As well as sloth bears, the park has leopards, Asian wild dog, Indian bison, and birds such as the tawnybellied babbler and blue-bearded bee-eater
The other that springs to mind is the Blue-cheeked Bee-eater
Merops viridis (Coraciiformes: Meropidae) is a bird species of family Meropidae with a very large distribution.
Ta'er al Warwar ( The Bee-eater
, 2015) by Lebanese author Hassan Abdallah
Populations of bee-eater
and Cetti's warbler - species with a southerly distribution in Europe - have increased in recent years, while more northerly distributed species such as willow tit and brambling have been declining in the same period.
Hanson UK's senior sustainability manager Martin Crow said: "We often have to cordon off areas in our quarries where sand martins and little ringed plovers are breeding, but a bee-eater
sighting was a surprise to us all.
It should also be noted that Morton focuses on a 'you are there' approach to describing the twins' journeys and experiences: thus readers will also find themselves immersed in the sights, sounds, and experiences that make up Moonfall's world: "Rachav awakened to the piercing whistle of a bee-eater
The Lower Zambezi offers guests an unrivalled chance of seeing water birds including goliath herons, and South Luangwa offers fantastic carmine bee-eater
viewing, as their colonies use the river-banks to nest from September time.
Bright flashes of neon orange and yellow are a familiar sight in the Galilee Basin these days, though they are not the markings of the Yellow-throated Miner, a honeyeater native to Queensland, or the Rainbow Bee-eater
, another long-time resident of the area.
75 birds/ha) and Blue-tailed Bee-eater
- Merops philippinus (3.
Birders, in particular, will thrill to the prospect of glimpsing species such as the roller, white-tailed eagle, great white egret, mute and whooper swans, falcon, and even a bee-eater
In spring, the brilliant Little Green Bee-eater
graces the skies and perches on phone and electricity wires.