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Brahminy Kite (Juvenile)

Haliastur indus

Description:

The brahminy kite is distinctive and contrastingly coloured, with chestnut plumage except for the white head and breast and black wing tips. The juveniles are browner, but can be distinguished from both the resident and migratory races of black kites in Asia by the paler appearance, shorter wings, and rounded tail. The pale patch on the underwing carpal region is of a squarish shape and separated from Buteo buzzards.

Habitat:

Near rivers,lakes.

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Karnataka, India

Spotted on May 5, 2013
Submitted on Aug 18, 2017

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