 10:51:27 -0800

Plain Chachalaca 142 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Chukar 121 (ID, Challis; NV, Fallon), Gray Francolin 29 (HI, Moloka'i: Kualapu'u), Black Francolin 21 (HI, Moloka'i: Kualapu'u), Erckel's Francolin 14 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona & Hawai'i: Volcano), Gray ...

India Today

India Today
Thu, 18 Feb 2016 02:18:45 -0800

Haryana's state symbols are Black Francolin (Bird), Black Buck (Mammal), Lotus (Flower) and Peepal (Tree). Haryana is one of the wealthiest states of India and the state has the second highest per capita income in India. Since the year 2000, Haryana ...

Honolulu Civil Beat

Honolulu Civil Beat
Fri, 16 Oct 2015 20:22:30 -0700

There are bag limits for ring-necked pheasant (common and blue variety), Erckel's francolin, black francolin, gray francolin, chukar partridge, barred dove and spotted dove. Learn more here about licenses and where bird hunting is allowed on each island.

In-Cyprus (press release) (subscription) (blog)

In-Cyprus (press release) (subscription) (blog)
Sun, 01 Nov 2015 01:13:29 -0700

Sunday, November 1 marks the beginning of the hunting season for sedentary game (hare, partridge, francolin). Given the large number of hunters expected to dash out on Sunday, the possibility of hunting accidents is significantly increased. The Cyprus ...

Economic Times

Economic Times
Sun, 13 Dec 2015 15:28:45 -0800

... that Aravali grasslands are home to 24 species of perennial grasses, 89 species of annual grasses and 129 species of dicots, including 56 legumes, which are important for the survival of bird species, including Haryana's state bird, the Black ...

Hindustan Times

Hindustan Times
Wed, 25 Nov 2015 01:53:21 -0800

The birds spotted here include the purple sunbird, common stonechat, black francolin, common babbler, common tailorbird, plain prinia, white-breasted kingfisher, oriental turtle-dove and common hoopoe, among others. To get a clear count of the avian ...

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