Last weekend I visited Margalla Hills National Park for Birding and following birds I observed and photographed.
The long-tailed shrike or rufous-backed shrike is a member of the bird family the shrikes. They are found widely distributed across Asia and there are variations in plumage across the range.
The black-rumped flameback, also known as the lesser golden-backed woodpecker or lesser goldenback, is a woodpecker found widely distributed in the subcontinent.
The long-tailed minivet found in southern and south-eastern Asia where it occurs in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand, and Vietnam.
The isabelline wheatear is a small passerine bird. It is a migratory bird.
The white-cheeked bushtit, also known as the white-cheeked tit. It is found in Afghanistan, Kashmir region, and Pakistan.
The jungle myna is a myna, a member of the starling family. It is found patchily distributed across much of the mainland of the Subcontinent.
The rose-ringed parakeet, also known as the ring-necked parakeet, is a medium-sized parrot and is found in Margalla hills.
The black bulbul, also known as the Himalayan black bulbul or Asian black bulbul. It is found in southern Asia from Pakistan, India east to southern China.
The crested lark is a species of lark distinguished from the other 81 species of lark by the crest of feathers that rise up in territorial or courtship displays and when singing. Common to mainland Europe, the birds can also be found in northern Africa and in parts of western Asia and China.
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