The Yellow-footed Green pigeon is also called Yellow-legged Green pigeon. It is native to Indian subcontinent, and is a state bird of Maharashtra state. In Marathi, it is called Hariyal.
They feed on fruits. They forage in flocks and are found in dense forests. Click to read more at Wikipedia
Photo taken at: Tadoba National Park, Maharashtra
Bronzed Drongo is an Indo-Malayan bird belonging to the Drongo family. They are found in the forests of the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. They are found singly or in a group of two or three. They feed on insects.
In India, they are found in the western and eastern ghats of India and lower Himalayas from western Uttaranchal to eastwards into Indochina, Malay peninsula. Read more at Wikipedia.
Photo Taken at: Shoranur, Kerala
White Browed Fantail belongs to the order of passerine birds. They are found across South east Asian and the Indian subcontinent. They are found in India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Cambodia and so on.
They feed on insects, and are found fanning their tail while moving in the bushy undergrowth.
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Photo Clicked at: Tadoba National Park, Maharashtra
Great Horned Owl is found in North America. It is also called as the tiger owl or hoot owl. It can camouflage itself well and feeds on rodents,mice, rabbits and hares and other mid-sized mammals, reptiles and other invertebrates. Their horns are neither ears nor horns but only tufts of feathers.
They are the most adaptable owls, can be found in forests, swamps, urban areas, deserts, rocky coasts and so on. Read more at Wikipedia
Photo taken at: Blue Mountain, ON, Canada