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|tawny: कपिश बभ्रुपीताभ|
|eagle: गरुड़ गरूड़ गिद्ध|
tawny eagle meaning in Hinditawny eagle sentence in Hindi
- The lammergeier, dark chanting goshawk and tawny eagle are all close to being extirpated in Morocco.
- African wild cats, black-backed jackals, black eagles, martial eagles and tawny eagles target juveniles.
- His time there was not without incident-in November 1964 one of the tawny eagles flew off into a wood and was killed by a man out shooting.
- The bird, an African tawny eagle named Nikki, is part of a " Birds of Prey " demonstration at the Georgia Renaissance Festival near Fairburn in south Fulton County.
- It was once considered to be closely related to the non-migratory tawny eagle ( " Aquila rapax " ) and the two forms have previously been treated as conspecific.
- The saker falcon ( " Falco cherrug " ) has been recorded in literature but the tawny eagle ( " Aquila rapax " ) and other falcons such as the laggar ( " Falco jugger " ) also prey on these lizards.
- Tal Chappar Sanctuary comes alive with the chirping of various migratory birds including Montagur's, marsh harrier, pale harrier, imperial eagle, tawny eagle, short toed eagle, sparrow hawk, skylark, crested lark, ring drove, brown dove, blue jay, green bee eaters, black ibis and demoiselle cranes.
- These include grey-headed kingfisher, sunbirds, bee-eaters, Marabou stork, tawny eagle, Verreaux's eagle, bateleur, vulturine guineafowl, yellow-necked spurfowl, lilac-breasted roller, secretary bird, superb starling, northern red-billed hornbill, yellow-billed hornbill, and various vultures including the palm-nut vulture.
- During September, the Tal Chappar wild life sanctuary comes alive with the chirping of various migratory birds including montagur's, marsh harrier, pale harrier, imperial eagle, tawny eagle, short toed eagle, sparrow hawk, skylark, crested lark, ring drove, brown dove, blue jay, green bee eaters, black ibis and demoiselle cranes.
- The birdlife here is varied with many records of blue flycatcher, blue-spotted wood dove, harrier hawk, bat hawk, baglafecht weaver, tawny eagle, purple grenadier, sunbird, yellow-billed stork, hadada ibis, African citril, cape turtle dove, paradise flycatcher, yellow white eye, white-browed robin chat, black-headed gonolek, black kite among others.