indian bird dont know its name

by Nik
(India, Nagpur )




Small, black feathers, hair of head are spike type, mimic your whistle

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Jul 30, 2016
Thank you for explaining NEW
by: Margaret Mariam

If the bird is doing well, it may not want to leave. Since it is fully feathered, it should be starting to fly very soon. But it may decide to stay with you. Let us know if/when it takes flight!
Did you name it ?

Jul 30, 2016
bird is found in hands of kids who r beggers india NEW
by: nik

Begger kids said they found bird on road in india there r no shelter home for bird nor veterinary doctor take care bird. Bird is so young when he will be grodwn up he always have his door open to fly in the sky

Jul 30, 2016
bird is found in hands of kids who r beggers india NEW
by: nik

Begger kids said they found bird on road in india there r no shelter home for bird nor veterinary doctor take care bird. Bird is so young when he will be grown up he always have his door open in the sky

Jul 19, 2016
indian bird dont know its name NEW
by: Brook

Is the bird injured? It should be released back into the wild unless it's injured. It looks very young and it is imperative for the bird's survival that you put it back as close as possible to where you found it, the parents will come back to take care of it. I can't see it's feet well but the bill looks like that of a duck.

Jul 17, 2016
Is the bird in your house ? NEW
by: Margaret Mariam

Correction: Why is the bird inside your house ?

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