Bronze-winged Jacana (English) [ IPA: Bronze-winged dʒəˈkɑnə ASM: ব্ৰঞ্জ-উইংড জাকানা]
Contributed by: Anjal Borah (অঞ্জল বৰা) on 2009-08-31
1. Bird(Common Noun-Common &/or Masculine) The jacanas are a group of waders in the family Charadriidae, which are identifiable by their huge feet and claws which enable them to walk on floating vegetation in the shallow lakes that are their preferred habitat. They are found worldwide within the tropical zone. The Bronze-winged Jacana breeds in India and southeast Asia. It is sedentary apart from seasonal dispersion. It lays four black-marked brown eggs in a floating nest. The males, as in some other wader families like the phalaropes, take responsibility for incubation. They are 29cm long, but the females are larger than the males. They are mainly black, although the inner wings are very dark brown and the tail is red. দলনিত থকা তামবৰণীয়া ডেউকাৰে এবিধ হাঁহ৷