Green brown furry headed bird with red beak

by Akshay Agarwal
(Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India)

Green brown headed bird

Green brown headed bird

I woke up this morning and found this bird lifeless in my backyard.

Since it had already died I couldn't help. Still I'd like to identify it.
It had a greenish parrot like body with a furry brown head with white patches and a red beak. I'm attaching a photograph for assistance in identification. Thank you

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Nov 27, 2013
Looks like barbet NEW
by: AnindyaB

coppersmith barbet

Dec 08, 2012
About green barbet NEW
by: Ribhav

It is here in our backyard day n night eating our bananas in dehradun.Please clarify the name.

Sep 08, 2012
it is identified as:
by: Anonymous

Large green barbet

please check the following link:

www.cse.iik.ac.in/user/amit/birds/(Common Birds of IIT Kanpur

Sep 01, 2012
I saw it too
by: Anonymous

I saw dis bird today in my backyard, clicked some pics too , Do u know its name ?

Jul 06, 2012
Ajnabi
by: Amarpreet Singh

I have seen this small bird sitting on Amaltas tree in July in Ludhiana.

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