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Re: [birdsofbombay] Listing the birds found between diva to kalyan

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  • Ritesh Bagul
    Hi rajesh.. U mean Grey wagtail instead of great wagtail?? Ur list misses purple sunbird..Loten?? TC Regards Ritesh
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 1, 2007
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      Hi rajesh..

      U mean Grey wagtail instead of great wagtail??
      Ur list misses purple sunbird..Loten??

      TC

      Regards
      Ritesh


      On 7/31/07, rajesh sachdev <leopardguy@...> wrote:
      > presenting the bird list between diva and dombivli.comments welcomed.
      >
      > Little cormorant
      > indian cormorant
      > Little heronCattle egret
      > Little egret
      > cattle egret
      > Asian open bill
      > Lesser whistling duck
      > Garganey
      > Common teal
      > Brahminy kite
      > Eurasian marsh harrier
      > White breasted waterhen
      > Purple swamphen
      > Common moorhen
      > Common coot
      > Black winged stilt
      > Common KF
      > White throat ed KF
      > Wire tailed swllow
      > Yellow wagtail
      > Great wagtail
      > Shikra
      > Crested serpent eagle
      > Laughing dove
      > Plum headed parakeet
      > Jungle owlet
      > Indian grey hornbill
      > Brown headed barbet
      > Rufous woodpecker
      > Common Iora
      > Red whiskered bulbul
      > Pale billed flowerpacker
      > Lotens sunbird
      > Black shouldered Kite
      > Booted eagle
      > Red wattled lapwing
      > Spotted dove
      > Black drongo
      > Pied cuckoo
      > Greater coucal
      > Green bee eater
      > Long tailed shrike
      > Asian pied starling
      > Ashy prinia
      > plain prinia
      > Indian robbin
      > Black kite
      > barn owl
      > Spotted owlet
      > Rose ringed parakeet
      > alxandrine parakeet
      > Oriental magpie robbin
      > coppersmith barbett
      > Common tailorbird
      >
      > besides birds. the following mammals were also sighted in last eight months.
      >
      > common mongoose
      > three stripped squirrel
      >
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    • Rajesh Sachdev
      ritesh u r right, it is grey wagtail,,and the purple sunbird i am yet to see. Ritesh Bagul wrote: Hi
      Message 2 of 4 , Aug 1, 2007
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        ritesh u r right, it is grey wagtail,,and the purple sunbird i am yet to see.

        Ritesh Bagul <rkbagul@...> wrote: Hi rajesh..

        U mean Grey wagtail instead of great wagtail??
        Ur list misses purple sunbird..Loten??

        TC

        Regards
        Ritesh
      • rajesh sachdev
        Today , i went at the same place for more details of the birds, specailly watre birds...here is the update 1) Black crown Nigt heron 2) Little egret 3) Small
        Message 3 of 4 , Aug 2, 2007
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          Today , i went at the same place for more details of the birds, specailly
          watre birds...here is the update
          1) Black crown Nigt heron
          2) Little egret
          3) Small Blue KF
          4) White throated KF
          5) Indian Robbin ( M & F)
          6) Lesser Pied KF
          and many more listed in earlier mail

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