Showing posts with the label Himalayan Bird

Crimson Sunbird (Aethopyga siparaja) Pictures and Detail

A Beautiful Crimson Sunbird  In this picture, we can see white dots on the neck of this variety from Himachal Pradesh. Crimson Sunbird (Aethopyga siparaja) Pictures and Detail Some birds simply surprise you with their presence and Crimson Sunbird is one of them. Those people who have seen this bird, they know exactly what I am talking.  It is very hard to imagine that a so small bird can look so beautiful. Crimson Sunbird is a very small bird or we can say a tiny bird; however, nature has given this bird very attractive look and colors.  Sometimes, Crimson Sunbird is mistaken as a hummingbird by people who saw it for the first time. I feel very lucky because I got a chance to see it and took some of its pictures.  During one of my visits to the Kangra district in Himachal Pradesh, this bird suddenly came in front of me like he was saying me to take its pictures. I was also looking for this option so I immediately took some of its pictures.  Crimson Sun

The Himalayan Bulbul (Pycnonotus leucogenys) or White Cheeked Bulbul Pictures and Detail

Himalayan Bulbul with Wild Cherry The Himalayan Bulbul (Pycnonotus leucogenys)  ( Click to Tweet ) Around my native village in the Baijnath Town of Himachal Pradesh, it is very common to see Himalayan Bulbul birds. I love their sweet voice and beautiful look. I love to chase them with my camera whenever I visit my village. (updated 20-02-2020) Bulbul birds are very attentive birds and in the picture below, you can see a White Cheeked (Himalayan) Bulbul bird closing monitoring something. Also, check pictures of Red-Vented Bulbul ------ Download our Free App Beautiful Indian Birds  ----- The scientific name of Himalayan Bulbul is Pycnonotus leucogenys . These birds come under the category of songbirds because of their sweet voice. They belong to the Pycnonotidae family of birds. Mostly, we find these birds in pairs and sometimes in the groups.  Beautiful Pair of Himalayan Bulbul I love the god gifted hairstyle of these birds which is sharper in male Himalayan Bulb