Friday, December 25, 2015

Thick-billed Green-Pigeon

Thick-billed Green-Pigeon
Status of birds endemic to Thailand. Held in the family # Pigeons and doves (Columbidae).
Ekaeplga unique bird's beak is common. It has a bright red mouth. Cut the yellow Tuenๆ Half of the mouth that looks stout. There is also a leather strip around the green. Males differ from the female's wings are reddish purple. And a pale orange The individual feathers under the tail Ekaeplga common birds often live together in a big crowd. Watching them climb the branches to pinch lace balls into her mouth, then the narrative. In the meantime, slowly shook his tail back and forth. I see quite a lot. Nomadic lifestyle also help spread the plant to the point that it consumes far too much with them as reforestation is an important one. Habitat: evergreen forest, and sometimes found the park. Source of species distribution across the eastern region of the Indian subcontinent. And Southeast Asia Including Neo Borneo and Sumatra of Indonesia.

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