List of state birds of Indian states:
Here information about the national bird of India and the state birds of the states is given. Peacock is the national bird of India. If the people of India are asked what are the national animals and birds of your state, then most of the people will be seen peeping side by side. Very few people know that in 1985, the Indian Board for Wildlife had asked all the states and union territories of India to declare their state animals, birds, trees and flowers by marking them.
Till now many states have declared their state symbols. But many states and union territories did not show interest in it. Let us know which is the state bird of which Indian state:
This list is the official birds of the states and union territories of India:
|State||Official bird names||Scientific name|
|Giant dhanesh||Buceros bicornis|
|Arunachal Pradesh||Dhanesh is a bird species whose beak is long and curved downwards and usually has a long bulge above the upper beak, due to which it has got the English name Hornbill (Horn = horn, bill = beak) because the British called this bulge. Horn rating. Its 9 species are found in India.|
|Deo hans||Asarcornis scutulata|
|Assam||A swan is a bird. It is considered a very intelligent bird in Indian literature. And it is believed that it is endowed with neer-ksheer vivek (the conscience separating water and milk). It is the vehicle of Saraswati, the goddess of learning. It is believed that they live in Mansarovar. It lives in water. This is a rare creature.|
|Andra Pradesh||Parrot is a bird whose scientific name is 'Citacula Camari'. In MP Sagar Deori, India, millions of people come to the city of Deori in the evening, some traditional ABC parrots sit in a fixed place continuously for 25 years and the rest of the parrots sit on the trees of the city everyday, their chirping is clearly heard till 12 o'clock in the night. Available in a variety of colors and can imitate others.|
|Crane crunch||Grus antigone|
|Uttar Pradesh||The stork is the largest flying bird in the world. This bird is also known as Kraunch. The highest number of this bird is found in India in the whole world. Apart from being the largest bird, some other characteristics of this bird give it special importance. This state bird of Uttar Pradesh can be seen mainly in the Gangetic plains and northern and north-eastern parts of India and other parts of similar climate.|
|Himalayan Monal||Lophophorus impejanus|
|Uttarakhand||The monal pheasant is a bird of the genus Lophophorus, of the family. Its three species and many subspecies are found under the genus Lophophorus.|
|Odisha||Neelkanth scientific name, Coracius bengalensis is a bird of the Roller class. It is mainly found in tropical regions ranging from western Asia to the Indian subcontinent. It is listed in the IUCN Red List of Least Concern.|
|Karnataka||Neelkanth scientific name, Coracius bengalensis is a bird of the Roller class. It is mainly found in tropical regions ranging from western Asia to the Indian subcontinent. It is listed in the IUCN Red List of Least Concern.|
|Giant dhanesh||Buceros bicornis|
|Kerala||Dhanesh is a bird species whose beak is long and curved downwards and usually has a long bulge above the upper beak, due to which it has got the English name Hornbill (Horn = horn, bill = beak) because the British called this bulge. Horn rating. Its 9 species are found in India.|
|Gujarat||The most widespread and largest species of the flamingo family is the flamingo (Phoenicopterus roseus). It is found in Africa, on the Indian subcontinent, in the Middle East and in southern Europe.|
|Lalgriva Bulbul||Pycnonotus gularis|
|Goa||The bulbul is a bird of the Pycnonotidae family of the branch branch and is quite different from the famous singing bird "Bulbul Hazardastan". They are birds eating insects and fruits and flowers. These birds have been kept by hobbyists not for their sweet speech, but because of the habit of fighting. It is noteworthy that only the male Bulbul sings, the female Bulbul is not able to sing.|
|Hill myna||Gracula religiosa peninsularis|
|Chhattisgarh||The common mountain myna (Gracula religio), sometimes called "myna" and formerly known as the mountain myna or myna bird, is most commonly seen in aviculture, where it is often referred to as the latter two. known by names. It is a member of the sterling family (Sturnidae), native to the mountainous regions of South Asia and Southeast Asia.|
|Cuckoo||Gracula religiosa peninsularis|
|Jharkhand||The cuckoo or cuckoo is a bird of the 'Cuckoo family', whose scientific name is 'Eudainemys scolopekus'. The male cuckoo is black to blue, while the female is speckled like a pheasant. Only the male cuckoo sings. Its eyes are red and the wings are long at the back. Need parasitism is a special blessing of the birds of this family, that is, they do not make their nest. It drops the nest eggs of other birds especially crows and lays its eggs in it.|
|Tamil Nadu||The emerald pigeon or marakati panduk is a type of pigeon found in the tropical and subtropical Indian subcontinent, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and northern and eastern Australia. It is also known as green pigeon or green-side-pigeon. It is the state bird of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It has several subspecies, three of which are found in Australia.|
|Telangana||Neelkanth is a bird of the Roller class. It is mainly found in tropical regions ranging from western Asia to the Indian subcontinent. It is listed in the IUCN Red List of Least Concern.|
|Rajharil (Green royal pigeon)||Ducula aenea|
|Tripura||The green royal pigeon is a large jungle pigeon. The large range is found from southern India and Sri Lanka east to southern China, Indonesia and the Philippines.|
|Blyth's Tragopen||Tragopan blythii|
|Nagaland||Blythes tragopan is a pheasant that is a vulnerable species. The common name commemorates Edward Blyth, English zoologist and curator of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. There is a pheasant which is a vulnerable species. The common name commemorates Edward Blyth, English zoologist and curator of the Asiatic Society of Bengal.|
|Punjab||The falcon is a bird of prey that is smaller than the eagle. This species has many species present around the world and is known by different names. The adult falcon has thin and folded wings which help it to fly fast and change direction at the same speed.|
|White cervical spine||Halcyon smyrnensis|
|West Bengal||The white-throated caudilla is a bird found in different parts of Asia. Although this bird lives near water sources, but it is also found far away from the water where they feed their stomach by hunting reptiles, amphibians, crabs etc.|
|Manipur||The striped-tailed pheasant or hum pheasant is a pheasant species found in the northeastern Himalayas of India and in China, Myanmar and Thailand. It is also the state bird of the Indian states of Manipur and Mizoram where it is known as Nangyin (Manipuri) and Vavu respectively.|
|Madhya Pradesh||The Dudhraj or Sultana bulbul, also known in English as the Asiatic divinity insect, is a mid-sized bird of the Passeriformes zoological order. Males have longer tail feathers that are often white in northern India, but are usually black or reddish-brown elsewhere. It eats by catching insects under densely branched trees.|
|Andaman wild pigeon||Columba palumboides|
|Andaman & Nicobar Islands||The Andaman wood pigeon is a species of bird in the family Colombia. It is endemic to Andaman and Nicobar Islands.|
|Indian gray dhanesh||Ocyceros birostris|
|Chandigarh||The Indian gray hornbill (Ochyceros birostris) is a common hornbill found in the Indian subcontinent. It is the most herbivorous bird and usually appears in pairs. They have gray hairs all over their body and their belly part is light gray or pale white in color.
The bulge of their head is black or dark gray in color and the pectoral girdle extends up to the curvature of this bulge. Hornbills are one of the many found in the rural areas of many cities, in rural areas they are able to consume large tree-lined routes.
|Jammu and Kashmir||Not announced yet||-|
|Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu||Not announced yet||-|
|Delhi||The house sparrow (Passar domesticus) is a bird commonly found everywhere in Europe and Asia. Apart from this, wherever humans went throughout the world, it followed them and made its home in most places of America, some places in Africa, New Zealand and Australia and other urban settlements. There are only six species of sparrows found in urban areas. These are the House Sparrow, Spanish Sparrow, Sind Sparrow, Russet Sparrow, Dead Sea Sparrow and Tree Sparrow. Among these, the house sparrow is called sparrow.|
|Asian cuckoo||Eudynamys scolopaceus|
|Puducherry||The cuckoo found in Asia is a bird of the cuckoo group called Cuculiformes. It is found in South Asia, China and South-East Asia. Shows subspecies with the Black-billed and Pacific cuckoo, this bird never builds its eggs, it lays its eggs in the nests of other birds, mostly It knocks down the crow's egg and lays its eggs in its nest. It is a shy bird living alone. Asian cuckoos are mostly fruit-eaters. Cuckoos are considered a good symbol in poems in many places in India!|
|Kajal Kurri||Onychoprion fuscatus|
|Lakshadweep||The sooty tern is a seabird in the family Laridae. It is a bird of tropical oceans that sleeps on the wing, only returning to land to breed on islands in the equatorial region.|
|Black-necked stork||Grus nigricollis|
|Ladakh||The black-necked crane is a medium-sized crane native to Asia that breeds on the Tibetan Plateau and remote parts of India and Bhutan.|
Important facts about Indian birds:
- There are about 8,650 species of birds found in the world.
- Of these, 1,200 species of birds have been found in India.
- 900 species of birds are endemic in India.
- There are 300 species of birds migratory in India. They come to India from countries across the Himalayas during the winter season and stay in India from October to March.
- There are 180 species of birds in the birds of India, which are completely Indian.
- They have their origin and development in India only.
- The largest bird of India is the stork crotch. Its height is more than one and a half meters.
- The smallest bird of India is a phulchuki (Plain colored flower pecker). Its length does not exceed 7 cm. It is the lightest bird in India. Its weight does not exceed 4.5 grams.
- Sonchiriya (Great Indian Bustard) is the heaviest bird of India. Its weight is more than 13 kg.
- Peacock is the national bird of India. The most beautiful bird of India is the peacock. It is followed by Monal.
- Among the small birds, Shakkarkhora (Sun Bird) is the most beautiful bird.