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Upland Pipit

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Anthus sylvanus
Nepali Name:

Upland Pipit
Chobhar, Kathmandu, Nepal. 1270m. 5 November, 2016. Photo: Ashish Shrestha.

Bonelli’s Eagle

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Aquila fasciata
Nepali Name: मोरङ्गी चील (Morangi Cheel)

Notes:
1. Observed hunting from a perch during the current visit but does hunt on the wing.

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Common Greenshank

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Tringa nebularia
Nepali Name: टिमटिमा (Timtimaa)

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Oriental Honey-Buzzard

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Pernis ptilorhyncus
Nepali Name: मधुहा Madhuha

Notes:
1. Despite its name it has none of the behavior of the buzzards well except perhaps it has variable plumage.

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Verditer Flycatcher

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Eumyias thalassinus
Nepali Name: नीलतुथे अर्जुनक Niltuthe Arjunak

Notes:
1. The prettiest bird that heralds the coming of summer in Kathmandu. Goes to lower altitudes and southern India during the winters.
2. Evidently they get their color from the structure of the feathers rather than pigments. See: http://www.theguardian.com/science/grrlscientist/2011/dec/17/4
3. Unlike other flycatchers it changes posts rather frequently during its aerial forays.
4. Reacts to playback.

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Rufous-breasted Accentor

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Nepali Name: मुसे लेकचरी (Muse Lekchari)

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Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush

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Trochalopteron erythrocephalum
Nepali Name: कटुसटाउके तोरीगाँडा Katustauke Toriganda

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