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Jungle babbler (Turdoides striata) Featured Related Images Image

Jungle babbler (Turdoides striata)

Jungle babbler (Turdoides striata), also called Seven sisters bird as it forages in small groups of six to ten. Pench National Park, Madhya Pradesh, India

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Animal, Animals, Aves, Babbler, Bird, Birds, Buff Colour, Fauna, Gregarious, India, Indian Subcontinent, Laughingthrush, Leiothricidae, Passeriformes, Passerine, Perching Bird, Sentinel, Seven Sisters Bird, Social, Songbird, Striated Babbler, Striated Jungle Babbler, Turdoides, Turdoides Striatus, Urban Wildlife, White Headed Babbler, White Headed Jungle Babbler, Wildlife

Turdoides subrufus, rufous babbler Featured Related Images Image

Turdoides subrufus, rufous babbler

Plate 16, watercolour by Margaret Bushby Lascelles Cockburn from her Neilgherry birds and Miscellaneous, (1858)

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1829 1928, 19th Century, Anatomy, Animal, Animals, Aves, Babbler, Bird, Birds, Branch, Breast, Calling, Cockburn, Forehead, Grey, Illustration, Leiothrichidae, Long, Margaret Bushby La Cockburn, Margaret Bushby Lascelles, Nineteenth Century, Orange, Passeriformes, Passerine, Perched, Perching, Red, Rufous, Rufous Babbler, Sauropsid, Sauropsida

Lanius Erythropterus, Himalayan Shrike-babbler. Birds from the Himalaya Mountains Featured Related Images Image

Lanius Erythropterus, Himalayan Shrike-babbler. Birds from the Himalaya Mountains

Lanius Erythropterus, Himalayan Shrike-babbler. Birds from the Himalaya Mountains, engraving 1831 by Elizabeth Gould and John Gould. John Gould was working as a taxidermist, he was known as the bird-stuffer, by the Zoological Society. Gould's fascination with birds from the east began in the late 1820s when a collection of birds from the Himalayan mountains arrived at the Society's museum and Gould conceived the idea of publishing a volume of imperial folio sized hand-coloured lithographs of the eighty species, with figures of a hundred birds. Elizabeth Gould made the drawings and transferred them to the large lithographic stones. They are called Gould plates

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