Indian Golden Oriole
Tickell's Blue Flycatcher
Birds are amongst the most abundant group in vertebrates in our environment. They inhabit almost all places on earth! One does not have to visit a forest to see birds. We see birds even outside our homes and offices. Even green pockets in the concrete jungle can support a variety and abundance of birds. Let us take a look at some of the birds that are sighted on HBCSE campus, Mumbai.
Click/Tap on the bird to listen to its call!
Many of these birds are commonly found across the country. So keep an eye and ear out for them!
This website has been made as an interactive educational resource for those who curious about birds and want to take up bird-watching and the nuances of it.
Disclaimer: Do not use these audio clips as "playback" calls to attract birds as this is an unethical practice.
Looking forward to your feedback and suggestions!
Inspired by: Discover the River
Concept by: Ravi Sinha & Adithi Muralidhar
Designed by: Ravi Sinha
Source Code: Here
Image Credits: Adithi Muralidhar (clicked in and around HBCSE campus)
Thanks to Ashish Singh for deployment support
Source: Xeno-Canto| (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
Ashy Drongo - Yogesh Patel
White-spotted Fantail - Vinay Rajwade
Common Tailorbird- Dhruba Saikia
Purple-rumped Sunbird - Rajan Pilakandy
Scaly-breasted Munia- Mandar Bhagat
Common Myna- Rajgopal Patil
Indian Golden Oriole- Dhruba Saikia
Greater Coucal- Andrew Mascarenhas
Coppersmith Barbet- Dilip KG
House Crow- Dhruba Saikia
Asian Koel- Shashikant S Naik
Barn Owl- Colin Richardson
Feral Pigeon- Mike Nelson
Red-vented bulbul -Rajgopal Patil
Black Kite- Yogesh Patel
Source: Other | (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
Ashy Prinia- Ashwin Mohan
Indian White-eye- Ashwin Mohan
Red-whiskered Bulbul - Adithi Muralidhar
White throated Kingfisher- Adithi Muralidhar
Tickell's Blue Flycatcher- Adithi Muralidhar