Common Iora, Photo: Maroof Rana
ফটিক জল / তৌফিক
Aegithina tiphia , (Linnaeus, 1758)
|রাজ্য / Kingdom:||Animalia|
|বর্গ / Order:||Piciformes|
|পরিবার / Family:||Aegithinidae|
|গন / Genus:||Aegithina|
|প্রজাতি / Species:||A. tiphia|
- Kawsar Mostafa
- Masud Mushfiq Zaman
- Maroof Rana
- Ikbal H. Babu
- Shaiful Islam Sourav
- Sadat Amin Khan
- A.N.M Aminoor Rahman
- Showkat Shuvro
- Mofazzal Hoque Dewan
- Dr.Mahabubur Rahman Munna
- Abdul Fattah
It’s a small bird living in the high canopy. Breeding adult male is uniformly black to black mixed with yellow on the upper part and rich yellow below with white wing bars.
Non-breeding male has greenish underparts, black wings with white wingbar. Female is as like the non-breeding male.
Its bill is blue-grey, slate blue-grey legs and feet.It has variety of calls, most commonly whistling “twiii-tuiii-twiiii”.
Distribution: Throughout Southeast Asia in wooded areas, scrub, cultivated lands and open forests.
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