Birds & Wildlife of Rajasthan & Gujarat

Demoiselle Crane

When you think of Indian wildlife and birdwatching, the first destinations that come to mind are probably verdant forests, Himalayan mountain passes, or bird-filled wetlands. The western deserts, however, provide some truly spectacular birding in one of India’s richest cultural regions, and are home to some of the rarest birds in India.

Our tour will head out to the Thar Desert of Rajasthan, in the Desert National Park, the last remaining stronghold of the Great Indian Bustard, a species that sadly could well be extinct in our lifetimes. En route we will enjoy one of India’s avian spectacles at close quarters, the wintering flock of thousands of Demoiselle Cranes at Khichan. Other key birds include Spotted and Black-bellied Sandgrouse, Yellow-eyed Pigeon, Stoliczka’s Bushchat, and a fine assortment of cranes, raptors, larks, wheatears and buntings. Read our detailed article about birds and birding at Desert National Park.

A break from desert landscapes awaits us at the charming hill station of Mount Abu, the only regular site for the endemic Green Avadavat.

Moving on to the state of Gujarat we will spend time in the Little Rann of Kutch Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary, before ending up at the vast salt desert of the Greater Rann. This unique region is astonishingly rich in bird life, particularly in winter when large numbers of waterfowl, along with desert species, can be seen.

This is a tour of quality and quantity with some of best winter birding that India has to offer. Continue on with our Coastal Gujarat, Gir and Velavadar extension to add more spectacular birding and some rarely seen large mammals!

Target Species

  • Common Quail
  • Sykes’s Nightjar 
  • Great Indian Bustard 
  • Macqueen’s Bustard
  • Chestnut-bellied Sandgrouse
  • Spotted Sandgrouse
  • Black-bellied Sandgrouse
  • Yellow-eyed Pigeon
  • Demoiselle Crane
  • Common Crane
  • Greater Flamingo
  • Barred Buttonquail
  • Indian Stone-curlew
  • Sociable Lapwing
  • Cream-colored Courser
  • Indian Courser 
  • Black-necked Stork
  • Great White Pelican
  • Dalmatian Pelican
  • Black-winged Kite
  • Egyptian Vulture
  • White-rumped Vulture
  • Indian Vulture 
  • Himalayan Vulture
  • Griffon Vulture
  • Red-headed Vulture
  • Cinereous Vulture
  • Short-toed Snake Eagle
  • Tawny Eagle
  • Steppe Eagle
  • Eastern Imperial Eagle
  • Hen Harrier
  • Pallid Harrier
  • Montagu’s Harrier
  • White-eyed Buzzard
  • Long-legged Buzzard
  • Pallid Scops Owl
  • Indian Eagle-Owl 
  • Red-necked Falcon
  • Merlin
  • Laggar Falcon 
  • Saker Falcon
  • Marshall’s Iora 
  • White-bellied Minivet 
  • Isabelline Shrike
  • Great Grey Shrike
  • Northern Raven
  • Grey Hypocolius
  • White-naped Tit 
  • Greater Hoopoe-Lark
  • Desert Lark
  • Rufous-tailed Lark 
  • Black-crowned Sparrow-Lark
  • Ashy-crowned Sparrow-Lark 
  • Greater Short-toed Lark
  • Bimaculated Lark
  • Plain Leaf Warbler
  • Rufous-fronted Prinia 
  • Desert Whitethroat
  • Eastern Orphean Warbler
  • Asian Desert Warbler
  • Indian Spotted Creeper 
  • Bluethroat
  • White-browed Bush Chat 
  • Isabelline Wheatear
  • Desert Wheatear
  • Variable Wheatear
  • Red-tailed Wheatear
  • Spanish Sparrow
  • Sind Sparrow 
  • Green Avadavat 
  • Tawny Pipit
  • Long-billed Pipit
  • Buff-bellied Pipit
  • Water Pipit
  • Trumpeter Finch
  • Crested Bunting
  • Grey-necked Bunting
  • Striolated Bunting
  •   Endemic
  •   Near Endemic

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Delhi

You will be met and transferred to the hotel.

Depending on your arrival time, we can arrange some birding in the Delhi area, most likely at Okhla Bird Sanctuary. Despite the pressures of an urban population approaching 20 million people, this small sanctuary on the banks of the polluted Yamuna River offers some excellent birding, with a good chance of the resident Striated Grassbird, Striated Babbler and possibly White-tailed Stonechat.

Day 2: Delhi to Jaipur, via Sultanpur National Park and Jhalana Safari Park

We will start our birding with a few hours this morning at Sultanpur National Park, just outside Delhi. This superb small wetland has excellent all-round birding that could provide us 100 species in the morning, including some difficult to see species, such as White-tailed Lapwing, Brooks’s Leaf Warbler and Sind Sparrow. Then we continue on our way to Jaipur, arriving in time for an afternoon jeep safari in Jhalana Safari Park. This small park on the edge of the city is remarkable for its relatively large numbers of Leopards, and we have a good chance of seeing one on our drive.

Day 3: Jaipur to Tal Chhapar Sanctuary

We will drive to Tal Chhapar in time for an afternoon’s birding, either inside the sanctuary or in some excellent habitat outside.

Day 4: Tal Chhapar

Full day to explore the grassland sanctuary of Tal Chhapar. Once the hunting ground of the Maharaja of Bikaner, this small protected area has a large population of Blackbuck and Chinkara, and a very impressive list of birds. These include Indian Eagle Owl, Montagu’s and Pallid Harriers, White-eyed Buzzard, Laggar Falcon, large flocks of the declining Yellow-eyed Pigeon, Indian Spotted Creeper, Rufous-tailed and Great Grey Shrikes, huge mixed flocks of Greater Short-toed and Bimaculated Larks, and Water and Buff-bellied Pipits.

Day 5: Tal Chhapar to Khichan via Bikaner

Today has two amazing birding spectacles, in very contrasting locations! After breakfast we leave for the drive to Bikaner, and the unpleasant surroundings of the Jorbeer Carcass Dump! If you can ignore the stench of rotting cattle carcasses you can enjoy close views of the largest congregations of raptors to be found in India. Hundreds of Himalayan, Eurasian Griffon and Egyptian Vultures gather here, joined by equally large numbers of Steppe Eagles, Black-eared Kites, and smaller numbers of Tawny and Eastern Imperial Eagles, with the chance of something rarer such as White-tailed Eagle or Saker Falcon, both of which have wintered in recent years. It is also fascinating to see birds such as Hoopoes feeding amongst the carcasses.

Somewhat more pleasant surroundings await us in Khichan, which is famous for its wintering flock of several thousand Demoiselle Cranes. For years the villagers have put out grain, as much as 500 kg per day, for the cranes. Feeding times in the morning and evening provide a truly spectacular sight and sound, which we will be able to experience at close range during our overnight stay at a nearby lodge.

Day 6: Khichan to Desert National Park, Jaisalmer

After enjoying the Demoiselle Cranes, we will drive west of the fortified city of Jaisalmer to the Desert National Park, close to the border with Pakistan. This is the last remaining stronghold of the Great Indian Bustard, now sadly reduced to a population of less than 200 birds and with a real risk of extinction during our lifetimes. A captive breeding programme has started with some success, but whether sufficient habitat will always remain available for them, with the pressures of an increasing population and associated development, will be key to their survival.

Day 7: Desert National Park

We have a full day today to explore the Desert National Park. There are several specialities to find here, including many raptors, Spotted and Black-bellied Sandgrouse, Cream-coloured Courser, Black-crowned Sparrow Lark, Desert and Greater Hoopoe-Larks, the little-known Stoliczka’s Bushchat, Red-tailed Wheatear, Plain Leaf Warbler and Trumpeter Finch.

Day 8: Jaisalmer to Siana

After a final morning in the Desert National Park we drive south to Siana, our base for the next two nights. Siana is the Leopard village featured in David Attenborough’s Life of Mammals. Unfortunately, numbers have declined recently but we still have a reasonable chance, as well as of seeing Striped Hyena at night.

Day 9: Siana

We have a full day in Siana and will do morning and afternoon jeep safaris in search of our mammalian targets, as well as birds such as Indian Vulture, Rock Bush-Quail, Painted Sandgrouse and White-bellied Minivet.

Day 10: Siana to Mount Abu

A short drive takes us to Rajasthan’s only hill station, the quaint town of Mount Abu. In birding circles Mount Abu is famous as the only reliable location for the beautiful endemic Green Avadavat, and an afternoon and morning here should mean we will find a feeding flock or two. Other resident birdlife in the forest here includes a few species not generally found elsewhere in Rajasthan, including Grey Junglefowl, Indian (Black-lored) Tit and Indian Scimitar Babbler, whilst we also have a chance of Crested and White-capped Buntings.

Day 11: Mount Abu to Little Rann of Kutch

After some early morning birding we drive to our comfortable lodge at the edge of the Little Rann of Kutch, a fascinating salt marsh landscape that is the only home for the Asiatic Wild Ass, or Khur, and has been declared as the Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary. The extensive Rann of Kutch is an ancient seabed, now a saline desert dotted with grassy patches that provide excellent winter birding. After lunch we will take a jeep to explore the Rann, looking for birds such as MacQueen’s Bustard, Indian Courser, Long-legged Buzzard, Short-eared Owl, Greater Hoopoe-Lark and large flocks of Greater Short-toed and Bimaculated, the Desert form of Lesser Whitethroat (now ‘lumped’ again having been split just a few years ago), Desert Warbler, and, with luck, a wintering flock of the critically endangered Sociable Lapwing.

Day 12: Little Rann of Kutch

A full day in and around the Little Rann will also include visits to wetland areas, such as the Bajana Creek and Nawa Talao lake. Here both Demoiselle and Common Cranes can be found in large numbers, with both Greater and Lesser Flamingos, and Great White and Dalmatian Pelicans. Other birds could include the mighty Black-necked Stork, large flocks of wildfowl and waders including Knob-billed Duck and White-tailed Lapwing, Graceful Prinia, Desert and Variable Wheatears, Rufous-tailed and Bay-backed Shrikes, and Grey-necked Bunting.

As well as the herds of Asiatic Wild Ass we should also see Nilgai and Chinkara and maybe Desert Fox, Jungle Cat and, at night, Pale and Long-eared Hedgehogs.

Day 13: Little Rann of Kutch to Bhuj

A long drive west today, as we move from the Little Rann of Kutch to near the town of Bhuj, on the edge of the Greater Rann of Kutch. The Great Rann is one of the largest salt deserts in the world, at the southern edge of the Thar Desert where we were a week previously. Like the Little Rann, at first glance an inhospitable sun-parched habitat, it is also a landscape rich in bird and animal life. The monsoon leaves natural depressions, or chands, some of which remain filled with water through the winter and attract huge numbers of wildfowl and waters, with raptors and larks in the dry surrounding grassland.

Days 14 – 15: Greater Rann of Kutch

We will spend two full days exploring different areas of the Greater Rann of Kutch. One key target is the unusual Grey Hypocolius, the only member of its family and only known from one regular wintering site in India, around the Fulay village in the Banni grasslands. Sadly the Great Indian Bustard seems doomed in this traditional area of its range, with the population at Naliya, Lala Bustard Sanctuary, now only including one male. If were very unlucky in the Desert National Park in Rajasthan we will hope to connect here, otherwise we will concentrate on other key birds in the different habitats in and around the Rann. White-naped Tit, Stoliczka’s Bushchat, Marshall’s Iora and Rock Bush-Quail are targets in the Phot Mahadev thorn forest, with Indian and Cream-coloured Coursers, Sandgrouse potentially including Spotted and Black-bellied, Red-tailed Wheatear and Grey-necked and Striolated Buntings other good birds of Kutch.

A visit to the coast near Pingleshwar should produce large flocks of gulls and waders, including Crab Plover.

Day 16: Bhuj to Ahmedabad and on to Delhi (or Jamnagar for extension)

Our trip comes to the end with a long drive to Ahmedabad for our flights to Delhi or Mumbai and onward. For the lucky ones though, we will proceed to Jamnagar and some more of the amazing birds and mammals of Gujarat on our Coast and Grasslands extension.

Day 17: Depart from Delhi

Transfer to the airport for your international departure. If your flight is afternoon or evening, we can arrange some productive local birding in the Delhi area beforehand.

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SeqFamilyEnglish NameScientific NameSpeciesStatusStatusIUCNIUCNGIIMapLikelihood (January)Likelihood (February)Likelihood (March)Likelihood (April)Likelihood (May)Likelihood (June)Likelihood (July)Likelihood (August)Likelihood (September)Likelihood (October)Likelihood (November)Likelihood (December)
1Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Black FrancolinFrancolinus francolinusBlack Francolin Francolinus francolinusLeast ConcernLC42HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
2Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Painted FrancolinFrancolinus pictusPainted Francolin Francolinus pictusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC42Very LowVery Low---Very LowVery LowLowVery Low---
3Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Grey FrancolinFrancolinus pondicerianusGrey Francolin Francolinus pondicerianusLeast ConcernLC42Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
4Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Common QuailCoturnix coturnixCommon Quail Coturnix coturnixLeast ConcernLC44MediumMediumLowVery LowVery Low--Very LowMediumHighMediumMedium
5Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Rain QuailCoturnix coromandelicaRain Quail Coturnix coromandelicaLeast ConcernLC44Very LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowLowMediumHighMediumLowVery LowVery Low
6Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Jungle Bush QuailPerdicula asiaticaJungle Bush Quail Perdicula asiaticaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC46Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowMediumLowVery LowLowVery Low
7Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Rock Bush QuailPerdicula argoondahRock Bush Quail Perdicula argoondahEndemicELeast ConcernLC46LowLowLowLowVery LowLowLowLowLowVery LowLowVery Low
8Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Red SpurfowlGalloperdix spadiceaRed Spurfowl Galloperdix spadiceaEndemicELeast ConcernLC48LowLowLowLowLowLowLowVery LowLowLowLowLow
9Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Painted SpurfowlGalloperdix lunulataPainted Spurfowl Galloperdix lunulataEndemicELeast ConcernLC48Very LowVery Low----Very LowVery LowVery Low---
10Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Grey JunglefowlGallus sonneratiiGrey Junglefowl Gallus sonneratiiEndemicELeast ConcernLC52Very LowVery LowLowVery LowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
11Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Indian PeafowlPavo cristatusIndian Peafowl Pavo cristatusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC54Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
12Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Lesser Whistling DuckDendrocygna javanicaLesser Whistling Duck Dendrocygna javanicaLeast ConcernLC56MediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
13Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Bar-headed GooseAnser indicusBar-headed Goose Anser indicusLeast ConcernLC56HighHighHighLowLowVery Low--Very LowLowHighHigh
14Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Greylag GooseAnser anserGreylag Goose Anser anserLeast ConcernLC56HighHighLowVery Low----Very LowLowHighHigh
15Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Greater White-fronted GooseAnser albifronsGreater White-fronted Goose Anser albifronsLeast ConcernLC56Very LowVery LowLowVery Low------Very LowVery Low
16Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Lesser White-fronted GooseAnser erythropusLesser White-fronted Goose Anser erythropusVulnerableVU56Very Low---------Very LowVery Low
17Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Tundra SwanCygnus columbianusTundra Swan Cygnus columbianusLeast ConcernLC492---Very Low--------
18Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Knob-billed DuckSarkidiornis melanotosKnob-billed Duck Sarkidiornis melanotosLeast ConcernLC58HighHighHighMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
19Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Common ShelduckTadorna tadornaCommon Shelduck Tadorna tadornaLeast ConcernLC58LowLowVery Low------Very LowVery LowLow
20Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Ruddy ShelduckTadorna ferrugineaRuddy Shelduck Tadorna ferrugineaLeast ConcernLC58HighHighMediumLowVery LowVery Low--Very LowMediumHighHigh
21Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Cotton Pygmy GooseNettapus coromandelianusCotton Pygmy Goose Nettapus coromandelianusLeast ConcernLC58LowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumLowMediumMedium
22Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)GarganeySpatula querquedulaGarganey Spatula querquedulaLeast ConcernLC62HighHighHighMediumVery LowVery LowLowHighHighHighHighHigh
23Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Northern ShovelerSpatula clypeataNorthern Shoveler Spatula clypeataLeast ConcernLC62Very HighVery HighVery HighHighLowLowLowMediumHighHighVery HighVery High
24Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)GadwallMareca streperaGadwall Mareca streperaLeast ConcernLC62HighHighHighMediumLowVery LowVery LowLowMediumHighHighHigh
25Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Eurasian WigeonMareca penelopeEurasian Wigeon Mareca penelopeLeast ConcernLC60HighHighHighLowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowLowMediumHighHigh
26Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Indian Spot-billed DuckAnas poecilorhynchaIndian Spot-billed Duck Anas poecilorhynchaLeast ConcernLC60Very HighVery HighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHigh
27Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)MallardAnas platyrhynchosMallard Anas platyrhynchosLeast ConcernLC60HighHighLowVery Low----Very LowLowHighHigh
28Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Northern PintailAnas acutaNorthern Pintail Anas acutaLeast ConcernLC62HighHighHighMediumVery LowLowVery LowVery LowMediumHighHighHigh
29Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Eurasian TealAnas creccaEurasian Teal Anas creccaLeast ConcernLC62Very HighVery HighHighMediumVery LowVery LowVery LowLowHighHighHighVery High
30Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Marbled DuckMarmaronetta angustirostrisMarbled Duck Marmaronetta angustirostrisVulnerableVU58Very LowVery Low-------Very LowVery Low-
31Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Red-crested PochardNetta rufinaRed-crested Pochard Netta rufinaLeast ConcernLC64MediumMediumLowVery LowLowVery Low---Very LowLowMedium
32Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Common PochardAythya ferinaCommon Pochard Aythya ferinaVulnerableVU64HighHighHighLow--Very LowLowLowHighHighHigh
33Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Ferruginous DuckAythya nyrocaFerruginous Duck Aythya nyrocaNear ThreatenedNT64MediumHighMediumVery Low--LowMediumLowMediumHighHigh
34Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Tufted DuckAythya fuligulaTufted Duck Aythya fuligulaLeast ConcernLC64HighHighMediumLowVery Low-Very LowLowLowMediumHighHigh
35Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Greater ScaupAythya marilaGreater Scaup Aythya marilaLeast ConcernLC64Very LowVery LowVery Low---------
36Caprimulgidae (Nightjars)Jungle NightjarCaprimulgus indicusJungle Nightjar Caprimulgus indicusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC226Very LowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumMediumMediumLowVery LowVery LowVery Low
37Caprimulgidae (Nightjars)European NightjarCaprimulgus europaeusEuropean Nightjar Caprimulgus europaeusLeast ConcernLC226-------LowHighLowVery Low-
38Caprimulgidae (Nightjars)Sykes's NightjarCaprimulgus mahrattensisSykes's Nightjar Caprimulgus mahrattensisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC228HighMediumLowVery LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumHigh
39Caprimulgidae (Nightjars)Indian NightjarCaprimulgus asiaticusIndian Nightjar Caprimulgus asiaticusLeast ConcernLC228MediumMediumLowLowLowMediumLowMediumHighMediumMediumMedium
40Caprimulgidae (Nightjars)Savanna NightjarCaprimulgus affinisSavanna Nightjar Caprimulgus affinisLeast ConcernLC228LowLowVery Low-LowMediumVery LowLowLowLowVery LowVery Low
41Apodidae (Swifts)Asian Palm SwiftCypsiurus balasiensisAsian Palm Swift Cypsiurus balasiensisLeast ConcernLC230LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
42Apodidae (Swifts)Alpine SwiftTachymarptis melbaAlpine Swift Tachymarptis melbaLeast ConcernLC232LowLowVery LowVery Low--Very LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowLow
43Apodidae (Swifts)Little SwiftApus affinisLittle Swift Apus affinisLeast ConcernLC234HighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHigh
44Otididae (Bustards)Great Indian BustardArdeotis nigricepsGreat Indian Bustard Ardeotis nigricepsNear EndemicNECritically EndangeredCR132HighHighHighMediumLowMediumHighHighMediumHighHighHigh
45Otididae (Bustards)Macqueen's BustardChlamydotis macqueeniiMacqueen's Bustard Chlamydotis macqueeniiVulnerableVU132HighMediumVery LowVery Low----Very LowMediumHighHigh
46Otididae (Bustards)Lesser FloricanSypheotides indicusLesser Florican Sypheotides indicusNear EndemicNEEndangeredEN132------Very LowLowLow---
47Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Greater CoucalCentropus sinensisGreater Coucal Centropus sinensisLeast ConcernLC212Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
48Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Sirkeer MalkohaTaccocua leschenaultiiSirkeer Malkoha Taccocua leschenaultiiNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC210MediumMediumLowLowVery LowMediumMediumLowLowLowLowMedium
49Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Jacobin CuckooClamator jacobinusJacobin Cuckoo Clamator jacobinusLeast ConcernLC204---Very LowLowHighVery HighVery HighHighHighLowVery Low
50Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Asian KoelEudynamys scolopaceusAsian Koel Eudynamys scolopaceusLeast ConcernLC210HighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHigh
51Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Grey-bellied CuckooCacomantis passerinusGrey-bellied Cuckoo Cacomantis passerinusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC208----Very LowMediumMediumLowLowVery Low--
52Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Fork-tailed Drongo-CuckooSurniculus dicruroidesFork-tailed Drongo-Cuckoo Surniculus dicruroidesLeast ConcernLC210--------Very Low---
53Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Common Hawk-CuckooHierococcyx variusCommon Hawk-Cuckoo Hierococcyx variusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC204LowLowLowMediumHighHighHighHighHighMediumLowLow
54Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Common CuckooCuculus canorusCommon Cuckoo Cuculus canorusLeast ConcernLC206---Very LowVery LowMediumHighHighHighMediumVery Low-
55Pteroclidae (Sandgrouse)Pallas's SandgrouseSyrrhaptes paradoxusPallas's Sandgrouse Syrrhaptes paradoxusLeast ConcernLC496Very Low----------Very Low
56Pteroclidae (Sandgrouse)Chestnut-bellied SandgrousePterocles exustusChestnut-bellied Sandgrouse Pterocles exustusLeast ConcernLC184Very HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
57Pteroclidae (Sandgrouse)Spotted SandgrousePterocles senegallusSpotted Sandgrouse Pterocles senegallusLeast ConcernLC184LowLowVery Low----Very LowLowLowLowLow
58Pteroclidae (Sandgrouse)Black-bellied SandgrousePterocles orientalisBlack-bellied Sandgrouse Pterocles orientalisLeast ConcernLC186LowVery LowVery Low-----Very LowVery LowVery LowLow
59Pteroclidae (Sandgrouse)Painted SandgrousePterocles indicusPainted Sandgrouse Pterocles indicusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC186MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowHighHighMediumMedium
60Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Rock DoveColumba liviaRock Dove Columba liviaLeast ConcernLC188Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
61Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Yellow-eyed PigeonColumba eversmanniYellow-eyed Pigeon Columba eversmanniVulnerableVU188MediumHighMediumLowLowVery Low-Very LowMediumHighHighHigh
62Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Oriental Turtle DoveStreptopelia orientalisOriental Turtle Dove Streptopelia orientalisLeast ConcernLC194MediumMediumMediumMediumLowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumLowMedium
63Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Eurasian Collared DoveStreptopelia decaoctoEurasian Collared Dove Streptopelia decaoctoLeast ConcernLC194Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
64Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Red Collared DoveStreptopelia tranquebaricaRed Collared Dove Streptopelia tranquebaricaLeast ConcernLC194HighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHigh
65Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Spotted DoveSpilopelia chinensisSpotted Dove Spilopelia chinensisLeast ConcernLC194HighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHigh
66Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Laughing DoveSpilopelia senegalensisLaughing Dove Spilopelia senegalensisLeast ConcernLC194Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
67Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Yellow-footed Green PigeonTreron phoenicopterusYellow-footed Green Pigeon Treron phoenicopterusLeast ConcernLC198HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
68Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Water RailRallus aquaticusWater Rail Rallus aquaticusLeast ConcernLC134Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-----Very LowLowLow
69Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Brown CrakeZapornia akoolBrown Crake Zapornia akoolLeast ConcernLC138Very LowVery LowVery Low--Very LowVery LowVery LowLowLowVery LowLow
70Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)White-breasted WaterhenAmaurornis phoenicurusWhite-breasted Waterhen Amaurornis phoenicurusLeast ConcernLC138HighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighHigh
71Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Little CrakeZapornia parvaLittle Crake Zapornia parvaLeast ConcernLC136---------Very LowVery LowVery Low
72Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Baillon's CrakeZapornia pusillaBaillon's Crake Zapornia pusillaLeast ConcernLC136Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowVery LowLowVery Low
73Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Spotted CrakePorzana porzanaSpotted Crake Porzana porzanaLeast ConcernLC136Very Low--------Very LowVery LowVery Low
74Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Ruddy-breasted CrakeZapornia fuscaRuddy-breasted Crake Zapornia fuscaLeast ConcernLC136-----Very LowVery LowVery Low----
75Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Grey-headed SwamphenPorphyrio poliocephalusGrey-headed Swamphen Porphyrio poliocephalusLeast ConcernLC140HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighMediumHighHigh
76Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Common MoorhenGallinula chloropusCommon Moorhen Gallinula chloropusLeast ConcernLC140HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
77Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Eurasian CootFulica atraEurasian Coot Fulica atraLeast ConcernLC140Very HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery High
78Gruidae (Cranes)Sarus CraneAntigone antigoneSarus Crane Antigone antigoneVulnerableVU142LowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLow
79Gruidae (Cranes)Demoiselle CraneGrus virgoDemoiselle Crane Grus virgoLeast ConcernLC142HighHighHighMediumLowLowVery LowLowHighHighHighHigh
80Gruidae (Cranes)Common CraneGrus grusCommon Crane Grus grusLeast ConcernLC142Very HighVery HighHighLowLowVery Low-Very LowMediumHighHighVery High
81Podicipedidae (Grebes)Little GrebeTachybaptus ruficollisLittle Grebe Tachybaptus ruficollisLeast ConcernLC72Very HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
82Podicipedidae (Grebes)Great Crested GrebePodiceps cristatusGreat Crested Grebe Podiceps cristatusLeast ConcernLC72MediumMediumLowLowVery LowLowVery LowLowLowLowLowLow
83Podicipedidae (Grebes)Black-necked GrebePodiceps nigricollisBlack-necked Grebe Podiceps nigricollisLeast ConcernLC72Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low----Very LowVery LowVery Low
84Phoenicopteridae (Flamingos)Greater FlamingoPhoenicopterus roseusGreater Flamingo Phoenicopterus roseusLeast ConcernLC78HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
85Phoenicopteridae (Flamingos)Lesser FlamingoPhoeniconaias minorLesser Flamingo Phoeniconaias minorNear ThreatenedNT78HighHighMediumMediumLowMediumLowMediumMediumMediumHighHigh
86Turnicidae (Buttonquail)Common ButtonquailTurnix sylvaticusCommon Buttonquail Turnix sylvaticusLeast ConcernLC138----Very LowLowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery Low
87Turnicidae (Buttonquail)Yellow-legged ButtonquailTurnix tankiYellow-legged Buttonquail Turnix tankiLeast ConcernLC138---Very LowLowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
88Turnicidae (Buttonquail)Barred ButtonquailTurnix suscitatorBarred Buttonquail Turnix suscitatorLeast ConcernLC138MediumLowLowMediumMediumHighHighHighHighMediumLowMedium
89Burhinidae (Thick-knees)Indian Stone-curlewBurhinus indicusIndian Stone-curlew Burhinus indicusLeast ConcernLC144HighMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighMediumMediumMedium
90Burhinidae (Thick-knees)Great Stone-curlewEsacus recurvirostrisGreat Stone-curlew Esacus recurvirostrisNear ThreatenedNT144MediumLowLowMediumLowVery LowLowVery LowLowLowMediumMedium
91Haematopodidae (Oystercatchers)Eurasian OystercatcherHaematopus ostralegusEurasian Oystercatcher Haematopus ostralegusNear ThreatenedNT146MediumMediumLowLowVery Low--Very LowVery LowVery LowLowMedium
92Recurvirostridae (Stilts and Avocets)Black-winged StiltHimantopus himantopusBlack-winged Stilt Himantopus himantopusLeast ConcernLC146Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
93Recurvirostridae (Stilts and Avocets)Pied AvocetRecurvirostra avosettaPied Avocet Recurvirostra avosettaLeast ConcernLC146HighHighHighMediumMediumMediumLowMediumHighHighHighHigh
94Charadriidae (Plovers)Northern LapwingVanellus vanellusNorthern Lapwing Vanellus vanellusNear ThreatenedNT148Very LowVery LowVery Low--------Very Low
95Charadriidae (Plovers)River LapwingVanellus duvauceliiRiver Lapwing Vanellus duvauceliiNear ThreatenedNT148Very LowVery Low--Very LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
96Charadriidae (Plovers)Yellow-wattled LapwingVanellus malabaricusYellow-wattled Lapwing Vanellus malabaricusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC148HighHighHighHighMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
97Charadriidae (Plovers)Red-wattled LapwingVanellus indicusRed-wattled Lapwing Vanellus indicusLeast ConcernLC148Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
98Charadriidae (Plovers)Sociable LapwingVanellus gregariusSociable Lapwing Vanellus gregariusCritically EndangeredCR150LowLowVery Low------Very LowLowLow
99Charadriidae (Plovers)White-tailed LapwingVanellus leucurusWhite-tailed Lapwing Vanellus leucurusLeast ConcernLC150MediumMediumLowVery Low--Very LowLowLowMediumHighHigh
100Charadriidae (Plovers)European Golden PloverPluvialis apricariaEuropean Golden Plover Pluvialis apricariaLeast ConcernLC494----------Very Low-
101Charadriidae (Plovers)Pacific Golden PloverPluvialis fulvaPacific Golden Plover Pluvialis fulvaLeast ConcernLC150LowVery LowVery Low---Very LowLowLowLowLowLow
102Charadriidae (Plovers)Grey PloverPluvialis squatarolaGrey Plover Pluvialis squatarolaLeast ConcernLC150MediumMediumLowMediumLowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowMedium
103Charadriidae (Plovers)Common Ringed PloverCharadrius hiaticulaCommon Ringed Plover Charadrius hiaticulaLeast ConcernLC152Very LowVery Low---------Very Low
104Charadriidae (Plovers)Little Ringed PloverCharadrius dubiusLittle Ringed Plover Charadrius dubiusLeast ConcernLC152HighHighHighHighMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
105Charadriidae (Plovers)Kentish PloverCharadrius alexandrinusKentish Plover Charadrius alexandrinusLeast ConcernLC152HighHighHighHighLowVery LowVery LowMediumHighHighHighHigh
106Charadriidae (Plovers)Lesser Sand PloverCharadrius mongolusLesser Sand Plover Charadrius mongolusLeast ConcernLC152HighHighMediumMediumMediumVery Low-Very LowMediumMediumMediumHigh
107Charadriidae (Plovers)Greater Sand PloverCharadrius leschenaultiiGreater Sand Plover Charadrius leschenaultiiLeast ConcernLC152MediumMediumLowVery LowVery Low-Very LowLowMediumLowLowMedium
108Charadriidae (Plovers)Caspian PloverCharadrius asiaticusCaspian Plover Charadrius asiaticusLeast ConcernLC150Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low----Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
109Rostratulidae (Painted-snipes)Greater Painted-snipeRostratula benghalensisGreater Painted-snipe Rostratula benghalensisLeast ConcernLC154Very LowLowLowLowMediumMediumHighHighLowLowLowVery Low
110Jacanidae (Jacanas)Pheasant-tailed JacanaHydrophasianus chirurgusPheasant-tailed Jacana Hydrophasianus chirurgusLeast ConcernLC144LowLowLowLowMediumMediumHighHighMediumLowLowLow
111Jacanidae (Jacanas)Bronze-winged JacanaMetopidius indicusBronze-winged Jacana Metopidius indicusLeast ConcernLC144Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowVery Low--Very LowVery LowVery Low
112Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Eurasian WhimbrelNumenius phaeopusEurasian Whimbrel Numenius phaeopusLeast ConcernLC158MediumMediumLowLowLow--Very LowLowLowLowMedium
113Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Eurasian CurlewNumenius arquataEurasian Curlew Numenius arquataNear ThreatenedNT158HighHighMediumMediumLowLowVery LowLowHighHighHighHigh
114Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Bar-tailed GodwitLimosa lapponicaBar-tailed Godwit Limosa lapponicaNear ThreatenedNT158MediumLowLowLowLow--Very LowLowLowLowMedium
115Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Black-tailed GodwitLimosa limosaBlack-tailed Godwit Limosa limosaNear ThreatenedNT158HighHighHighHighLowLowLowHighHighHighHighHigh
116Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Ruddy TurnstoneArenaria interpresRuddy Turnstone Arenaria interpresLeast ConcernLC162MediumMediumLowMediumLowVery LowVery LowLowMediumLowLowMedium
117Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Great KnotCalidris tenuirostrisGreat Knot Calidris tenuirostrisEndangeredEN162Very LowVery LowVery Low------Very LowVery LowVery Low
118Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)RuffCalidris pugnaxRuff Calidris pugnaxLeast ConcernLC154HighHighHighHighMediumLowMediumHighHighHighHighHigh
119Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Broad-billed SandpiperCalidris falcinellusBroad-billed Sandpiper Calidris falcinellusLeast ConcernLC166Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low---Very LowLowVery LowVery LowVery Low
120Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Curlew SandpiperCalidris ferrugineaCurlew Sandpiper Calidris ferrugineaNear ThreatenedNT166MediumLowLowMediumLowVery Low-Very LowMediumLowLowMedium
121Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Temminck's StintCalidris temminckiiTemminck's Stint Calidris temminckiiLeast ConcernLC164HighHighHighMediumLowVery LowVery LowMediumHighHighHighHigh
122Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Long-toed StintCalidris subminutaLong-toed Stint Calidris subminutaLeast ConcernLC164------Very LowVery LowVery Low---
123Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)SanderlingCalidris albaSanderling Calidris albaLeast ConcernLC166MediumMediumLowMediumLow--Very LowLowLowMediumMedium
124Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)DunlinCalidris alpinaDunlin Calidris alpinaLeast ConcernLC166MediumMediumMediumMediumVery Low--Very LowLowMediumMediumMedium
125Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Little StintCalidris minutaLittle Stint Calidris minutaLeast ConcernLC164HighHighHighHighMediumLowMediumHighHighHighHighHigh
126Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Jack SnipeLymnocryptes minimusJack Snipe Lymnocryptes minimusLeast ConcernLC156Very LowVery Low---------Very Low
127Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Common SnipeGallinago gallinagoCommon Snipe Gallinago gallinagoLeast ConcernLC156HighHighHighLowVery Low--Very LowMediumHighHighHigh
128Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Terek SandpiperXenus cinereusTerek Sandpiper Xenus cinereusLeast ConcernLC162MediumLowLowMediumLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowMedium
129Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Red-necked PhalaropePhalaropus lobatusRed-necked Phalarope Phalaropus lobatusLeast ConcernLC154Very LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowLowLowVery Low-
130Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Red PhalaropePhalaropus fulicariusRed Phalarope Phalaropus fulicariusLeast ConcernLC495---Very LowVery Low-------
131Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Common SandpiperActitis hypoleucosCommon Sandpiper Actitis hypoleucosLeast ConcernLC162Very HighVery HighHighHighMediumLowHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
132Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Green SandpiperTringa ochropusGreen Sandpiper Tringa ochropusLeast ConcernLC160Very HighVery HighHighHighLowLowHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
133Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Common RedshankTringa totanusCommon Redshank Tringa totanusLeast ConcernLC160HighHighHighHighMediumVery LowMediumHighHighHighHighHigh
134Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Marsh SandpiperTringa stagnatilisMarsh Sandpiper Tringa stagnatilisLeast ConcernLC160HighHighHighMediumLowVery LowLowMediumHighHighHighHigh
135Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Wood SandpiperTringa glareolaWood Sandpiper Tringa glareolaLeast ConcernLC160HighHighHighHighHighLowMediumHighHighHighHighHigh
136Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Spotted RedshankTringa erythropusSpotted Redshank Tringa erythropusLeast ConcernLC160HighHighHighMediumVery LowVery LowLowMediumHighHighHighHigh
137Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Common GreenshankTringa nebulariaCommon Greenshank Tringa nebulariaLeast ConcernLC160HighHighHighHighMediumLowMediumHighHighHighHighHigh
138Dromadidae (Crab-plover)Crab-ploverDromas ardeolaCrab-plover Dromas ardeolaLeast ConcernLC146MediumMediumLowVery Low---Very LowVery LowVery LowLowLow
139Glareolidae (Pratincoles and Coursers)Cream-colored CourserCursorius cursorCream-colored Courser Cursorius cursorLeast ConcernLC168HighHighLowVery Low---Very LowLowMediumHighHigh
140Glareolidae (Pratincoles and Coursers)Indian CourserCursorius coromandelicusIndian Courser Cursorius coromandelicusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC168MediumMediumLowMediumLowMediumHighHighHighHighHighMedium
141Glareolidae (Pratincoles and Coursers)Collared PratincoleGlareola pratincolaCollared Pratincole Glareola pratincolaLeast ConcernLC168Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low---Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
142Glareolidae (Pratincoles and Coursers)Oriental PratincoleGlareola maldivarumOriental Pratincole Glareola maldivarumLeast ConcernLC168-Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low--Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-
143Glareolidae (Pratincoles and Coursers)Small PratincoleGlareola lacteaSmall Pratincole Glareola lacteaLeast ConcernLC168Very LowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery Low
144Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Slender-billed GullChroicocephalus geneiSlender-billed Gull Chroicocephalus geneiLeast ConcernLC172MediumMediumMediumHighMediumVery LowVery LowVery LowMediumMediumMediumMedium
145Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Brown-headed GullChroicocephalus brunnicephalusBrown-headed Gull Chroicocephalus brunnicephalusLeast ConcernLC172HighHighMediumMediumLow--Very LowLowMediumMediumHigh
146Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Black-headed GullChroicocephalus ridibundusBlack-headed Gull Chroicocephalus ridibundusLeast ConcernLC172HighHighMediumHighLow---Very LowLowMediumHigh
147Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Pallas's GullIchthyaetus ichthyaetusPallas's Gull Ichthyaetus ichthyaetusLeast ConcernLC170HighHighHighHighLowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumHighHigh
148Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Mew GullLarus canusMew Gull Larus canusLeast ConcernLC172Very LowVery Low----------
149Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Caspian GullLarus cachinnansCaspian Gull Larus cachinnansLeast ConcernLC170Very LowVery Low---------Very Low
150Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Lesser Black-backed GullLarus fuscusLesser Black-backed Gull Larus fuscusLeast ConcernLC503HighMediumMediumMediumLowVery LowVery LowVery LowMediumMediumMediumHigh
151Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Gull-billed TernGelochelidon niloticaGull-billed Tern Gelochelidon niloticaLeast ConcernLC174HighHighHighHighMediumVery LowLowMediumHighHighHighHigh
152Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Caspian TernHydroprogne caspiaCaspian Tern Hydroprogne caspiaLeast ConcernLC174MediumMediumMediumMediumLowVery LowVery LowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
153Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Greater Crested TernThalasseus bergiiGreater Crested Tern Thalasseus bergiiLeast ConcernLC174Very LowVery LowVery Low------Very LowVery LowVery Low
154Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Lesser Crested TernThalasseus bengalensisLesser Crested Tern Thalasseus bengalensisLeast ConcernLC174MediumMediumLowVery Low---Very LowVery LowVery LowLowMedium
155Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Sandwich TernThalasseus sandvicensisSandwich Tern Thalasseus sandvicensisLeast ConcernLC174Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-----Very LowVery LowLow
156Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Little TernSternula albifronsLittle Tern Sternula albifronsLeast ConcernLC178LowLowLowMediumLow-Very LowLowMediumLowLowLow
157Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Saunders's TernSternula saundersiSaunders's Tern Sternula saundersiLeast ConcernLC178Very LowVery LowVery LowLowLowVery Low-----Very Low
158Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)River TernSterna aurantiaRiver Tern Sterna aurantiaVulnerableVU176HighHighHighHighMediumHighHighVery HighHighHighHighHigh
159Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Common TernSterna hirundoCommon Tern Sterna hirundoLeast ConcernLC176LowLowVery LowVery Low----Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
160Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Black-bellied TernSterna acuticaudaBlack-bellied Tern Sterna acuticaudaEndangeredEN178Very LowVery Low-------Very LowVery LowVery Low
161Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Whiskered TernChlidonias hybridaWhiskered Tern Chlidonias hybridaLeast ConcernLC178HighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumLowMediumHighHighHighHigh
162Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)White-winged TernChlidonias leucopterusWhite-winged Tern Chlidonias leucopterusLeast ConcernLC178Very LowVery Low--Very LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery Low-Very Low
163Ciconiidae (Storks)Painted StorkMycteria leucocephalaPainted Stork Mycteria leucocephalaNear ThreatenedNT74HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
164Ciconiidae (Storks)Asian OpenbillAnastomus oscitansAsian Openbill Anastomus oscitansLeast ConcernLC74HighMediumMediumLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
165Ciconiidae (Storks)Black StorkCiconia nigraBlack Stork Ciconia nigraLeast ConcernLC74MediumMediumHighLowVery Low---Very LowLowMediumMedium
166Ciconiidae (Storks)Woolly-necked StorkCiconia episcopusWoolly-necked Stork Ciconia episcopusNear ThreatenedNT74MediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighMediumMedium
167Ciconiidae (Storks)White StorkCiconia ciconiaWhite Stork Ciconia ciconiaLeast ConcernLC74LowLowLowVery LowVery Low---Very LowLowLowLow
168Ciconiidae (Storks)Black-necked StorkEphippiorhynchus asiaticusBlack-necked Stork Ephippiorhynchus asiaticusNear ThreatenedNT76MediumMediumLowMediumLowLowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowMedium
169Sulidae (Boobies and Gannets)Masked BoobySula dactylatraMasked Booby Sula dactylatraLeast ConcernLC92-------Very Low----
170Sulidae (Boobies and Gannets)Brown BoobySula leucogasterBrown Booby Sula leucogasterLeast ConcernLC92-------Very LowVery Low---
171Phalacrocoracidae (Cormorants and Shags)Little CormorantMicrocarbo nigerLittle Cormorant Microcarbo nigerLeast ConcernLC94Very HighVery HighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
172Phalacrocoracidae (Cormorants and Shags)Indian CormorantPhalacrocorax fuscicollisIndian Cormorant Phalacrocorax fuscicollisLeast ConcernLC94HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
173Phalacrocoracidae (Cormorants and Shags)Great CormorantPhalacrocorax carboGreat Cormorant Phalacrocorax carboLeast ConcernLC94HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
174Anhingidae (Anhingas)Oriental DarterAnhinga melanogasterOriental Darter Anhinga melanogasterNear ThreatenedNT94HighHighHighMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighHigh
175Threskiornithidae (Ibises and Spoonbills)Black-headed IbisThreskiornis melanocephalusBlack-headed Ibis Threskiornis melanocephalusNear ThreatenedNT78HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
176Threskiornithidae (Ibises and Spoonbills)Red-naped IbisPseudibis papillosaRed-naped Ibis Pseudibis papillosaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC78HighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHigh
177Threskiornithidae (Ibises and Spoonbills)Glossy IbisPlegadis falcinellusGlossy Ibis Plegadis falcinellusLeast ConcernLC78HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
178Threskiornithidae (Ibises and Spoonbills)Eurasian SpoonbillPlatalea leucorodiaEurasian Spoonbill Platalea leucorodiaLeast ConcernLC78HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
179Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Eurasian BitternBotaurus stellarisEurasian Bittern Botaurus stellarisLeast ConcernLC80Very LowVery Low-------Very LowVery Low-
180Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Little BitternIxobrychus minutusLittle Bittern Ixobrychus minutusLeast ConcernLC80------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
181Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Yellow BitternIxobrychus sinensisYellow Bittern Ixobrychus sinensisLeast ConcernLC80Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowVery Low
182Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Cinnamon BitternIxobrychus cinnamomeusCinnamon Bittern Ixobrychus cinnamomeusLeast ConcernLC80---Very LowLowVery Low----Very LowVery Low
183Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Black BitternIxobrychus flavicollisBlack Bittern Ixobrychus flavicollisLeast ConcernLC80Very LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
184Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Black-crowned Night HeronNycticorax nycticoraxBlack-crowned Night Heron Nycticorax nycticoraxLeast ConcernLC82HighHighMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighMediumHighHigh
185Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Striated HeronButorides striataStriated Heron Butorides striataLeast ConcernLC82LowLowLowLowLowLowHighMediumLowLowLowLow
186Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Indian Pond HeronArdeola grayiiIndian Pond Heron Ardeola grayiiLeast ConcernLC82Very HighVery HighVery HighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
187Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Eastern Cattle EgretBubulcus coromandusEastern Cattle Egret Bubulcus coromandusLeast ConcernLC86Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
188Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Grey HeronArdea cinereaGrey Heron Ardea cinereaLeast ConcernLC84Very HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery High
189Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Purple HeronArdea purpureaPurple Heron Ardea purpureaLeast ConcernLC84HighHighHighHighMediumHighHighMediumMediumMediumHighHigh
190Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Great EgretArdea albaGreat Egret Ardea albaLeast ConcernLC86HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
191Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Intermediate EgretArdea intermediaIntermediate Egret Ardea intermediaLeast ConcernLC86HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
192Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Little EgretEgretta garzettaLittle Egret Egretta garzettaLeast ConcernLC86Very HighVery HighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighHighVery HighVery HighVery High
193Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Western Reef HeronEgretta gularisWestern Reef Heron Egretta gularisLeast ConcernLC86HighHighHighHighMediumLowLowMediumHighHighHighHigh
194Pelecanidae (Pelicans)Great White PelicanPelecanus onocrotalusGreat White Pelican Pelecanus onocrotalusLeast ConcernLC90HighHighHighMediumLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowHighHighHigh
195Pelecanidae (Pelicans)Dalmatian PelicanPelecanus crispusDalmatian Pelican Pelecanus crispusNear ThreatenedNT90HighHighHighLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowMediumHighHigh
196Pandionidae (Ospreys)Western OspreyPandion haliaetusWestern Osprey Pandion haliaetusLeast ConcernLC104MediumMediumMediumLowVery LowMediumLowMediumLowMediumMediumMedium
197Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Black-winged KiteElanus caeruleusBlack-winged Kite Elanus caeruleusLeast ConcernLC102Very HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
198Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Egyptian VultureNeophron percnopterusEgyptian Vulture Neophron percnopterusEndangeredEN108Very HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
199Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Crested Honey BuzzardPernis ptilorhynchusCrested Honey Buzzard Pernis ptilorhynchusLeast ConcernLC106HighHighHighHighVery HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
200Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)White-rumped VultureGyps bengalensisWhite-rumped Vulture Gyps bengalensisCritically EndangeredCR108HighHighHighMediumLowVery LowLowMediumLowMediumHighHigh
201Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Indian VultureGyps indicusIndian Vulture Gyps indicusNear EndemicNECritically EndangeredCR108MediumHighHighHighMediumMediumLowMediumMediumMediumHighHigh
202Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Himalayan VultureGyps himalayensisHimalayan Vulture Gyps himalayensisNear ThreatenedNT110HighHighMediumVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowVery LowLowHighHigh
203Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Griffon VultureGyps fulvusGriffon Vulture Gyps fulvusLeast ConcernLC110HighHighHighMediumLowVery LowLowLowLowHighHighHigh
204Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Red-headed VultureSarcogyps calvusRed-headed Vulture Sarcogyps calvusCritically EndangeredCR110HighMediumMediumLowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumMediumMediumHigh
205Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Cinereous VultureAegypius monachusCinereous Vulture Aegypius monachusNear ThreatenedNT110HighHighHighMediumVery Low-Very LowLowVery LowMediumHighHigh
206Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Crested Serpent EagleSpilornis cheelaCrested Serpent Eagle Spilornis cheelaLeast ConcernLC112LowVery LowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLow
207Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Short-toed Snake EagleCircaetus gallicusShort-toed Snake Eagle Circaetus gallicusLeast ConcernLC112HighHighHighMediumMediumLowMediumHighHighHighHighHigh
208Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Changeable Hawk-EagleNisaetus cirrhatusChangeable Hawk-Eagle Nisaetus cirrhatusLeast ConcernLC130Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowVery Low---Very Low
209Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Black EagleIctinaetus malaiensisBlack Eagle Ictinaetus malaiensisLeast ConcernLC106Very LowVery LowLowVery Low-----Very LowVery LowVery Low
210Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Indian Spotted EagleClanga hastataIndian Spotted Eagle Clanga hastataNear EndemicNEVulnerableVU124LowMediumMediumLowLowVery LowVery LowMediumMediumHighLowLow
211Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Greater Spotted EagleClanga clangaGreater Spotted Eagle Clanga clangaVulnerableVU124HighHighHighLowVery Low--Very LowLowHighHighHigh
212Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Booted EagleHieraaetus pennatusBooted Eagle Hieraaetus pennatusLeast ConcernLC128HighHighHighLowLowVery LowVery LowHighHighHighHighHigh
213Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Tawny EagleAquila rapaxTawny Eagle Aquila rapaxVulnerableVU126HighHighHighMediumMediumHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighHigh
214Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Steppe EagleAquila nipalensisSteppe Eagle Aquila nipalensisEndangeredEN126Very HighVery HighVery HighHighLowVery LowVery LowLowHighVery HighVery HighVery High
215Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Eastern Imperial EagleAquila heliacaEastern Imperial Eagle Aquila heliacaVulnerableVU126HighHighHighMediumVery Low--Very LowMediumHighVery HighHigh
216Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Bonelli's EagleAquila fasciataBonelli's Eagle Aquila fasciataLeast ConcernLC128MediumHighHighHighMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighMedium
217Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)ShikraAccipiter badiusShikra Accipiter badiusLeast ConcernLC118Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
218Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Eurasian SparrowhawkAccipiter nisusEurasian Sparrowhawk Accipiter nisusLeast ConcernLC120HighHighHighHighLow--Very LowMediumHighHighHigh
219Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Western Marsh HarrierCircus aeruginosusWestern Marsh Harrier Circus aeruginosusLeast ConcernLC114HighHighHighMediumVery Low-Very LowMediumHighVery HighHighHigh
220Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Hen HarrierCircus cyaneusHen Harrier Circus cyaneusLeast ConcernLC116Very LowVery Low--------Very LowVery Low
221Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Pallid HarrierCircus macrourusPallid Harrier Circus macrourusNear ThreatenedNT116HighHighHighMediumVery Low--MediumHighVery HighHighHigh
222Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Montagu's HarrierCircus pygargusMontagu's Harrier Circus pygargusLeast ConcernLC116Very HighHighHighLowVery Low-Very LowMediumVery HighVery HighVery HighHigh
223Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Black KiteMilvus migransBlack Kite Milvus migransLeast ConcernLC102Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
224Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Brahminy KiteHaliastur indusBrahminy Kite Haliastur indusLeast ConcernLC102LowLowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowLow
225Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Pallas's Fish EagleHaliaeetus leucoryphusPallas's Fish Eagle Haliaeetus leucoryphusEndangeredEN104Very LowVery Low----------
226Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)White-tailed EagleHaliaeetus albicillaWhite-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicillaLeast ConcernLC104Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-----Very LowLowVery Low
227Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)White-eyed BuzzardButastur teesaWhite-eyed Buzzard Butastur teesaLeast ConcernLC122MediumMediumHighMediumMediumHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighMedium
228Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Long-legged BuzzardButeo rufinusLong-legged Buzzard Buteo rufinusLeast ConcernLC122Very HighVery HighHighHighLowVery LowVery LowMediumHighVery HighVery HighVery High
229Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Common BuzzardButeo buteoCommon Buzzard Buteo buteoLeast ConcernLC122HighHighHighLowVery Low---LowHighHighHigh
230Tytonidae (Barn Owls)Eastern Barn OwlTyto javanicaEastern Barn Owl Tyto javanicaLeast ConcernLC214LowLowVery LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowLow
231Strigidae (Owls)Indian Scops OwlOtus bakkamoenaIndian Scops Owl Otus bakkamoenaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC216LowLowLowLowMediumMediumLowVery LowLowLowVery LowLow
232Strigidae (Owls)Pallid Scops OwlOtus bruceiPallid Scops Owl Otus bruceiLeast ConcernLC218MediumLowVery Low------Very LowLowMedium
233Strigidae (Owls)Eurasian Scops OwlOtus scopsEurasian Scops Owl Otus scopsLeast ConcernLC218Very LowVery LowVery Low----Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
234Strigidae (Owls)Oriental Scops OwlOtus suniaOriental Scops Owl Otus suniaLeast ConcernLC218Very LowVery LowVery Low---------
235Strigidae (Owls)Indian Eagle-OwlBubo bengalensisIndian Eagle-Owl Bubo bengalensisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC222HighHighMediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
236Strigidae (Owls)Dusky Eagle-OwlBubo coromandusDusky Eagle-Owl Bubo coromandusLeast ConcernLC222Very Low----------Very Low
237Strigidae (Owls)Brown Fish OwlKetupa zeylonensisBrown Fish Owl Ketupa zeylonensisLeast ConcernLC222Very LowVery Low---Very LowLowVery Low----
238Strigidae (Owls)Jungle OwletGlaucidium radiatumJungle Owlet Glaucidium radiatumNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC220Very Low----------Very Low
239Strigidae (Owls)Spotted OwletAthene bramaSpotted Owlet Athene bramaLeast ConcernLC220HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
240Strigidae (Owls)Long-eared OwlAsio otusLong-eared Owl Asio otusLeast ConcernLC214-Very LowVery LowVery Low------Very LowVery Low
241Strigidae (Owls)Short-eared OwlAsio flammeusShort-eared Owl Asio flammeusLeast ConcernLC214HighHighLowVery LowVery Low---Very LowMediumHighHigh
242Upupidae (Hoopoes)Eurasian HoopoeUpupa epopsEurasian Hoopoe Upupa epopsLeast ConcernLC236Very HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
243Bucerotidae (Hornbills)Indian Grey HornbillOcyceros birostrisIndian Grey Hornbill Ocyceros birostrisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC244MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighMediumMediumLowLowMediumMedium
244Coraciidae (Rollers)Indian RollerCoracias benghalensisIndian Roller Coracias benghalensisLeast ConcernLC236Very HighVery HighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
245Coraciidae (Rollers)European RollerCoracias garrulusEuropean Roller Coracias garrulusLeast ConcernLC236Very Low--Very LowLowVery LowHighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighVery Low
246Alcedinidae (Kingfishers)Stork-billed KingfisherPelargopsis capensisStork-billed Kingfisher Pelargopsis capensisLeast ConcernLC238Very LowVery Low--------Very LowVery Low
247Alcedinidae (Kingfishers)White-throated KingfisherHalcyon smyrnensisWhite-throated Kingfisher Halcyon smyrnensisLeast ConcernLC238Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
248Alcedinidae (Kingfishers)Black-capped KingfisherHalcyon pileataBlack-capped Kingfisher Halcyon pileataLeast ConcernLC238Very Low--------Very LowVery LowVery Low
249Alcedinidae (Kingfishers)Common KingfisherAlcedo atthisCommon Kingfisher Alcedo atthisLeast ConcernLC240HighHighHighMediumMediumMediumHighMediumMediumHighHighHigh
250Alcedinidae (Kingfishers)Pied KingfisherCeryle rudisPied Kingfisher Ceryle rudisLeast ConcernLC240HighHighHighMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
251Meropidae (Bee-eaters)Green Bee-eaterMerops orientalisGreen Bee-eater Merops orientalisLeast ConcernLC242Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
252Meropidae (Bee-eaters)Blue-cheeked Bee-eaterMerops persicusBlue-cheeked Bee-eater Merops persicusLeast ConcernLC242---LowHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighVery Low
253Meropidae (Bee-eaters)Blue-tailed Bee-eaterMerops philippinusBlue-tailed Bee-eater Merops philippinusLeast ConcernLC242--Very LowVery LowVery LowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumLowVery Low
254Megalaimidae (Asian Barbets)Brown-headed BarbetPsilopogon zeylanicusBrown-headed Barbet Psilopogon zeylanicusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC248MediumHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighHighMedium
255Megalaimidae (Asian Barbets)Coppersmith BarbetPsilopogon haemacephalusCoppersmith Barbet Psilopogon haemacephalusLeast ConcernLC250HighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHighMedium
256Picidae (Woodpeckers)Eurasian WryneckJynx torquillaEurasian Wryneck Jynx torquillaLeast ConcernLC252HighMediumMediumLowVery Low-Very LowMediumHighHighHighHigh
257Picidae (Woodpeckers)Brown-capped Pygmy WoodpeckerYungipicus nanusBrown-capped Pygmy Woodpecker Yungipicus nanusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC256LowVery LowLowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowVery LowVery Low
258Picidae (Woodpeckers)Yellow-crowned WoodpeckerLeiopicus mahrattensisYellow-crowned Woodpecker Leiopicus mahrattensisLeast ConcernLC258MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighMediumMedium
259Picidae (Woodpeckers)Sind WoodpeckerDendrocopos assimilisSind Woodpecker Dendrocopos assimilisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC258-------Very Low----
260Picidae (Woodpeckers)Black-rumped FlamebackDinopium benghalenseBlack-rumped Flameback Dinopium benghalenseNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC262MediumHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighMedium
261Picidae (Woodpeckers)White-naped WoodpeckerChrysocolaptes festivusWhite-naped Woodpecker Chrysocolaptes festivusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC262Very LowVery Low--Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very Low
262Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)Lesser KestrelFalco naumanniLesser Kestrel Falco naumanniLeast ConcernLC96Very LowVery Low-Very LowLowVery Low--LowMediumLowLow
263Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)Common KestrelFalco tinnunculusCommon Kestrel Falco tinnunculusLeast ConcernLC96Very HighVery HighHighHighLowVery LowVery LowMediumHighVery HighVery HighVery High
264Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)Red-necked FalconFalco chicqueraRed-necked Falcon Falco chicqueraNear ThreatenedNT96MediumMediumLowLowMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighMedium
265Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)Amur FalconFalco amurensisAmur Falcon Falco amurensisLeast ConcernLC98Very Low--------Very LowVery LowVery Low
266Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)MerlinFalco columbariusMerlin Falco columbariusLeast ConcernLC98MediumMediumLowVery Low----Very LowLowMediumMedium
267Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)Eurasian HobbyFalco subbuteoEurasian Hobby Falco subbuteoLeast ConcernLC98Very Low------Very LowMediumHighMediumVery Low
268Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)Laggar FalconFalco juggerLaggar Falcon Falco juggerNear EndemicNENear ThreatenedNT100HighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHigh
269Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)Saker FalconFalco cherrugSaker Falcon Falco cherrugEndangeredEN100LowVery LowVery Low------Very LowVery LowLow
270Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)Peregrine FalconFalco peregrinusPeregrine Falcon Falco peregrinusLeast ConcernLC100HighHighHighHighLowLowMediumMediumHighHighHighHigh
271Psittaculidae (Old World Parrots)Plum-headed ParakeetPsittacula cyanocephalaPlum-headed Parakeet Psittacula cyanocephalaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC202HighHighMediumMediumHighMediumMediumHighMediumMediumMediumMedium
272Psittaculidae (Old World Parrots)Alexandrine ParakeetPsittacula eupatriaAlexandrine Parakeet Psittacula eupatriaNear ThreatenedNT200MediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighMediumMediumLowMediumLowLow
273Psittaculidae (Old World Parrots)Rose-ringed ParakeetPsittacula krameriRose-ringed Parakeet Psittacula krameriLeast ConcernLC200Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
274Pittidae (Pittas)Indian PittaPitta brachyuraIndian Pitta Pitta brachyuraNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC264--Very LowLowVery LowMediumHighMediumVery Low---
275Vangidae (Vangas)Common WoodshrikeTephrodornis pondicerianusCommon Woodshrike Tephrodornis pondicerianusLeast ConcernLC266HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
276Artamidae (Woodswallows)Ashy WoodswallowArtamus fuscusAshy Woodswallow Artamus fuscusLeast ConcernLC266---------Very LowVery Low-
277Aegithinidae (Ioras)Common IoraAegithina tiphiaCommon Iora Aegithina tiphiaLeast ConcernLC270LowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLow
278Aegithinidae (Ioras)Marshall's IoraAegithina nigroluteaMarshall's Iora Aegithina nigroluteaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC270HighHighMediumMediumLowMediumMediumHighHighHighMediumHigh
279Campephagidae (Cuckooshrikes)White-bellied MinivetPericrocotus erythropygiusWhite-bellied Minivet Pericrocotus erythropygiusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC270LowLowLowMediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumLowLowLow
280Campephagidae (Cuckooshrikes)Small MinivetPericrocotus cinnamomeusSmall Minivet Pericrocotus cinnamomeusLeast ConcernLC272HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
281Campephagidae (Cuckooshrikes)Large CuckooshrikeCoracina maceiLarge Cuckooshrike Coracina maceiLeast ConcernLC268LowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumLowLowVery LowLowVery LowLow
282Campephagidae (Cuckooshrikes)Black-headed CuckooshrikeLalage melanopteraBlack-headed Cuckooshrike Lalage melanopteraNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC268-Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowMediumLowVery Low---
283Laniidae (Shrikes)Brown ShrikeLanius cristatusBrown Shrike Lanius cristatusLeast ConcernLC274Very LowVery LowVery Low----Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
284Laniidae (Shrikes)Red-backed ShrikeLanius collurioRed-backed Shrike Lanius collurioLeast ConcernLC274Very LowVery LowVery Low---Very LowMediumHighMediumVery LowVery Low
285Laniidae (Shrikes)Isabelline ShrikeLanius isabellinusIsabelline Shrike Lanius isabellinusLeast ConcernLC274Very HighHighHighLow--Very LowMediumVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
286Laniidae (Shrikes)Red-tailed ShrikeLanius phoenicuroidesRed-tailed Shrike Lanius phoenicuroidesLeast ConcernLC274------Very LowMediumHighMediumVery Low-
287Laniidae (Shrikes)Bay-backed ShrikeLanius vittatusBay-backed Shrike Lanius vittatusLeast ConcernLC276HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHigh
288Laniidae (Shrikes)Long-tailed ShrikeLanius schachLong-tailed Shrike Lanius schachLeast ConcernLC276Very HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
289Laniidae (Shrikes)Great Grey ShrikeLanius excubitorGreat Grey Shrike Lanius excubitorLeast ConcernLC276497Very HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
290Oriolidae (Old World Orioles)Black-hooded OrioleOriolus xanthornusBlack-hooded Oriole Oriolus xanthornusLeast ConcernLC282Very LowVery LowVery Low---------
291Oriolidae (Old World Orioles)Indian Golden OrioleOriolus kundooIndian Golden Oriole Oriolus kundooLeast ConcernLC282Very LowVery LowVery LowHighHighHighHighHighHighMediumLowVery Low
292Dicruridae (Drongos)Black DrongoDicrurus macrocercusBlack Drongo Dicrurus macrocercusLeast ConcernLC280Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
293Dicruridae (Drongos)Ashy DrongoDicrurus leucophaeusAshy Drongo Dicrurus leucophaeusLeast ConcernLC280MediumMediumMediumVery LowVery Low---LowMediumMediumMedium
294Dicruridae (Drongos)White-bellied DrongoDicrurus caerulescensWhite-bellied Drongo Dicrurus caerulescensNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC280HighHighHighMediumMediumMediumHighHighMediumHighMediumMedium
295Rhipiduridae (Fantails)White-spotted FantailRhipidura albogularisWhite-spotted Fantail Rhipidura albogularisEndemicELeast ConcernLC284HighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHigh
296Rhipiduridae (Fantails)White-browed FantailRhipidura aureolaWhite-browed Fantail Rhipidura aureolaLeast ConcernLC284HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
297Monarchidae (Monarchs)Black-naped MonarchHypothymis azureaBlack-naped Monarch Hypothymis azureaLeast ConcernLC284-Very Low--Very LowVery LowVery Low-----
298Monarchidae (Monarchs)Indian Paradise FlycatcherTerpsiphone paradisiIndian Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone paradisiLeast ConcernLC284LowMediumLowMediumMediumHighHighMediumMediumLowVery LowVery Low
299Corvidae (Crows, Jays)Rufous TreepieDendrocitta vagabundaRufous Treepie Dendrocitta vagabundaLeast ConcernLC288HighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighHigh
300Corvidae (Crows, Jays)House CrowCorvus splendensHouse Crow Corvus splendensLeast ConcernLC292Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
301Corvidae (Crows, Jays)Indian Jungle CrowCorvus culminatusIndian Jungle Crow Corvus culminatusNear EndemicNEN/AN/A290HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHigh
302Corvidae (Crows, Jays)Pied CrowCorvus albusPied Crow Corvus albusLeast ConcernLC0-------Very Low----
303Corvidae (Crows, Jays)Northern RavenCorvus coraxNorthern Raven Corvus coraxLeast ConcernLC290HighHighMediumLowLowMediumHighHighHighHighHighHigh
304Hypocoliidae (Hypocolius)Grey HypocoliusHypocolius ampelinusGrey Hypocolius Hypocolius ampelinusLeast ConcernLC314HighMediumMediumVery Low-----Very LowLowMedium
305Stenostiridae (Fairy Flycatchers)Grey-headed Canary-flycatcherCulicicapa ceylonensisGrey-headed Canary-flycatcher Culicicapa ceylonensisLeast ConcernLC444MediumMediumLowVery Low----Very LowMediumMediumMedium
306Paridae (Tits, Chickadees)Cinereous TitParus cinereusCinereous Tit Parus cinereusLeast ConcernLC294MediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighLowMediumMediumMedium
307Paridae (Tits, Chickadees)White-naped TitMachlolophus nuchalisWhite-naped Tit Machlolophus nuchalisEndemicEVulnerableVU294HighMediumLowVery LowLowLowVery LowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
308Paridae (Tits, Chickadees)Indian Black-lored TitMachlolophus aplonotusIndian Black-lored Tit Machlolophus aplonotusEndemicEN/AN/A294HighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHigh
309Alaudidae (Larks)Greater Hoopoe-LarkAlaemon alaudipesGreater Hoopoe-Lark Alaemon alaudipesLeast ConcernLC306HighMediumLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowMediumMediumMedium
310Alaudidae (Larks)Desert LarkAmmomanes desertiDesert Lark Ammomanes desertiLeast ConcernLC308HighHighMediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHigh
311Alaudidae (Larks)Rufous-tailed LarkAmmomanes phoenicuraRufous-tailed Lark Ammomanes phoenicuraNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC308HighHighHighLowMediumHighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHigh
312Alaudidae (Larks)Black-crowned Sparrow-LarkEremopterix nigricepsBlack-crowned Sparrow-Lark Eremopterix nigricepsLeast ConcernLC310HighHighHighMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighHigh
313Alaudidae (Larks)Ashy-crowned Sparrow-LarkEremopterix griseusAshy-crowned Sparrow-Lark Eremopterix griseusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC310HighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHigh
314Alaudidae (Larks)Singing Bush LarkMirafra cantillansSinging Bush Lark Mirafra cantillansLeast ConcernLC306Very LowVery LowLowLowMediumHighHighHighHighMediumLowLow
315Alaudidae (Larks)Indian Bush LarkMirafra erythropteraIndian Bush Lark Mirafra erythropteraNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC306HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighHighHighHigh
316Alaudidae (Larks)Oriental SkylarkAlauda gulgulaOriental Skylark Alauda gulgulaLeast ConcernLC312LowLowVery LowVery Low-Very LowLowLowMediumHighMediumLow
317Alaudidae (Larks)Eurasian SkylarkAlauda arvensisEurasian Skylark Alauda arvensisLeast ConcernLC312Very LowVery LowVery Low-----Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
318Alaudidae (Larks)Sykes's LarkGalerida devaSykes's Lark Galerida devaEndemicELeast ConcernLC312MediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowLowMediumMediumLowLowMedium
319Alaudidae (Larks)Crested LarkGalerida cristataCrested Lark Galerida cristataLeast ConcernLC312Very HighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
320Alaudidae (Larks)Hume's Short-toed LarkCalandrella acutirostrisHume's Short-toed Lark Calandrella acutirostrisLeast ConcernLC310Very LowVery Low--------Very LowVery Low
321Alaudidae (Larks)Mongolian Short-toed LarkCalandrella dukhunensisMongolian Short-toed Lark Calandrella dukhunensisLeast ConcernLC310-------Very LowVery LowVery Low--
322Alaudidae (Larks)Greater Short-toed LarkCalandrella brachydactylaGreater Short-toed Lark Calandrella brachydactylaLeast ConcernLC310Very HighVery HighHighLowVery Low-Very LowMediumHighVery HighVery HighVery High
323Alaudidae (Larks)Bimaculated LarkMelanocorypha bimaculataBimaculated Lark Melanocorypha bimaculataLeast ConcernLC308HighHighLowVery Low--Very LowVery LowLowHighHighHigh
324Alaudidae (Larks)Sand LarkAlaudala raytalSand Lark Alaudala raytalLeast ConcernLC310MediumLowMediumMediumLowLowLowMediumLowLowLowLow
325Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls)Red-whiskered BulbulPycnonotus jocosusRed-whiskered Bulbul Pycnonotus jocosusLeast ConcernLC316MediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighMediumMediumMedium
326Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls)White-eared BulbulPycnonotus leucotisWhite-eared Bulbul Pycnonotus leucotisLeast ConcernLC314Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
327Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls)Red-vented BulbulPycnonotus caferRed-vented Bulbul Pycnonotus caferLeast ConcernLC318Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
328Hirundinidae (Swallows)Grey-throated MartinRiparia chinensisGrey-throated Martin Riparia chinensisLeast ConcernLC300HighHighMediumLowMediumLowLowMediumMediumHighHighHigh
329Hirundinidae (Swallows)Sand MartinRiparia ripariaSand Martin Riparia ripariaLeast ConcernLC300MediumLowLowMediumVery Low---Very LowLowLowLow
330Hirundinidae (Swallows)Pale MartinRiparia dilutaPale Martin Riparia dilutaLeast ConcernLC300Very LowVery LowVery Low--Very LowLowVery Low-Very LowVery LowLow
331Hirundinidae (Swallows)Barn SwallowHirundo rusticaBarn Swallow Hirundo rusticaLeast ConcernLC304HighHighHighHighLowVery LowLowHighHighHighHighHigh
332Hirundinidae (Swallows)Wire-tailed SwallowHirundo smithiiWire-tailed Swallow Hirundo smithiiLeast ConcernLC302HighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighHighHighHigh
333Hirundinidae (Swallows)Eurasian Crag MartinPtyonoprogne rupestrisEurasian Crag Martin Ptyonoprogne rupestrisLeast ConcernLC300LowVery LowLowLowVery Low---Very LowMediumMediumMedium
334Hirundinidae (Swallows)Dusky Crag MartinPtyonoprogne concolorDusky Crag Martin Ptyonoprogne concolorLeast ConcernLC300HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHigh
335Hirundinidae (Swallows)Common House MartinDelichon urbicumCommon House Martin Delichon urbicumLeast ConcernLC302Very Low----------Very Low
336Hirundinidae (Swallows)Red-rumped SwallowCecropis dauricaRed-rumped Swallow Cecropis dauricaLeast ConcernLC304HighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHigh
337Hirundinidae (Swallows)Streak-throated SwallowPetrochelidon fluvicolaStreak-throated Swallow Petrochelidon fluvicolaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC302MediumMediumMediumLowLowMediumHighHighHighMediumMediumMedium
338Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Hume's Leaf WarblerPhylloscopus humeiHume's Leaf Warbler Phylloscopus humeiLeast ConcernLC342HighHighHighLow---Very LowLowHighHighHigh
339Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Yellow-browed WarblerPhylloscopus inornatusYellow-browed Warbler Phylloscopus inornatusLeast ConcernLC342Very Low----------Very Low
340Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Brooks's Leaf WarblerPhylloscopus subviridisBrooks's Leaf Warbler Phylloscopus subviridisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC342Very LowVery Low--------Very LowVery Low
341Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Sulphur-bellied WarblerPhylloscopus griseolusSulphur-bellied Warbler Phylloscopus griseolusLeast ConcernLC340MediumMediumHighMediumVery Low-Very LowLowMediumHighHighMedium
342Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Tickell's Leaf WarblerPhylloscopus affinisTickell's Leaf Warbler Phylloscopus affinisLeast ConcernLC340-Very Low-------Very LowVery Low-
343Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Plain Leaf WarblerPhylloscopus neglectusPlain Leaf Warbler Phylloscopus neglectusLeast ConcernLC340LowVery LowVery Low------Very LowVery LowLow
344Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Common ChiffchaffPhylloscopus collybitaCommon Chiffchaff Phylloscopus collybitaLeast ConcernLC340HighHighHighMediumVery Low--Very LowMediumHighVery HighHigh
345Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Green WarblerPhylloscopus nitidusGreen Warbler Phylloscopus nitidusLeast ConcernLC344Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low---Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
346Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Greenish WarblerPhylloscopus trochiloidesGreenish Warbler Phylloscopus trochiloidesLeast ConcernLC344MediumMediumMediumVery LowVery Low-Very LowLowMediumHighHighMedium
347Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Large-billed Leaf WarblerPhylloscopus magnirostrisLarge-billed Leaf Warbler Phylloscopus magnirostrisLeast ConcernLC344-------Very LowVery LowVery Low--
348Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Western Crowned WarblerPhylloscopus occipitalisWestern Crowned Warbler Phylloscopus occipitalisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC344------Very LowVery LowVery Low---
349Acrocephalidae (Reed Warblers and allies)Clamorous Reed WarblerAcrocephalus stentoreusClamorous Reed Warbler Acrocephalus stentoreusLeast ConcernLC334MediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLowMediumLowMediumMedium
350Acrocephalidae (Reed Warblers and allies)Moustached WarblerAcrocephalus melanopogonMoustached Warbler Acrocephalus melanopogonLeast ConcernLC336Very LowVery Low-------Very LowLowVery Low
351Acrocephalidae (Reed Warblers and allies)Paddyfield WarblerAcrocephalus agricolaPaddyfield Warbler Acrocephalus agricolaLeast ConcernLC336MediumLowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowMediumLow
352Acrocephalidae (Reed Warblers and allies)Blyth's Reed WarblerAcrocephalus dumetorumBlyth's Reed Warbler Acrocephalus dumetorumLeast ConcernLC336MediumMediumMediumHighHighVery LowLowMediumHighHighMediumLow
353Acrocephalidae (Reed Warblers and allies)Thick-billed WarblerArundinax aedonThick-billed Warbler Arundinax aedonLeast ConcernLC334-Very LowVery Low---------
354Acrocephalidae (Reed Warblers and allies)Booted WarblerIduna caligataBooted Warbler Iduna caligataLeast ConcernLC338LowLowLowLowVery Low-Very LowLowMediumMediumLowLow
355Acrocephalidae (Reed Warblers and allies)Sykes's WarblerIduna ramaSykes's Warbler Iduna ramaLeast ConcernLC338MediumMediumLowLowVery LowVery LowLowMediumHighMediumMediumMedium
356Locustellidae (Grassbirds and allies)Common Grasshopper WarblerLocustella naeviaCommon Grasshopper Warbler Locustella naeviaLeast ConcernLC334--------Very LowVery LowVery Low-
357Locustellidae (Grassbirds and allies)Bristled GrassbirdSchoenicola striatusBristled Grassbird Schoenicola striatusNear EndemicNEVulnerableVU328------Very LowVery LowVery Low---
358Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Zitting CisticolaCisticola juncidisZitting Cisticola Cisticola juncidisLeast ConcernLC326MediumMediumMediumLowLowHighHighHighHighHighHighMedium
359Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Rufous-fronted PriniaPrinia buchananiRufous-fronted Prinia Prinia buchananiNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC326HighHighHighMediumMediumMediumHighHighVery HighHighHighHigh
360Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Grey-breasted PriniaPrinia hodgsoniiGrey-breasted Prinia Prinia hodgsoniiLeast ConcernLC324HighHighHighLowMediumHighHighHighHighHighMediumHigh
361Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Graceful PriniaPrinia gracilisGraceful Prinia Prinia gracilisLeast ConcernLC324MediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
362Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Jungle PriniaPrinia sylvaticaJungle Prinia Prinia sylvaticaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC324LowLowLowLowVery LowLowLowMediumHighMediumLowLow
363Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Ashy PriniaPrinia socialisAshy Prinia Prinia socialisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC324Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
364Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Plain PriniaPrinia inornataPlain Prinia Prinia inornataLeast ConcernLC324HighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHigh
365Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Common TailorbirdOrthotomus sutoriusCommon Tailorbird Orthotomus sutoriusLeast ConcernLC328Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
366Timaliidae (Babblers)Indian Scimitar BabblerPomatorhinus horsfieldiiIndian Scimitar Babbler Pomatorhinus horsfieldiiEndemicELeast ConcernLC362LowLowLowLowLowMediumLowLowLowLowLowLow
367Timaliidae (Babblers)Tawny-bellied BabblerDumetia hyperythraTawny-bellied Babbler Dumetia hyperythraNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC360LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowLowLow
368Leiothrichidae (Laughingthrushes)Large Grey BabblerArgya malcolmiLarge Grey Babbler Argya malcolmiNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC366HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHigh
369Leiothrichidae (Laughingthrushes)Striated BabblerArgya earleiStriated Babbler Argya earleiNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC366Very LowVery LowVery Low-------Very LowVery Low
370Leiothrichidae (Laughingthrushes)Common BabblerArgya caudataCommon Babbler Argya caudataNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC366Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
371Leiothrichidae (Laughingthrushes)Jungle BabblerArgya striataJungle Babbler Argya striataNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC366Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
372Sylviidae (Sylviid Babblers)Lesser WhitethroatCurruca currucaLesser Whitethroat Curruca currucaLeast ConcernLC350Very HighVery HighVery HighHighLow-Very LowMediumVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
373Sylviidae (Sylviid Babblers)Desert WhitethroatCurruca minulaDesert Whitethroat Curruca minulaN/AN/A350HighHighMediumMediumVery Low--Very LowMediumMediumHighHigh
373Sylviidae (Sylviid Babblers)Hume's WhitethroatCurruca althaeaHume's Whitethroat Curruca althaeaN/AN/A350-Very LowLowLow----LowMediumVery Low-
375Sylviidae (Sylviid Babblers)Eastern Orphean WarblerCurruca crassirostrisEastern Orphean Warbler Curruca crassirostrisLeast ConcernLC350HighHighMediumVery Low--Very LowLowHighHighMediumHigh
376Sylviidae (Sylviid Babblers)Asian Desert WarblerCurruca nanaAsian Desert Warbler Curruca nanaLeast ConcernLC350HighHighHighVery Low---Very LowLowHighHighHigh
377Sylviidae (Sylviid Babblers)Common WhitethroatCurruca communisCommon Whitethroat Curruca communisLeast ConcernLC350-------MediumHighMediumVery Low-
378Sylviidae (Sylviid Babblers)Yellow-eyed BabblerChrysomma sinenseYellow-eyed Babbler Chrysomma sinenseLeast ConcernLC390MediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighMediumMediumHigh
379Zosteropidae (White-eyes)Indian White-eyeZosterops palpebrosusIndian White-eye Zosterops palpebrosusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC392HighHighHighHighVery HighHighHighHighMediumMediumMediumHigh
380Certhiidae (Treecreepers)Indian Spotted CreeperSalpornis spilonotaIndian Spotted Creeper Salpornis spilonotaEndemicELeast ConcernLC398LowMediumMediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumHighHighMediumLow
381Sturnidae (Starlings)Bank MynaAcridotheres ginginianusBank Myna Acridotheres ginginianusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC402HighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighHighHighHighHigh
382Sturnidae (Starlings)Common MynaAcridotheres tristisCommon Myna Acridotheres tristisLeast ConcernLC402Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
383Sturnidae (Starlings)Pied MynaGracupica contraPied Myna Gracupica contraLeast ConcernLC402HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
384Sturnidae (Starlings)Chestnut-tailed StarlingSturnia malabaricaChestnut-tailed Starling Sturnia malabaricaLeast ConcernLC404----Very LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
385Sturnidae (Starlings)Brahminy StarlingSturnia pagodarumBrahminy Starling Sturnia pagodarumNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC404Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
386Sturnidae (Starlings)Rosy StarlingPastor roseusRosy Starling Pastor roseusLeast ConcernLC404Very HighVery HighHighHighMediumLowHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
387Sturnidae (Starlings)Common StarlingSturnus vulgarisCommon Starling Sturnus vulgarisLeast ConcernLC404HighMediumLowVery Low----Very LowLowHighHigh
388Turdidae (Thrushes)Orange-headed ThrushGeokichla citrinaOrange-headed Thrush Geokichla citrinaLeast ConcernLC406----Very Low-------
389Turdidae (Thrushes)Tickell's ThrushTurdus unicolorTickell's Thrush Turdus unicolorNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC412---------Very LowVery Low-
390Turdidae (Thrushes)Indian BlackbirdTurdus simillimusIndian Blackbird Turdus simillimusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC410Very LowVery LowVery LowLowHighMediumMediumLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
391Turdidae (Thrushes)Black-throated ThrushTurdus atrogularisBlack-throated Thrush Turdus atrogularisLeast ConcernLC414Very LowVery Low-------Very LowVery LowVery Low
392Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Rufous-tailed Scrub RobinCercotrichas galactotesRufous-tailed Scrub Robin Cercotrichas galactotesLeast ConcernLC420-----Very LowLowHighHighMediumVery LowVery Low
393Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Indian RobinCopsychus fulicatusIndian Robin Copsychus fulicatusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC420Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
394Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Oriental Magpie-RobinCopsychus saularisOriental Magpie-Robin Copsychus saularisLeast ConcernLC420HighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighHigh
395Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Spotted FlycatcherMuscicapa striataSpotted Flycatcher Muscicapa striataLeast ConcernLC434------Very LowHighVery HighHighVery Low-
396Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Brown-breasted FlycatcherMuscicapa muttuiBrown-breasted Flycatcher Muscicapa muttuiLeast ConcernLC434Very LowVery Low-------Very LowVery LowVery Low
397Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Tickell's Blue FlycatcherCyornis tickelliaeTickell's Blue Flycatcher Cyornis tickelliaeLeast ConcernLC444LowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumHighMediumMediumLowLowVery Low
398Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Blue-throated Blue FlycatcherCyornis rubeculoidesBlue-throated Blue Flycatcher Cyornis rubeculoidesLeast ConcernLC444----------Very LowVery Low
399Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Verditer FlycatcherEumyias thalassinusVerditer Flycatcher Eumyias thalassinusLeast ConcernLC440Very LowVery Low------Very LowLowLowLow
400Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)BluethroatLuscinia svecicaBluethroat Luscinia svecicaLeast ConcernLC418HighHighHighMediumVery Low--Very LowLowMediumHighHigh
401Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Siberian RubythroatCalliope calliopeSiberian Rubythroat Calliope calliopeLeast ConcernLC418----------Very LowVery Low
402Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Red-breasted FlycatcherFicedula parvaRed-breasted Flycatcher Ficedula parvaLeast ConcernLC436HighHighHighLowVery Low--Very LowMediumHighHighHigh
403Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Taiga FlycatcherFicedula albicillaTaiga Flycatcher Ficedula albicillaLeast ConcernLC436MediumLowLowVery Low----LowMediumMediumLow
404Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Ultramarine FlycatcherFicedula superciliarisUltramarine Flycatcher Ficedula superciliarisLeast ConcernLC438Very LowVery LowVery Low-------Very LowVery Low
405Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Black RedstartPhoenicurus ochrurosBlack Redstart Phoenicurus ochrurosLeast ConcernLC422Very HighVery HighVery HighHighLowVery LowVery LowLowHighVery HighVery HighVery High
406Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Common Rock ThrushMonticola saxatilisCommon Rock Thrush Monticola saxatilisLeast ConcernLC432Very Low------Very LowVery LowLowVery Low-
407Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Blue Rock ThrushMonticola solitariusBlue Rock Thrush Monticola solitariusLeast ConcernLC432MediumMediumLowVery LowVery Low--Very LowLowLowMediumMedium
408Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Blue-capped Rock ThrushMonticola cinclorhynchaBlue-capped Rock Thrush Monticola cinclorhynchaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC432Very LowVery Low--------Very Low-
409Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)White-browed Bush ChatSaxicola macrorhynchusWhite-browed Bush Chat Saxicola macrorhynchusNear EndemicNEVulnerableVU428HighHighMediumLow--Very LowMediumHighHighHighHigh
410Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Siberian StonechatSaxicola maurusSiberian Stonechat Saxicola maurusLeast ConcernLC428HighHighHighHighVery Low-Very LowMediumVery HighVery HighHighHigh
411Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Pied Bush ChatSaxicola caprataPied Bush Chat Saxicola caprataLeast ConcernLC428HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
412Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Isabelline WheatearOenanthe isabellinaIsabelline Wheatear Oenanthe isabellinaLeast ConcernLC430Very HighHighHighLowVery Low-Very LowHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
413Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Desert WheatearOenanthe desertiDesert Wheatear Oenanthe desertiLeast ConcernLC430Very HighVery HighHighLow--Very LowMediumHighVery HighVery HighVery High
414Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Pied WheatearOenanthe pleschankaPied Wheatear Oenanthe pleschankaLeast ConcernLC430---------Very LowVery Low-
415Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Brown Rock ChatOenanthe fuscaBrown Rock Chat Oenanthe fuscaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC432HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHigh
416Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Variable WheatearOenanthe picataVariable Wheatear Oenanthe picataLeast ConcernLC430Very HighVery HighHighMediumVery Low-MediumVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
417Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Finsch's WheatearOenanthe finschiiFinsch's Wheatear Oenanthe finschiiLeast ConcernLC430Very LowVery Low--------Very LowVery Low
418Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Red-tailed WheatearOenanthe chrysopygiaRed-tailed Wheatear Oenanthe chrysopygiaLeast ConcernLC430HighHighMediumVery Low---Very LowLowHighHighHigh
419Dicaeidae (Flowerpeckers)Thick-billed FlowerpeckerDicaeum agileThick-billed Flowerpecker Dicaeum agileLeast ConcernLC450Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
420Nectariniidae (Sunbirds)Purple-rumped SunbirdLeptocoma zeylonicaPurple-rumped Sunbird Leptocoma zeylonicaLeast ConcernLC454Very LowVery Low-----Very Low----
421Nectariniidae (Sunbirds)Purple SunbirdCinnyris asiaticusPurple Sunbird Cinnyris asiaticusLeast ConcernLC454Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
422Passeridae (Old World Sparrows)House SparrowPasser domesticusHouse Sparrow Passer domesticusLeast ConcernLC458Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
423Passeridae (Old World Sparrows)Spanish SparrowPasser hispaniolensisSpanish Sparrow Passer hispaniolensisLeast ConcernLC458LowLowVery Low----Very LowLowLowLowMedium
424Passeridae (Old World Sparrows)Sind SparrowPasser pyrrhonotusSind Sparrow Passer pyrrhonotusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC458Very LowLowVery Low----LowMediumVery LowVery LowLow
425Passeridae (Old World Sparrows)Pale RockfinchCarpospiza brachydactylaPale Rockfinch Carpospiza brachydactylaLeast ConcernLC0Very LowVery Low--------Very LowVery Low
426Passeridae (Old World Sparrows)Yellow-throated SparrowGymnoris xanthocollisYellow-throated Sparrow Gymnoris xanthocollisLeast ConcernLC460Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighVery HighVery HighHighHigh
427Ploceidae (Weavers and Allies)Black-breasted WeaverPloceus benghalensisBlack-breasted Weaver Ploceus benghalensisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC462Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowMediumLowMediumMediumLowVery LowVery LowLow
428Ploceidae (Weavers and Allies)Streaked WeaverPloceus manyarStreaked Weaver Ploceus manyarLeast ConcernLC462LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowMediumLowVery LowLow
429Ploceidae (Weavers and Allies)Baya WeaverPloceus philippinusBaya Weaver Ploceus philippinusLeast ConcernLC462HighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighMediumHigh
430Estrildidae (Waxbills and Allies)Red AvadavatAmandava amandavaRed Avadavat Amandava amandavaLeast ConcernLC464Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowLowLowVery LowLowLow
431Estrildidae (Waxbills and Allies)Green AvadavatAmandava formosaGreen Avadavat Amandava formosaEndemicEVulnerableVU464MediumMediumHighHighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighMediumMediumMedium
432Estrildidae (Waxbills and Allies)Indian SilverbillEuodice malabaricaIndian Silverbill Euodice malabaricaLeast ConcernLC464Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
433Estrildidae (Waxbills and Allies)Scaly-breasted MuniaLonchura punctulataScaly-breasted Munia Lonchura punctulataLeast ConcernLC464LowLowLowLowLowMediumHighHighHighHighHighMedium
434Estrildidae (Waxbills and Allies)Tricolored MuniaLonchura malaccaTricolored Munia Lonchura malaccaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC464Very Low---Very LowLowMediumMediumLowVery LowVery LowVery Low
435Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Forest WagtailDendronanthus indicusForest Wagtail Dendronanthus indicusLeast ConcernLC470Very LowVery Low----------
436Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Western Yellow WagtailMotacilla flavaWestern Yellow Wagtail Motacilla flavaLeast ConcernLC468HighHighHighHighLow-Very LowLowHighHighHighHigh
437Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Citrine WagtailMotacilla citreolaCitrine Wagtail Motacilla citreolaLeast ConcernLC468HighHighHighMediumMediumVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumHighHigh
438Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Grey WagtailMotacilla cinereaGrey Wagtail Motacilla cinereaLeast ConcernLC470HighHighVery HighHighLow--MediumHighVery HighVery HighHigh
439Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)White WagtailMotacilla albaWhite Wagtail Motacilla albaLeast ConcernLC470Very HighVery HighHighHighMediumVery Low-Very LowHighVery HighVery HighVery High
440Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)White-browed WagtailMotacilla maderaspatensisWhite-browed Wagtail Motacilla maderaspatensisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC470HighHighHighMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
441Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Richard's PipitAnthus richardiRichard's Pipit Anthus richardiLeast ConcernLC472Very LowVery LowVery Low---------
442Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Paddyfield PipitAnthus rufulusPaddyfield Pipit Anthus rufulusLeast ConcernLC472HighHighHighHighMediumMediumMediumHighVery HighVery HighHighHigh
443Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Blyth's PipitAnthus godlewskiiBlyth's Pipit Anthus godlewskiiLeast ConcernLC472Very LowVery Low------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
444Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Tawny PipitAnthus campestrisTawny Pipit Anthus campestrisLeast ConcernLC472Very HighHighHighMediumVery LowVery LowVery LowMediumHighVery HighVery HighVery High
445Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Long-billed PipitAnthus similisLong-billed Pipit Anthus similisLeast ConcernLC472HighHighMediumLowLowVery LowVery LowLowHighHighHighHigh
446Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Tree PipitAnthus trivialisTree Pipit Anthus trivialisLeast ConcernLC474MediumMediumMediumLowVery Low--Very LowHighHighMediumMedium
447Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Olive-backed PipitAnthus hodgsoniOlive-backed Pipit Anthus hodgsoniLeast ConcernLC474LowLowLowVery Low----Very LowLowLowLow
448Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Rosy PipitAnthus roseatusRosy Pipit Anthus roseatusLeast ConcernLC474---------Very LowVery Low-
449Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Red-throated PipitAnthus cervinusRed-throated Pipit Anthus cervinusLeast ConcernLC474---------Very LowVery LowVery Low
450Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Buff-bellied PipitAnthus rubescensBuff-bellied Pipit Anthus rubescensLeast ConcernLC474Very LowVery Low--------Very LowVery Low
451Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Water PipitAnthus spinolettaWater Pipit Anthus spinolettaLeast ConcernLC474MediumLowVery Low-----Very LowLowMediumMedium
452Fringillidae (Finches)Trumpeter FinchBucanetes githagineusTrumpeter Finch Bucanetes githagineusLeast ConcernLC478HighMediumLowVery Low----Very LowMediumHighHigh
453Fringillidae (Finches)Common RosefinchCarpodacus erythrinusCommon Rosefinch Carpodacus erythrinusLeast ConcernLC480MediumLowHighVery HighHighVery Low-Very LowLowLowLowMedium
454Emberizidae (Buntings, New World Sparrows and Allies)Crested BuntingEmberiza lathamiCrested Bunting Emberiza lathamiLeast ConcernLC486MediumLowMediumMediumHighHighMediumMediumMediumLowLowLow
455Emberizidae (Buntings, New World Sparrows and Allies)White-capped BuntingEmberiza stewartiWhite-capped Bunting Emberiza stewartiLeast ConcernLC488MediumMediumMediumLowVery Low--Very LowVery LowLowMediumLow
456Emberizidae (Buntings, New World Sparrows and Allies)Grey-necked BuntingEmberiza buchananiGrey-necked Bunting Emberiza buchananiLeast ConcernLC488HighHighMediumMediumMediumVery Low-LowHighHighHighHigh
457Emberizidae (Buntings, New World Sparrows and Allies)Striolated BuntingEmberiza striolataStriolated Bunting Emberiza striolataLeast ConcernLC488HighMediumMediumMediumVery LowVery LowLowVery LowMediumMediumMediumMedium
458Emberizidae (Buntings, New World Sparrows and Allies)Black-headed BuntingEmberiza melanocephalaBlack-headed Bunting Emberiza melanocephalaLeast ConcernLC490MediumLowLowLowVery Low-Very LowLowMediumLowLowLow
459Emberizidae (Buntings, New World Sparrows and Allies)Red-headed BuntingEmberiza brunicepsRed-headed Bunting Emberiza brunicepsLeast ConcernLC490Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowLowLowVery LowLowVery Low

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