Become a member and get exclusive access to articles, contests and more!
Start Your Free Trial

Indian Silverbill

Posted by dharmveer suthar on March 17, 2015 at 8:38 pm
Views 2

Sexes alike. Dull brown above, with white rump; very dark, almost black wings; pointed tail; pale buffy-white below, with some brown on flanks; thick, grey-blue or slaty beak striking. Gregarious; mostly keeps to scrub in open country; feeds on ground and on standing crops, especially millet; overall a rather ‘dull’ bird, both in colour and demeanour.
tamron 150-600 mm