A series of posters on common birds in different habitats
BIRDS AROUND US
Birds are all around us, no matter where we live. Apart from being beautiful and fascinating, they are important as pollinators, seed dispersers and pest controllers. This poster depicts some birds that are commonly seen in most parts of India, and is the first of a series of 5 posters that we are working on!
Wetlands (rivers, lakes, mangroves, beaches and marshes) are important breeding and feeding habitats for birds. Herons, cormorants and egrets are some of our resident species while millions of long distance migratory birds (mainly ducks and wading birds) flock to our wetlands in winter. Visit a wetland near your home to see some of these beautiful birds.
WOODLAND & SCRUBLAND BIRDS
Woodlands and scrublands with a mix of tall and short vegetation support a variety of birds - from tiny prinias to large birds of prey. Insects flourish in these habitats, attracting a lot of insect-eating birds like robins, flycatchers and woodpeckers, while fruiting trees and shrubs support birds such as barbets and bulbuls which help disperse seeds. Find a wooded area in the outskirts of your city and try to spot these birds!
FARMLAND & GRASSLAND BIRDS
Farmlands and Grasslands are important for many birds -- for example ground birds like quails and pipits, and birds of prey like harriers and vultures. Seed-eating birds like munias and weavers find their food in these habitats, and so do insect-eaters like bushchats and rollers. If you see a patch of wilderness with no trees, don't dismiss it as wasteland! Go and take a look, and you may find some of the common birds shown in this poster.
The poster size is A1 (594 x 841 mm) printed on thick paper and with 2 folds for ease of shipping. The A3 size print quality pdf of the posters can be downloaded here while the A1 size print quality pdf is here. If you'd like to purchase posters in bulk (more than 10 copies) please write to us at email@example.com.
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