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24 news items

The New Indian Express

The New Indian Express
Tue, 06 Oct 2015 14:56:15 -0700

Some of the common raptors found in the city include white-eyed buzzard, black-winged kite, Indian spotted eagle, shikra, osprey, booted eagle and common kestrel. The society is also in talks with the forest department of the state to carry out a more ...
 
Times of India
Wed, 19 Aug 2015 02:47:19 -0700

Some of the rare birds that can be spotted at the park are Asian paradise flycatcher, Indian eagle owl, white-eyed buzzard, sirkeer malkoha, yellow eyed babbler, purple sunbird, Eurasian cuckoo, blue rock thrush, Indian robin, Indian peafowl and ...
 
Times of India
Sun, 20 Sep 2015 18:30:57 -0700

Short-toed snake eagle, white-eyed buzzard, red-headed falcon, black-winged kite, Indian spotted eagle, black kite, oriental honey buzzards and shikra are some of the resident and common raptors in the city, the team members said. Migrant birds include ...

India Today

India Today
Sat, 28 Nov 2015 22:11:15 -0800

The drive through the grasslands gave us a chance to spot the imperial eagle, greater spotted eagle, tawny eagle, white-eyed buzzard, red-headed falcon and laggar falcon. At the wetlands, we spotted the flamingo, pelican, ibis and spoonbill. In the ...

Hindustan Times

Hindustan Times
Sat, 04 Jul 2015 09:56:40 -0700

The night may fade away star by star. But much before stars light up the early night, it is the fireflies that emerge out of the crevices of deepening darkness and lend a glitter. Fireflies have been nearly banished by the glare of city lights but in ...

The Hindu

The Hindu
Sat, 21 Feb 2015 16:11:15 -0800

Interesting in the birds sighted by Mr Santharam are the White-eyed Buzzard, White-throated Kingfisher, Oriental Honey Buzzard and the Blue-throated flycatcher. Futile search. Meanwhile, birdwatchers in Vijayawada city made a futile search for the ...

The Hindu

The Hindu
Thu, 19 Feb 2015 16:00:40 -0800

... V Santharam and members of the Institute of Bird Studies, Rishi Valley, documented over 100 species at Rishi Valley School. Interesting in the birds sighted by Mr Santharam are the White-eyed Buzzard, White-throated Kingfisher, Oriental Honey Buzzard.

Inter Press Service

Inter Press Service
Wed, 03 Apr 2013 02:34:00 -0700

Falcon trappers attach balls of nylon and feathers to the feet of smaller birds like kestrels, Laggar Falcons and white-eyed buzzard. Mistaking these contraptions for prey, larger falcons sink their talons into the “bait”, causing both birds to tumble ...
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