Butterflies are flying insects with small bodies, huge multicolored wings, three body sections (head, thorax, abdomen), six legs, and antennae.
The Indian Peafowl, scientifically known as Pavo cristatus, also called the common peafowl or Blue Peafowl, is a magnificent and iconic bird species native to the Indian subcontinent. It is a magnificent bird and the national bird of India. Indian peafowls, also known as peacocks (males) and peahens (females), are a notable avian species characterized by their size and vibrant plumage. Peafowl are some of the biggest flying birds. Emus, ostriches, and other big birds are bigger than chickens, but they can’t fly. They are among the largest birds in the Phasianidae family, second in size only to the wild turkey. The bluer, or Indian Peacock (Pavo cristatus), which lives in India and Sri Lanka, and the green, or Javanese, peacock (P. muticus), which lives from Myanmar (Burma) to Java, are the two most easily recognizable types of peafowl. The Congo peacock, or Afropavo congensis, was discovered in 1936. It lives in the forests of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. When a single feather was found in 1913, the search for it began. Here is some information about the Indian peafowl:
Asian openbill stork (Anastomus oscitans) is a large wading bird in stork family Ciconiidae, found mainly in the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia.
Green Bee Eater is now three different kinds of birds. These are the Asian green bee-eater, African green bee-eater, and Arabian green bee-eater.
Black Drongo Birds, small passerines, breed in tropical southern Asia from southwest Iran east through India, Sri Lanka, southern China, and Indonesia.
Kingfisher bird also known as White throated Kingfisher are widely distributed in Asia from Turkey east through the Indian subcontinent to the Philippines.
Purple sunbird (Cinnyris asiaticus) is a small sunbird. Like other sunbirds they feed mainly on nectar, although they will also take insects, especially when feeding young
Purple-rumped Sunbird, or Leptocoma zeylonica, or Moutusi Bird in Bengali, is a type of sunbird that is only found in the Indian Subcontinent.
Woodpecker birds belong to the family Picidae, which includes over 200 species worldwide. There are members of this family all over the world, with the exception of Australia, New Guinea, New Zealand, Madagascar, and the extreme polar regions. These species are known to live in forests or woodland habitats.
Psilopogon haemacephalus, a Coppersmith Barbet bird with a crimson forehead and throat, is recognized for its rhythmic call, which resembles a coppersmith hammering metal.
Pin Valley National Park is situated in the Spiti Valley, within the Lahaul and Spiti districts of Himachal Pradesh, India. Nestled in the northern reaches of the country, this park boasts snow-covered landscapes and untouched slopes, providing a natural habitat for various endangered species, including the elusive Snow Leopard and the Siberian Ibex. While the park is home to a diverse range of wildlife, it is the rare snow leopard that draws visitors from across India to witness this enigmatic creature. Approximately 12 big cats, along with other species such as the Siberian Ibex, Bharal, Weasel, Red Fox, Marten, Woolly Hare, Tibetan Gazzle, Himalayan Marmot, Blue Sheep, Himalayan Brown Bear, and Himalayan Black Bear, inhabit the park. The park’s altitude ranges from over 6,000 meters at its highest point to about 3,500 meters. Here are some key points about Pin Valley:
Grey Pelican or Spot-Billed Pelican is 49–60 inches long, weighs 4.1–6 kg, has a wingspan of 213–250 cm, and a big beak between 285 and 355 mm in length.