daokawari (Dimasa)
Contributed by: Kulendra Daulagupu on 2009-08-18
1. Bird(Common Noun) It is an Asian treepie, a member of the Corvidae (crow) family.The range of this species covers all of India up to the Himalayas, and in southeast Asia it is found in Burma (Myanmar), Laos, and Thailand. It is generally found in open forest consisting of scrub, plantations and gardens.The colour of its head, neck and breast are a deep slate-grey colour, sometimes slightly brownish.The underparts and lower back are tawny-brown to orange-brown in colour. The tail is a light bluish-grey with a thick black band on the tip. The bill, legs and feet are black. It feeds almost completely in trees on fruits, invertebrates,small reptiles etc.

Contributed by: Kulendra Daulagupu on 2009-08-17
2. Bird(Common Noun-Common) Magpies are passerine birds of the crow family, Corvidae. They are opportunistic scavengers and will eat anything once they have discovered it is edible. They are known to attack the nests of other birds and eat their fledglings. The European Magpie is the only non-mammal known to be able to recognize itself in a mirror.