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Birds of Bangladesh
The photo of the short-eared owl (Asio flammeus) was recently taken by Asaf Ud Doula from Rajshahi.
The common kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) was clicked from Rajshahi by Asaf Ud Doula recently.
The photo of the black-backed forktail (Enicurus immaculatus) was taken from Rangamati by Asaf Ud Doula. The general length of black-backed forktail is about 25 centimetres.
The photo of the lesser adjutant (Leptoptilos javanicus) was taken from Sundarbans recently by Asaf Ud Doula.
The picture of the ruddy kingfisher (Halcyon coromanda), a medium sized tree kingfisher, was taken from Sundarbans by Asaf Ud Doula recently.
Hasan Mahmud took the photo of the sparrows from Shanra Jhaudia of Ishwardi, Pabna on 2 June.
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