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This video is called Birds of India – Bulbuls, Thrushes, Starlings.

From The Telegraph in Calcutta, India:

Experts flock to count feathered friend populace

– Sighting of 35 species, 550 birds in a day makes city hotspot for keen watchers

PIYUSH KUMAR TRIPATHI

Zoom in your telescopes, bird-watchers, the ultimate nature’s theatre is within the city limits.

Ornithologists have identified bird-watching sites around Patna that could be a delight for those who are fond of watching them closely. Species, including Lesser Whistling Duck, Osprey, Brown Shrike, Indian Cormorant, White Breasted Kingfisher, Bronze-Winged Jacana and Purple Moorhen can be seen in sufficient numbers at several low-lying areas around the capital. At present, bird-watchers from Patna travel all the way to Begusarai’s Kabar Lake and Gidhi Lake in Nalanda to watch the feathered friends.

A team of experts from the state and Hasko Nesemann, a German…

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