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nightingale spoken of in Persian poetry

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Our results were consistent with those of the Hong Kong Breeding Bird Survey in 1993-1996, which determined the most widespread bird species in urban areas, including Eurasian Tree Sparrows, Spotted Doves (Spilopelia chinensis), Light-vented Bulbuls, Oriental Magpie-Robins (Copsychus saularis), Japanese White-eyes, Crested Mynas (Acridotheres cristatellus), and Red-whiskered Bulbuls (Carey et al.
Similarly, the sweet chirping of bulbuls and pigeons coming from rooftops, courtyards of villas, balconies of apartment flats and from the outer portion of air-conditioners painstakingly reminds us of a blissful autumn morning.
Some people are catching wild species such as bulbuls for breeding and this is also having an impact.
Hajo (Guwahati), Jan 15 (ANI): The Hayagriva Madhav temple at Hajo in Kamrup district of Assam has kept alive the centuries old tradition of fight between Bulbuls, the birds also known as songbirds.
He and colleagues found the birds, the bald-headed bulbuls (right), in the rugged limestone belt of central Laos and named it Pycnonotus hualon in the July Forktail.
Other studies have detected coronaviruses that are genetically distinct from IBV in wild birds, including graylag geese (Anser anser), rock doves (Columba livia), mallards (Anas platyrhynchos), Chinese bulbuls (Pycnonotus sinensis), red-whiskered bulbuls (Pycnonotus jocosus), gray-backed thrushes (Turdus hortulorum), blackbirds (Turdus merula), white-rumped munias (Lonchura striata), and scaly-breasted munias (Lonchura punctulata) (6,7).
The hotel's gardens are a birdwatchers' paradise with little brightred Madagascar fodys, Indian mynahs and tufted bulbuls all noisily flitting among the palm and mango trees.
for birds: pigeons, cuckoos, hornbills, bulbuls, babblers, flycatchers, spiderhunters, and flowerpeckers; for mammals: treeshrews, monkeys, squirrels, and civets) with some exceptions (e.
His mission is to preserve this sanctuary and he is delighted to invite visitors to follow his unobtrusive trails through the rainforest and discover the rare white-bellied sea eagle, the Brahminy Kite, the Peregrine Falcon, the crested Goshawk and many species of owls, cuckoos, kingfishers, bulbuls and hornbills.
In parts of their introduced ranges, bulbuls feed on a variety of cultivated plants and thus are in direct conflict with humans (Islam and Williams 2000).
They kill indigenous bird species like warblers, resident bulbuls and laughing doves, which, if unstopped, can become endangered," Dr Reza Khan, specialist, wildlife and zoo management, Public Parks and Horticulture Department of Dubai Municipality, told Gulf News.
Now though, the tree is starting into growth again and the bees and sparrows are back, along with palm doves and no doubt they will be joined later by White-cheeked Bulbuls.
The two sites studied in and near Silent Valley are "disturbed" areas, and bird species composition reflects this with bulbuls, babblers, and bush-chats recorded as common.
In Muscat Indian Rollers, Little Green Beeeaters, Yellow-vented Bulbuls, Graceful Prinias and Purple Sunbirds can be seen at any time of the year.
The park was full of pigeons, sunbirds, tailorbirds, ioras, trillers, woodswallows, munias, babblers, and bulbuls, and I had no clue how to identify any of them.