South Indian birds - III : Waterfowl

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South Indian birds - III : Waterfowl:


Anseriformes is an order of birds that comprise waterfowl's including the ducks, geese, swans, coots, loons, grebes, and more
In continuation with South Indian birds - II : Small birds

Geese and ducks:
Spot-billed duck(55–63 cm) - Mysuru
Spot-billed duck(55–63 cm) - Mysuru
Cotton Pygmy-Goose or cotton teal (26 cm) female - Davangere
Cotton Pygmy-Goose or cotton teal (26 cm) female - Davangere
Cotton Pygmy-Goose or cotton teal (26 cm) male - Davangere
Cotton Pygmy-Goose or cotton teal (26 cm) male - Davangere
Crakes and rails:
Purple Swamphen(38–50 cm) - Mysuru
Purple Swamphen(38–50 cm) - Mysuru
White-breasted waterhen(32 cm) - Mysuru
White-breasted waterhen(32 cm) - Mysuru
Common Moorhen(30-38 cm) - Bengaluru
Common Moorhen(30-38 cm) - Bengaluru
Common coot(32–42 cm) - Hebbal, Bengaluru
Common coot(32–42 cm) - Hebbal, Bengaluru
Grebe's:
Little Grebe or dabchick (23 to 29 cm) - Davangere
Little Grebe or dabchick (23 to 29 cm) - Davangere

CLICK below for more on this post:
South Indian birds - I : Perching birds
South Indian birds - I : Perching birds-2
South Indian birds - II : Small birds
South Indian birds - IV : Waders
South Indian birds - V : Aequornithes

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