Jabalpur is a city in Madhya Pradesh, located on the banks of the holy river Narmada and among the prominent cities of Central India. The city is center for five different tiger tourism destination in Madhya Pradesh. Here is the list of most commonly seen birds of Jabalpur.
The Sanskrit name of koel is Kokila, Koel is a bird used in Indian poetry and a resident breeder of India. Male cuckoo birds are known for their loud calls and are the bird of brood parasite that lays its eggs in other hosts nests like crow, myna and wrabler.
Pale and Thick-billed flowerpecker are two tiny birds of India, They feed predominantly on fruits and are one of the most active birds seen in the tops of trees.
Oriental magpie-robin is a distinctive black and white birds with a long tail, They are found in open gardens and areas often close to human habitations along with Indian robin.
The chestnut-tailed starling also known as grey-headed myna is a partially migratory bird found in wooded habitats in India. They have seen in flocks and a summer visitor to central India, especially to Jabalpur.
Red collared dove is another small pigeon found in India, It is the most common dove throughout north India but is a summer migrant visitor to central India.
Citrine wagtail is one of the species of wagtail found in India, A migrates in winter to India and Asia.
Common woodshrike is small and ashy brown bird that found across India mainly in thin forest and scrub habitats where they hunt insects.
Cattle egret is a white bird, like other species of egret found in India and has a special relationship with cattle like cow and buffalo in India.
Crested Honey Buzzard is a bird of prey also known as the Oriental honey buzzard, Like other raptors found in India such as shikra, kites, eagles, and harriers- crested honey buzzard breeds in woodland of India.