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Old Saturday 14th October 2017, 04:53   #1
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Id Help - Bagadogra

Request Id help for birds clicked in Bagdogra, West Bengal, India

1) White-throated Fantail?
2) Jungle Owlet
3) Brown Shrike?
4) Brown Shrike?
5) Great Hornbill?
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First three are OK, I'd have to check the other Shrike, Hornbill is Grey not Great.


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I think 4 is a 1st-winter Brown Shrike.

5 is a difficult image but if you look closely, it's grey all over with darker flight feathers, it clearly has a casque, even if a small one, a broad white trailing edge and a long graduated tail, so it must be Indian Grey Hornbill.

Agree on 1-3.

EDIT: No possibility of confusion with Malabar Grey Hornbill anyway.

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First three are OK, I'd have to check the other Shrike, Hornbill is Grey not Great.


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I think 4 is a 1st-winter Brown Shrike.

5 is a difficult image but if you look closely, it's grey all over with darker flight feathers, it clearly has a casque, even if a small one, a broad white trailing edge and a long graduated tail, so it must be Indian Grey Hornbill.

Agree on 1-3.

EDIT: No possibility of confusion with Malabar Grey Hornbill anyway.
Thanks. Have attached another image of the Hornbill. Can you check if it helps?
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Thanks. Have attached another image of the Hornbill. Can you check if it helps?
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