Birds name in english and hindi with Images in this list will help you understand these birds better, especially if you are interested in keeping some as pets or are an ornithologist wanting to study them more closely.
Some are quite common while others are harder to find in your local area, but they’re all stunningly beautiful! All the birds name in English and Hindi listed here belong to the class Aves and the family of Accipitridae. Find more information on them below in the list of birds’ name in English and hindi with bird images.
In this post you will go through Birds name in english and hindi with pictures as well as top 10 Famous Birds that you might know.
What are Birds?
Birds are a type of animal that can fly. There are over 10,000 species of birds living on Earth today. Birds live on every continent except Antarctica. They live in various habitats such as forests, deserts, the Arctic tundra, and even the snow-covered Antarctic ice shelf.
Birds depend on their wings to provide them with a lift so they can spend most of their time soaring through the air without having to flap their wings very often.
The longest bird is the Andean Condor which has an eight-foot wing span! The smallest bird is a hummingbird which only weighs about as much as a nickel! All birds have feathers but not all feathers are alike. Some birds have different types of feathers while others don’t have any at all!
List of birds name in english and hindi
|1.||Pigeons/ Dove||कबूतर (Kabutar)|
|2.||Crane (क्रेन)||सारस (Saras)|
|3.||Crow (क्रो)||कौवा (kawaa)|
|4.||Cuckoo (कक्कू)||कोयल (Koyal)|
|5.||Duck (डक)||बतख़ (Batakh)|
|6.||Cock (कॉक)||मुर्गा (Murga)|
|7.||Hen (हेन)||मुर्गी (Murgi)|
|8.||Eagle (ईगल)||चील (Cheel)|
|9.||Kite (कीट||चील (Chil)|
|10.||Kingfisher (किंगफ़िशर)||राम चिरैया (Ram Chiraiya)|
|11.||Parrot (पैरट)||तोता (Tota)|
|12.||Sparrow (स्पैरो)||गौरेया (Goreya)|
|13.||Mynah (मैना)||मैना (Mynah)|
|14.||Owl (ऑऊल)||उल्लू (Ullu)|
|15.||Ostrich (ऑस्ट्रिच)||शुतरमुर्ग (Suturmurg)|
|16.||Peacock (पीकॉक)||मोर (Mor)|
|17.||Swan (स्वान)||हंस (Hans)|
|18.||Woodpecker (वुडपीकर)||कठफोड़वा (KanthPhodwa)|
|19.||Skylark (स्काईलार्क)||चकवा (Chakta)|
|21.||Pewit (पेवित)||टीटहरी (Tithari)|
|22.||Weaver (वीवर)||बयापक्षी (Baya)|
|23.||Raven (रैवेन)||काला कौआ (Kala Kauaa)|
|25.||Great Egret (ग्रेट इग्रेट)||बगुला (Bagula)|
|26.||Peahen (पिहेन)||मोरनी (Morni)|
|28.||Lark (लार्क)||चातक (Chatak)|
|29.||Blue jay (ब्लू जय)||नीलकंठ (Nilkanth)|
|30.||Heron (हेरॉन)||अंधा बगुला (Andha Bagula)|
|31.||Goose (गूस)||कलहंस, हंस पक्षी (Kalhans, Hans Pakshi)|
|33.||Indian Bush Lark||अगीया|
|34.||Painted Stork||कठसारंग/ जंघिल/ कंकरी|
|35.||Indian Robin (इंडियन रॉबिन)||काली चिड़ी (Kali chidi)|
|36.||Black Drongo||कोतवाल, भुजंग|
|39.||Crested Bunting||चिरटा, पत्थर चिड़िया|
|42.||Osprey (ओस्प्रे)||मछलीमार (Machalimar)|
|44.||Egyptian Vulture||सफ़ेद गिद्ध, गोबर गिद्ध|
|45.||Alexandrine Parakeet||सिकंदर, पहाड़ी तोता|
|46.||Indian Bush Lark||अगीया|
|47.||Black-Headed IBIS||कचाटोर, सफेद बाझ, मुंडा|
|48.||Eurasian Hobby (यूरेशियन)||कश्मिरी मोरास्सानी, धूती (Kashmiri moraassaani)|
|49.||Bat (बैट)||चमगादड़ (Chamagaadad)|
|50.||Grebe (ग्रीब)||पनडुब्बी पक्षी (pandubbi pakshi)|
|51.||Tailorbird (टेलरबर्ड )||दर्जी पक्षी (Darji pakshi)|
|52.||Yellow-Wattled Lapwing (येलो वाटलेंड लेपविंग)||पिले लटके हुए टीटी
(pile latake hue titi)
|53.||Avocet (एवोसेट)||कषीका (Kashika)|
|54.||Duckling (डुकलिंग)||मुर्गी का बच्चा (Murgi Ka Baccha)|
|55.||Gander (गैंडर)||नर हंस (Nar Hans)|
|56.||Cockatoo (कॉकटू)||काकातुआ, किंकिरात (Kakatua, Kikirat)|
|57.||Cygnet (सिगनेट)||हंस का बच्चा (Hans Ka Baccha)|
|58.||Drake (ड्रेक)||बत्तक (Batkh)|
|59.||Pelican (पेलिकन)||पेलिकन जलपक्षी (Pelican Jalpakshi)|
|60.||Cormorants (कोर्मोरंट्स)||पनकॉवा (Pancawa)|
|61.||Wagtail (वैगटेल)||खंजन (Khanjan)|
|62.||Bluebird (ब्लूबर्ड)||नीली चिड़िया (Nili Chidiya)|
|63.||Seagull (सीगल)||गंगा-चिल्ली (Ganga-chilli)|
|64.||Hoopoe (हुपोइ )||हुदहुद (Hudhud)|
|65.||Eider (ऐडर)||समुद्री बतख (Samundri Batakh)|
|66.||Sandpipe (सैंडपीप)||टिटिहरी (Titihari)|
|67.||Chick (चिक)||मुर्गी का बच्चा (Murgi Ka Baccha)|
|68.||Turkey Bird (टर्की)||पेरू पक्षी (Peru pakshi)|
|69.||Penguin (पेंगुइन)||पेंगुइन ( Penguin)|
|70.||swallow (स्वालो)||अबाबील (Ababil)|
|71.||Tercel bird / Male Falcon (तेरसल / मेल फाल्कन)||नर बाज (Narbaj)
|72.||loon (लून)||जल पक्षी (Jal Pakshi)|
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Indian Peacock (Mayura)
The Indian peacock is a member of the peafowl species found in India. The male has a long train of feathers running from its neck to the end of its tail. The female has no such train but does have a crest on her head.
They can live up to twenty-five years. Indian Peacocks are sexually dimorphic with females being smaller than males. Males are usually seen displaying their plumage while they court females by showing off their bright colors, erecting their feathers, putting their head back, and calling out loudly.
Females lay two to four eggs at a time which take about two months to hatch into chicks. Chicks become fully feathered within six months after hatching and start looking like an adult by around one year old.
Asian Koel (Eudynamys scolopacea)
Asian koel, also called the Asian drongo, is a bird found throughout Asia. The Asian koel’s name comes from the sound it makes which sounds like ko-ko-ko-ko (hence the name).
It is about 45 cm long and has a black head with white streaks. The breast of this bird is chestnut brown. The back of the bird is dark brown with white spots on its wings.
Great Indian Hornbill (Buceros bicornis)
The Great Indian Hornbill, also known as the Great Hornbill or Large Indian Hornbill, is a large bird found mainly in the rainforests of southern Asia. The hornbills are a family of birds belonging to Bucerotidae.
They are brightly coloured and have large beaks that act like nutcrackers by opening very wide to take large prey items such as fruit, insects, small mammals, lizards and other birds. Most species can fly but some are restricted to trees.
They nest mainly in holes dug into tree trunks but hornbills do not build nests; they tear apart rotten wood with their powerful bills looking for an appropriate hollow where they lay eggs on a bed of wood chips or feathers.
Brahminy Starling (Sturnus pagodarum)
The Brahminy Starling (Sturnus pagodarum) is a species of bird belonging to the starling family. It is found in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Indonesia. The adult male has a glossy black plumage with purplish-blue reflections on the head and neck. Females are slightly browner than males but have similar markings.
Juveniles have a whitish head with dark brown streaks. They often feed on the ground where they are easy to observe as they habitually walk slowly picking up food from among fallen leaves or making short flights after insects or snails that have been disturbed by rain or wind; they also fly considerable distances to hawking insects from vegetation at heights of up to 10 metres above ground level.
Green Pigeon (Treron capellei)
The Green Pigeon is a species of bird that lives in Southeast Asia. The green pigeon has been known to inhabit the islands of Sumatra, Java, Borneo, and Palawan; it has also been found on the island of Simeulue. The green pigeon is considered to be a near threatened species.
They are very sensitive to changes in their environment because they depend on small forest patches for food and nesting sites. In Indonesia, the bird’s population has declined by 50% since 1990 due to habitat loss from illegal logging.
Black Drongo (Dicrurus macrocercus)
The Black Drongo (Dicrurus macrocercus) is a bird of the drongo family Dicruridae. These are Old World tropics birds of the tropical forests, mangroves and savannas.
The Black Drongo has a long slender bill, a black head with blue-grey on the crown, and a forked tail. Adults have white patches on their wings which can be seen when they fly.
Red Wattled Lapwing (Vanellus indicus)
The red wattled lapwing is a medium sized bird found throughout Asia. The males are primarily white with black tips on the wings, while the females have a more mixed pattern of browns and grays.
They typically inhabit agricultural areas, mainly grasslands. They feed on insects which they find by running or hopping through the grasses. The red wattled lapwing lives an average of 16 years in captivity.
Blue Rock Pigeon/Rock dove (Columba livia)
The Blue Rock Pigeon also known as the Columba livia is a pigeon that is found in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, North America, South America and on many oceanic islands. It is often found around farms or urban areas where food scraps are readily available.
This bird feeds primarily on seeds but will eat insects when necessary. The best way to identify this species is by its dark blue color with white wing bars.
Crested Treeswift (Hemiprocne coronata)
The Crested Treeswift is a small, long-tailed bird that migrates south for the winter. It has a large head with a pointed crest, white cheeks, brownish wings, and a barred tail. The female is the smaller of the two sexes.
The Crested Treeswift spends most of its time on or near the ground, but often perches high up on branches to look for insects. The Crested Treeswift feeds on flying insects like termites, beetles, ants and bugs. They usually hunt while they are perched high up in trees waiting for prey to fly by.
Stonechat / Grey Chat / Kittiwake Chat (Saxicola torquatus)
Stonechat is a small passerine bird that breeds in northern Europe and Asia. It is the only member of the genus Saxicola (family Muscicapidae). The genus name derives from Latin saxum, meaning rock. The chat part of the name comes from Old French chatelei, meaning to sing; it is not related to English word chat, which also means to speak.
The stonechat builds a neat nest on or near the ground, lined with grasses and other soft material. The female typically lays 4-7 eggs, rarely more than 10. Male and female take turns incubating the eggs.
Are Birds Animals ?
Birds are animals that have feathers, wings, a beak, and no teeth. Birds can be found on every continent around the world except Antarctica.
Which Bird can speak about 800 different words ?
The African Grey Parrot is the only bird that can speak about 800 different words. It’s also a popular pet because of its intelligence and ability to be trained.
What do birds eat?
Birds eat a variety of foods depending on their species and habitat. Some birds eat seeds, fruits, nectar, and insects. Some birds eat fish, crustaceans, worms, and other aquatic animals. Some birds are scavengers and eat carrion. Some birds are predators and eat other small animals, such as insects, worms, lizards, and small mammals.
Some birds are specialized feeders, such as woodpeckers that feed on insects and grubs found in trees. Some birds also eat human-provided food, such as birdseed or breadcrumbs.
How do birds reproduce?
Birds reproduce by laying eggs, which are fertilized by a male bird. The eggs are incubated by the female or both parents, and once they hatch, the chicks are raised and fed by the adults. The reproductive process and behavior varies depending on the species of birds.
Some birds form monogamous pairs and both parents take care of the eggs and chicks, while other birds are polygamous and the females raise the chicks on their own. Some birds have elaborate courtship rituals, while others have simple mating behaviors. Some birds use nest to reproduce while others use burrows, cliffs, or other natural structures.
How do birds communicate with each other?
Birds communicate with each other using a variety of methods, including vocalizations, body language, and visual displays. Birds use vocalizations such as songs, calls, and whistles to communicate with each other. These vocalizations can be used for a variety of purposes, such as attracting a mate, defending territory, or warning of danger.
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Birds also use body languages and visual displays, such as postures, feather displays, and movements, to communicate with each other. These can be used for courtship, territorial displays, or aggressive behavior. Some birds also use chemical signals, such as pheromones, to communicate with each other.
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