Synonyms for necked_stork_ciconia_episcopus or Related words with necked_stork_ciconia_episcopus

stork_ciconia_abdimii_woolly              stork_ciconia_nigra_abdim              spotted_flufftail_sarothrura_pulchra              anastomus_lamelligerus_black              throated_robin_irania              bellied_bustard_eupodotis_senegalensis              savile_bustard              spermestes_cucullatus_black              stork_ciconia_ciconia_saddle              gutturalis_rufous_tailed              family_sarothruridae              africanus_rüppell_vulture_gyps              buff_spotted_flufftail              white_winged_redstart              bellied_bustard_lissotis_melanogaster              guifsobalito              redstart_phoenicurus_ochruros_common              nettapus_auritus_african              lophotis              headed_duck_oxyura              headed_lapwing_vanellus_albiceps              throated_tit              coucal_centropus_grillii              flufftails_order_gruiformes              hemprichii_pallas              sarothrura_elegans_red              fronted_nunbird              eyed_parakeet_psittacara              fronted_bee_eater              throated_canary_crithagra              stork_ciconia_ciconia              billed_barbet              mannikin_spermestes_bicolor_magpie              anastomus_oscitans              tailed_wheatear_oenanthe_leucopyga              mycteria_ibis_african_openbill              nigra_woolly              leucophthalmus_sooty_gull_ichthyaetus              throated_swift_aeronautes              collared_starling              collared_seedeater_sporophila_torqueola              throated_munia_euodice_malabarica              ortygospiza_atricollis_african_silverbill              phoenicurus_erythrogaster              merops_hirundineus              baza_aviceda_leuphotes              backed_vulture_gyps              saxicola_rubetra_european              merops_bullockoides_little              urochroa             

Examples of "necked_stork_ciconia_episcopus"
The order of Ciconiiformes is represented by birds like western reef heron ("Egretta gularis"), little egret ("Egretta garzetta"), woolly-necked stork ("Ciconia episcopus"), hammerkop ("Scopus umbretta"), squacco heron ("Ardeola ralloides"), little bittern ("Ixobrychus minutus"), Goliath heron ("Ardea goliath"), great egret ("Egretta alba", marabou ("Leptoptilos crumeniferus"), night heron ("Nycticorax nycticorax"), grey heron ("Ardea cinerea"), cattle egret ("Bubulcus ibis") and the sacred ibis ("Threskiornis aethiopicus"). With their long legs, this division of birds searches the river banks for food.
The diet of non-breeding birds is similar to that of breeding birds, but food items are more often taken from dry areas. White storks wintering in western India have been observed to follow blackbuck to capture insects disturbed by them. Wintering white storks in India sometimes forage along with the woolly-necked stork ("Ciconia episcopus"). Food piracy has been recorded in India with a rodent captured by a western marsh harrier appropriated by a white stork, while Montagu's harrier is known to harass white storks foraging for voles in some parts of Poland.
More than 71 different bird species, 14 reptile species and various mammal species are found in the island. Twenty-three bird species are classified as protected, including Pacific reef heron ("Egretta sacra"), woolly-necked stork ("Ciconia episcopus"), lesser adjutant ("Leptoptilos javanicus"), white-bellied sea eagle ("Haliaeetus leucogaster"), brahminy kite ("Haliastur indus"), and crested serpent eagle ("Spilornis cheela"). Several other protected mammal species include the black-spotted leopard ("Panthera pardus"), Javan muntjac ("Muntiacus muntjak") and Javan mouse deer ("Tragulus javanicus"). Four of six endemic primates in Java, namely Javan lutung ("Trachypithecus auratus"), the crab-eating macaque ("Macaca fascicularis"), Javan surili ("Presbytis comata"), and kukang ("Nycticebus" sp.), have been reported to live on the island.
Oriental white-backed vulture ("Gyps bengalensis"), long-billed vulture ("Gyps indicus") and red-headed vulture ("Sarcogyps calvus") are often found perched on a cluster of trees or soaring at great heights in search of food (K. Sharma pers. comm. 2002). The Ratapani dam at the periphery of the sanctuary invites thousands of migratory birds in winter. There are many smaller reservoirs dotted all over the sanctuary. The total waterfowl populations in all these smaller reservoirs and Ratapani reservoir would easily exceed 20,000 (A4iii criteria). Moreover, these waterbodies also attract large wading birds such as the sarus crane ("Grus antigone"), painted stork ("Mycteria leucocephala"), black-necked stork ("Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus") and white-necked stork ("Ciconia episcopus") (K. Sharma pers. comm. 2002). The rich diversity in terrestrial species throughout the sanctuary calls for a proper bird survey of the area.
The flood plain marshes are rich with avifauna. Around 75 migrant species winter in the marshes. Usual migrants include garganey "Anas querquedula", marsh sandpiper "Tringa stagnatilis", wood sandpiper "T. glareola", pintail snipe "Gallinago stenura", whiskered tern "Chlidonias hybridus", and black-tailed godwit "Limosa limosa". Resident birds are painted stork "Ibis leucocephala", openbill stork "Anastomus oscitans", little egret "Egretta garzetta", cattle egret "Bubulens ibis", pond heron "Ardeola grayii", pheasant-tailed jacana "Hydrophasianus chirurgus", purple gallinule "Porphyrio porphyrio", white ibis "Threskiornis melanocephalus", and black-winged stilt "Himantopus himantopus". Within the forest area the following birds are seen, crimson-fronted barbet "Megalaima haemacephala", common peafowl "Pavo cristatus", Malabar pied hornbill "Anthracoceros coronatus", thick-billed flowerpecker "Dicaeum agile", common iora "Aegithina tiphia", junglefowl "Gallus lafayetii", and golden-fronted leafbird "Chloropsis aurifrons". While barred buttonquail "Turnix suscitator" frequents the open areas, marshy northern area is visited by woolly-necked stork "Ciconia episcopus", crested hawk eagle "Spizaetus cirrhatus", grey-headed fish eagle "Ichthyophaga ichthyaetus", pied kingfisher "Ceryle rudis", crested serpent-eagle "Spilornis cheela", and painted stork "Ibis leucocephala".
Reed cormorant ("Microcarbo africanus"), white-breasted cormorant ("Phalacrocorax carbo"), green-backed heron ("Butorides striatus"), black egret ("Egretta ardesiaca"), purple heron ("Ardea purpurea"), black-headed heron ("Ardea melanocephala"), wooly-necked stork ("Ciconia episcopus"), hamerkop ("Scopus umbretta"), African spoonbill ("Platalea alba"), Egyptian goose ("Alopochen aegyptiacus"), African black duck ("Anas sparsa"), yellow-billed duck ("Anas undulata"), black crake ("Amaurornis flavirostris"), African jacana ("Actophilornis africanus"), long-crested eagle ("Lophaetus occipitalis"), African fish eagle ("Haliaeetus vocifer"), African goshawk ("Accipiter tachiro"), osprey ("Pandion haliaetus"), African harrier-hawk ("Polyboroides typus"), tambourine dove ("Turtur tympanistria"), emerald-spotted dove ("Turtur chalcospilos"), Narina trogon ("Apaloderma narina"), purple-crested turaco ("Tauraco porphyreolophus"), Burchell's coucal ("Centropus superciliosus"), spotted eagle owl ("Bubo africanus"), giant kingfisher ("Megaceryle maxima"), pied kingfisher ("Ceryle rudis"), brown-hooded kingfisher ("Halcyon albiventris"), pygmy kingfisher ("Ispidina picta"), half-collared kingfisher ("Alcedo semitorquata"), malachite kingfisher ("Alcedo cristata"), red-billed woodhoopoe ("Phoeniculus purpureus"), crowned hornbill ("Tockus alboterminatus"), trumpeter hornbill ("Bycanistes bucinator"), black-headed oriole ("Oriolus larvatus"), spotted ground-thrush ("Zoothera guttata"), starred robin ("Pogonocichla stellata"), chorister robin ("Cossypha dichroa"), plum-coloured starling ("Cinnyricinclus leucogaster"), forest weaver ("Ploceus bicolor"), thick-billed weaver ("Amblyospiza albifrons").