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The Grey (Himalayan) Treepie Pictures and Detail (Dendrocitta formosae)

The Grey (Himalayan) Treepie The Grey (Himalayan) Treepie Pictures and Detail (Dendrocitta formosae ) This is second Treepie whom I captured through my camera. Earlier it was Rufous Treepie ,  a Specie of Treepie from the plains. In India, we can find many geographically different regions; therefore, we see differences in birds too. The Himalayan ranges cross through the Northern and Eastern part of India; therefore, we find here many Himalayan birds. Grey Treepie is one of such bird which is also known as Himalayan Treepie . Unlike Rufous Treepie, these birds don't have a melodious voice and they look silent in nature. Grey Treepie from Back Like Rufous Treepie , Grey Treepie is also a bird of the crow family. These birds are found in the all geographical areas from foothills to higher peaks of Himalaya . Grey Treepie is basically an Asian Treepie. These birds are found from Northern India to Taiwan, including countries like China, Nepal, Myanmar.  Ther

The Rufous Treepie Pictures and Detail (Dendrocitta Vagabunda) Beautiful Long Tailed Bird

Rufous Treepie The Rufous Treepie (Dendrocitta Vagabunda) Pictures and Detail (Beautiful Long Tailed Bird)  The first time, I saw Rufous Treepie was when I followed its musical calls. I was sitting in my room and I heard sweet musical calls of a bird; therefore, I decided to move out and capture its pictures.  This was my first encounter with Rufous treepie and it resulted in the picture above. The best thing, I found about this bird was its great musical calls which make it easy for you to feel its presence. Rufous Treepie Drinking Water The Rufous Treepie is one of the common birds of the crow (Corvidae) family. I mostly found this bird alone and it doesn't seem to be afraid of humans much.  A bird with very Sweet Voice (Rufous Treepie) The best way to recognize Rufous Treepie is through its long tail and loud musical calls. I like their musical calls and enjoy them when one such bird is around. However, the problem with Rufous Treepie is