Western Ghats Endemic Birds

Black-and-orange Flycatcher

This tour focuses on the endemic birds of the Western Ghats of South India, one of the 36 global biodiversity hotspots due to its large amount of endemism and diversity. The area is important for wintering migrants too, and we are guaranteed some great birds and wildlife throughout as we visit most of the top birding sites in the region. We will see most of the 37 South Indian endemics, plus many of those shared with Sri Lanka, and an excellent selection of large mammals. Key bird species include lots with Malabar and Nilgiri in their name!

Starting from Bangalore (officially now known as Bengaluru) in Karnataka, we take a southerly route through the states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. The main birding sites include the River Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary, Mudumalai National Park, the Nilgiri Hills, Periyar National Park and Thattekad Bird Sanctuary, before we finish on the Kerala coast at Kochi (formerly Cochin).

Itinerary

Day 1: Bangalore to the Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary at Galibore, via Ramnagara Vulture Sanctuary

Yellow-throated Bulbul
Yellow-throated Bulbul

Most international flights arrive into Bangalore in the early morning. On arrival we will drive south to the Cauvery (Kaveri) Wildlife Sanctuary, named after the river that flows along its edge, and stay at the relaxing Galibore Nature Camp, run by the Government of Karnataka’s eco-tourism brand Jungle Lodges & Resorts.

If your flight arrived early enough, or you spent the previous night in Bangalore, we may first stop en route at the Ramnagara Vulture Sanctuary where we will hopefully see some of the few remaining Indian Vultures in south India. This habitat of rocky, scrub-covered hills is good for Yellow-throated Bulbul: a bird that will be tough to find later if we don’t see it here, and the distinctive local form of Long-billed Pipit.

We should arrive at Galibore in time for a late lunch and afternoon birding with local naturalists who are true experts in the wildlife of this area, many having been born in small villages nearby and will tell us about their exciting long walks through the jungle to and from school each day! We can also take a ride on the river in a coracle, the traditional round bamboo boat, which is an excellent way of exploring.

Day 2: Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary at Galibore

Our full day here will involve morning and afternoon bird walks, as well as plenty of time to relax in the well-appointed camp itself; you may well see the charming and rare Grizzled Giant Squirrel whilst lounging in your hammock! This is probably the best place in India to see this restricted range endemic.

The riverine and scrub forests of the Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary provide excellent birding, with many species that we won’t encounter in the different habitats on the rest of this tour. Prime amongst these is Lesser Fish Eagle, which was unknown in south India until they were discovered along this stretch of river, and we have a very good chance of seeing a pair here. Other fairly common birds that we should encounter include Blue-faced Malkoha, Green Imperial Pigeon, Stork-billed Kingfisher, Crested Treeswift, White-bellied Drongo, Jerdon’s Bushlark, and Jerdon’s Leafbird, whilst luck could bring us Painted Spurfowl, Painted Sandgrouse, White-naped Woodpecker, Marshall’s Iora and White-naped Tit. Night brings us a chance of multiple nightjar and owl species, and we may well see Indian Scops and Brown Hawk Owls at their daytime roosts.

Day 3: Galibore to Masinagudi, Mudumalai National Park, via Bandipur National Park

After early morning birding and a full Indian breakfast, we will set off on the drive to Masinagudi. We have two possible routes depending on our preference for a birding stop.  One is via the Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary on a different stretch of the Cauvery River. A short boat ride is an excellent way of observing the colony of storks, egrets and cormorants, and we should also see Spot-billed Pelican, Painted Stork, Streak-throated Swallow, Great Thick-knee, River Tern and White-spotted Fantail. Alternatively, and especially if we have seen most of these riverine species at Galibore, we will take a cross-country route that takes us across the river at Talakadu. This is a historic site known for an ancient group of Hindu temples, most of which are now buried in sand, and from a birding viewpoint occasionally hosts wintering Black-bellied Terns.

Either route takes us through Bandipur and Mudumalai National Parks, and provides lots of potential for en-route birds, although unfortunately we are not allowed to stop inside the National Parks. Outside though we will try a few brief stops, particularly where there is good dry scrub habitat which may produce species such as Yellow-wattled Lapwing, Jerdon’s Bushlark, Blue-winged (Malabar) Parakeet, Small Minivet, Black-headed Cuckooshrike and Ashy-crowned Sparrow Lark.

Our accommodation at Jungle Hut in Masinagudi has excellent birding in its grounds where we can relax before visiting another nearby scrub habitat later in the afternoon.

Day 4: Masinagudi, Mudumalai National Park

Malabar Lark
Malabar Lark

Today is a full day of birding in the excellent scrub habitat of Mudumalai, particularly in the Masinagudi area. The regionally scarce White-bellied Minivet will be a key target here, whilst we will also be searching for birds such as Red Spurfowl, Brown Fish Owl, Blue-faced Malkoha, Blue-bearded Bee-eater, White-naped Woodpecker, Indian Pygmy Woodpecker, Indian Nuthatch and Malabar Lark.

Day 5: Masinagudi to Ooty, via Kalhatty Ghat

After a final morning birding session in Masinagudi, we head to our next destination: Udagamandalam, more commonly known as Ooty, situated at an altitude of about 2,200m. Ooty was originally occupied by various hill tribes of the region, and later became a popular destination during the British colonial period. After independence, it has become a popular holiday destination due to its beautiful hills and forests, pleasant climate, and locally made chocolate!

Day 6: Ooty

Nilgiri Flycatcher
Nilgiri Flycatcher

We have a full day to bird various sites in the Ooty area, particular concentrating on remnant forest patches amongst the extensive tea estates. Key species here include Indian Blue Robin, Indian Blackbird, Nilgiri Sholakili (Nilgiri Blue Robin), Kashmir Flycatcher, Nilgiri Flycatcher, Black-and-orange Flycatcher, Tytler’s Leaf Warbler, Nilgiri Wood Pigeon and Painted Bush Quail.

Day 7: Ooty to Parambikulam Tiger Reserve

Hopefully having seen most of Ooty’s specialities we will make an early start for Parambikulam Tiger Reserve in the Nelliampathy and Annamalai Hills in Kerala. This is excellent forest habitat, contiguous with the Indira Gandhi National Park in Tamil Nadu, which we will pass through at Top Slip. In the late afternoon there is a good chance of seeing Great Hornbill, which often perch prominently in tall trees before flying off to roost. We will also look to see Indian Pitta, Malabar Trogon, Emerald Dove, Grey-fronted Green Pigeon, Malabar (Crimson-fronted) Barbet, Orange Minivet, the scarce Grey-headed Bulbul, Malabar Starling, Brown-breasted Flycatcher and Thick-billed Warbler.

Day 8: Parambikulam to Munnar, via Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary

With a local forest guard who will keep a keen eye and ear out for elephants, we will enjoy an early morning trek through the beautiful forest at Parambikulam and are certain to add a few more Western Ghats forest specialities. After that it is time to head back up into the hills again at Munnar, but with a birding stop on the way at Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary. This is one of the few dry scrub habitats in Kerala and gives us another chance of Yellow-throated Bulbul if we were unable to connect with that on our first day. One trail here follows the river where we have an outside chance of seeing the impressive Spot-bellied Eagle-Owl. Other species include Malabar Whistling Thrush, Brown Fish-owl, Western Crowned Leaf-warbler, Tickell’s Blue Flycatcher and Asian Paradise Flycatcher.

We will probably arrive after dark if we have spent long birding at Chinnar but, if it is still late afternoon, we’ll break for a tea stop at Karadippara, which provides an excellent vantage point across the extensive wooded valley. Species here might include Yellow-browed Bulbul, Crimson-backed Sunbird, Grey-fronted Green Pigeon (formerly Pompadour Green Pigeon), , Little Spiderhunter, Brown-cheeked Fulvetta and Rusty-tailed Flycatcher.

Day 9: Munnar

Nilgiri Pipit
Nilgiri Pipit

Around Munnar, the pockets of the shola forest (the high-altitude montane forests amongst the grassland) and mountain grassland ecosystem are home to several endemic birds and various mammals including Nilgiri Tahr. The altitude above 1600 m means an agreeable climate throughout the year, although in December and January the temperatures can fall to single digits: a slight reminder of the European winter you may have escaped to come here! Rainfall of over 300 cm per year is recorded mainly during June to September, but in these cloud forests it can rain at any time of year. Here we will look for several more South Indian and Nilgiri Hills endemics.

Target species around Munnar include Palani Laughingthrush (formerly Grey-breasted Laughingthrush), White-bellied Sholakili (formerly a Blue Robin, and before that a Shortwing!), Nilgiri Pipit, Nilgiri Wood Pigeon and, especially, Broad-tailed Grassbird: a fairly easy species to find in the monsoons but can be tough at this time of year.

Day 10: Munnar to Periyar National Park

After breakfast we will drive south to Periyar National Park, arriving before lunch.

Periyar has a wide variety of habitats including grassland, and dry deciduous and evergreen forest, and riverside scrub. Consequently, it has an excellent variety of species, including Brown-backed Needletail, Black Eagle, Besra, Mountain Imperial Pigeon, Yellow-browed Bulbul, Thick-billed Warbler, Asian Fairy Bluebird and Little Spiderhunter. Although fairly widespread in the Western Ghats one of the most difficult endemics to see is Wynaad Laughingthrush. Periyar is one of the most reliable places for it, but we will need to be very lucky to get good views of this fast-moving skulker.

Day 11: Periyar National Park

One of the highlights of Periyar is a jeep safari in the Gavi Forest, which gives us an excellent tour of the landscape of tropical forests, grasslands and sholas. As well as birds we hope to see some interesting mammals such as Lion-tailed Macaque, and there is a slight chance of coming across one of Periyar’s estimated 35 Tigers.

In the afternoon we will probably take a boat across the lake, which may well treat us to a family of Asian Elephants coming for a drink.

Day 12: Periyar to Thattekad Bird Sanctuary

Today we leave Periyar and head back north to Thattekad Bird Sanctuary. An evergreen lowland forest, Thattekad is located between the branches of the Periyar River, making for a perfect birding mix of forest and wetland habitats. Areas both inside and outside of the actual sanctuary are well-known as one of the best birding sites in the Western Ghats. Our afternoon birding might find Fork-tailed Drongo Cuckoo, Black-throated Munia, Red Spurfowl and, one of the specialities here, Black Baza. Late afternoon activity, particularly around a small drinking puddle, sometimes produces close views of some good passerine species, including Indian Blue Robin, Blue-throated and Tickell’s Blue Flycatchers, Puff-throated Babbler and Orange-headed Thrush, and even a Slaty-legged Crake. Brown-breasted Flycatcher, Malabar Trogon, Malabar Parakeet all occur locally.

Days 13 – 14: Thattekad

Blue-winged Parakeet
Blue-winged Parakeet

Two full days of quality birding in Thattekad will bring us plenty of species, and we’ll aim to find those Western Ghats birds that we may have missed up until now. A spot of night-birding could produce Great Eared as well as Jerdon’s Nightjar, and Spot-bellied Eagle Owl and Sri Lanka Bay Owl. These owls are difficult though: we will hope one of our local guides has managed to find a day roost for the latter, although even then they tend to use different sites every few days and our chances are slim!

Key species: Oriental Dollarbird, Indian Pitta, Malabar Woodshrike, Great Hornbill, Mountain Imperial Pigeon, Crested Goshawk, Blue-winged Parakeet, Jerdon’s Nightjar, White-bellied Blue Flycatcher, Blue throated Blue Flycatcher, Black-naped Oriole, Grey-headed Bulbul.

Day 15: Thattekad to Kochi

The final day of our tour is likely to still include some good birding before we head to Kochi for the flight home. Most international flights are in the evening so there is still time to complete any gaps in our list!

Of course, if you haven’t had your fill of India’s endemic birds then our short trip to the Andaman Islands is an ideal extension to this tour.

Target Species

  • Painted Bush Quail 
  • Black Baza
  • Slaty-legged Crake
  • Nilgiri Wood Pigeon 
  • Sri Lanka Bay Owl 
  • Spot-bellied Eagle-Owl
  • Mottled Wood Owl 
  • Brown Wood Owl
  • Sri Lanka Frogmouth 
  • Great Eared Nightjar
  • Malabar Trogon 
  • Oriental Dollarbird
  • Malabar Grey Hornbill 
  • Malabar Barbet 
  • White-bellied Woodpecker
  • Indian Pitta 
  • Malabar Woodshrike 
  • White-bellied Minivet 
  • White-bellied Treepie 
  • Malabar Lark 
  • Grey-headed Bulbul 
  • Flame-throated Bulbul 
  • Tytler's Leaf Warbler 
  • Green Warbler
  • Indian Scimitar Babbler 
  • Nilgiri Laughingthrush 
  • Palani Laughingthrush 
  • Rufous Babbler 
  • Wayanad Laughingthrush 
  • Malabar Starling 
  • Nilgiri Thrush 
  • Nilgiri Flycatcher 
  • Indian Blue Robin
  • Malabar Whistling Thrush 
  • Rusty-tailed Flycatcher 
  • Kashmir Flycatcher 
  • Black-and-orange Flycatcher 
  • Nilgiri Flowerpecker 
  • Crimson-backed Sunbird 
  • Nilgiri Pipit 
  •   Endemic
  •   Near Endemic

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Tour Customisation

As usual in India there is so much to see, so many options, and too little time! If you have any particular preferences for locations, overall pace, accommodation standards etc., then let us know in advance and we will be happy to customise the plan described if possible.

This tour can be done in reverse, or adapted to start and end in any of Bangalore, Kochi or Chennai. For a shorter tour, consider omitting Top Slip and/or Periyar. Any location can be extended for a more relaxed pace. Nagarhole National Park, especially at Kabini, can be added for a superb area of jungle with good chances of seeing Tiger and Leopard, as can Bandipur National Park. For scenery and more Western Ghats birdlife, Coorg, the ‘Scotland of India’ is recommended. Further north in the Western Ghats are Agumbe, Dandeli and, of course, Goa. There are numerous cultural options that can be incorporated, such as the old spice trading city of Kochi, spending a night in a houseboat at Alleppey, heading north to ancient historical sites of Karnataka such as Belur and Hampi, or just relaxing on the fine beaches of Kerala and Goa and enjoying a cold beer and excellent fresh seafood!

Checklist

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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)Grey FrancolinFrancolinus pondicerianusGrey Francolin Francolinus pondicerianusLeast ConcernLC42HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
2Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Common QuailCoturnix coturnixCommon Quail Coturnix coturnixLeast ConcernLC44------------
3Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Rain QuailCoturnix coromandelicaRain Quail Coturnix coromandelicaLeast ConcernLC44----Very LowVery Low------
4Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Jungle Bush QuailPerdicula asiaticaJungle Bush Quail Perdicula asiaticaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC46LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumLowMedium
5Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Rock Bush QuailPerdicula argoondahRock Bush Quail Perdicula argoondahEndemicELeast ConcernLC46------Very Low-----
6Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Painted Bush QuailPerdicula erythrorhynchaPainted Bush Quail Perdicula erythrorhynchaEndemicELeast ConcernLC46LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMedium
7Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Red SpurfowlGalloperdix spadiceaRed Spurfowl Galloperdix spadiceaEndemicELeast ConcernLC48MediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
8Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Painted SpurfowlGalloperdix lunulataPainted Spurfowl Galloperdix lunulataEndemicELeast ConcernLC48Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
9Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Grey JunglefowlGallus sonneratiiGrey Junglefowl Gallus sonneratiiEndemicELeast ConcernLC52HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
10Phasianidae (Pheasants and allies)Indian PeafowlPavo cristatusIndian Peafowl Pavo cristatusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC54HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
11Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Lesser Whistling DuckDendrocygna javanicaLesser Whistling Duck Dendrocygna javanicaLeast ConcernLC56HighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHigh
12Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Bar-headed GooseAnser indicusBar-headed Goose Anser indicusLeast ConcernLC56LowVery Low------Very LowLowLowLow
13Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Knob-billed DuckSarkidiornis melanotosKnob-billed Duck Sarkidiornis melanotosLeast ConcernLC58Very Low---------Very LowVery Low
14Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Ruddy ShelduckTadorna ferrugineaRuddy Shelduck Tadorna ferrugineaLeast ConcernLC58Low-------LowLowLowLow
15Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Cotton Pygmy GooseNettapus coromandelianusCotton Pygmy Goose Nettapus coromandelianusLeast ConcernLC58MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMedium
16Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)GarganeySpatula querquedulaGarganey Spatula querquedulaLeast ConcernLC62MediumMediumLowVery Low--Very LowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
17Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Northern ShovelerSpatula clypeataNorthern Shoveler Spatula clypeataLeast ConcernLC62MediumLowVery Low----Very LowLowMediumMediumMedium
18Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)GadwallMareca streperaGadwall Mareca streperaLeast ConcernLC62Very Low----------Very Low
19Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Eurasian WigeonMareca penelopeEurasian Wigeon Mareca penelopeLeast ConcernLC60LowVery LowVery Low------Very LowLowLow
20Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Indian Spot-billed DuckAnas poecilorhynchaIndian Spot-billed Duck Anas poecilorhynchaLeast ConcernLC60HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHigh
21Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Northern PintailAnas acutaNorthern Pintail Anas acutaLeast ConcernLC62MediumLowVery Low----Very LowLowLowMediumMedium
22Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Eurasian TealAnas creccaEurasian Teal Anas creccaLeast ConcernLC62MediumVery Low------Very LowLowLowLow
23Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans)Common PochardAythya ferinaCommon Pochard Aythya ferinaVulnerableVU64Low--------Very LowVery LowVery Low
24Podargidae (Frogmouths)Sri Lanka FrogmouthBatrachostomus moniligerSri Lanka Frogmouth Batrachostomus moniligerNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC226MediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
25Caprimulgidae (Nightjars)Great Eared NightjarLyncornis macrotisGreat Eared Nightjar Lyncornis macrotisLeast ConcernLC226MediumLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumMedium
26Caprimulgidae (Nightjars)Jungle NightjarCaprimulgus indicusJungle Nightjar Caprimulgus indicusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC226MediumLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
27Caprimulgidae (Nightjars)Jerdon's NightjarCaprimulgus atripennisJerdon's Nightjar Caprimulgus atripennisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC228MediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
28Caprimulgidae (Nightjars)Indian NightjarCaprimulgus asiaticusIndian Nightjar Caprimulgus asiaticusLeast ConcernLC228LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
29Caprimulgidae (Nightjars)Savanna NightjarCaprimulgus affinisSavanna Nightjar Caprimulgus affinisLeast ConcernLC228LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowLowLowLow
30Hemiprocnidae (Treeswifts)Crested TreeswiftHemiprocne coronataCrested Treeswift Hemiprocne coronataLeast ConcernLC232MediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
31Apodidae (Swifts)Indian SwiftletAerodramus unicolorIndian Swiftlet Aerodramus unicolorNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC230HighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
32Apodidae (Swifts)White-rumped SpinetailZoonavena sylvaticaWhite-rumped Spinetail Zoonavena sylvaticaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC230MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
33Apodidae (Swifts)Brown-backed NeedletailHirundapus giganteusBrown-backed Needletail Hirundapus giganteusLeast ConcernLC232LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMedium
34Apodidae (Swifts)Asian Palm SwiftCypsiurus balasiensisAsian Palm Swift Cypsiurus balasiensisLeast ConcernLC230HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
35Apodidae (Swifts)Alpine SwiftTachymarptis melbaAlpine Swift Tachymarptis melbaLeast ConcernLC232MediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumLowMedium
36Apodidae (Swifts)Common SwiftApus apusCommon Swift Apus apusLeast ConcernLC234------------
37Apodidae (Swifts)Blyth's SwiftApus leuconyxBlyth's Swift Apus leuconyxNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC234Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low--Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
38Apodidae (Swifts)Little SwiftApus affinisLittle Swift Apus affinisLeast ConcernLC234HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
39Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Greater CoucalCentropus sinensisGreater Coucal Centropus sinensisLeast ConcernLC212Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
40Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Lesser CoucalCentropus bengalensisLesser Coucal Centropus bengalensisLeast ConcernLC212Very LowVery LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
41Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Sirkeer MalkohaTaccocua leschenaultiiSirkeer Malkoha Taccocua leschenaultiiNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC210Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery Low
42Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Blue-faced MalkohaPhaenicophaeus viridirostrisBlue-faced Malkoha Phaenicophaeus viridirostrisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC210MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
43Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Chestnut-winged CuckooClamator coromandusChestnut-winged Cuckoo Clamator coromandusLeast ConcernLC204Very LowVery LowVery Low-------Very LowVery Low
44Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Jacobin CuckooClamator jacobinusJacobin Cuckoo Clamator jacobinusLeast ConcernLC204MediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
45Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Asian KoelEudynamys scolopaceusAsian Koel Eudynamys scolopaceusLeast ConcernLC210Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
46Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Banded Bay CuckooCacomantis sonneratiiBanded Bay Cuckoo Cacomantis sonneratiiLeast ConcernLC208LowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowMediumMedium
47Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Grey-bellied CuckooCacomantis passerinusGrey-bellied Cuckoo Cacomantis passerinusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC208MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
48Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Fork-tailed Drongo-CuckooSurniculus dicruroidesFork-tailed Drongo-Cuckoo Surniculus dicruroidesLeast ConcernLC210MediumMediumLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowMediumMedium
49Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Large Hawk-CuckooHierococcyx sparverioidesLarge Hawk-Cuckoo Hierococcyx sparverioidesLeast ConcernLC204Very LowVery LowVery Low--Very Low--Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
50Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Common Hawk-CuckooHierococcyx variusCommon Hawk-Cuckoo Hierococcyx variusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC204HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
51Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Lesser CuckooCuculus poliocephalusLesser Cuckoo Cuculus poliocephalusLeast ConcernLC206---------Very Low--
52Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Indian CuckooCuculus micropterusIndian Cuckoo Cuculus micropterusLeast ConcernLC206LowLowLowMediumLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
53Cuculidae (Cuckoos)Common CuckooCuculus canorusCommon Cuckoo Cuculus canorusLeast ConcernLC206Very Low------Very LowLowLowLowLow
54Pteroclidae (Sandgrouse)Chestnut-bellied SandgrousePterocles exustusChestnut-bellied Sandgrouse Pterocles exustusLeast ConcernLC184Very LowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLow
55Pteroclidae (Sandgrouse)Painted SandgrousePterocles indicusPainted Sandgrouse Pterocles indicusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC186-Very LowVery Low-Very Low-------
56Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Rock DoveColumba liviaRock Dove Columba liviaLeast ConcernLC188Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
57Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Nilgiri Wood PigeonColumba elphinstoniiNilgiri Wood Pigeon Columba elphinstoniiEndemicEVulnerableVU190MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
58Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Oriental Turtle DoveStreptopelia orientalisOriental Turtle Dove Streptopelia orientalisLeast ConcernLC194Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low--Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
59Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Eurasian Collared DoveStreptopelia decaoctoEurasian Collared Dove Streptopelia decaoctoLeast ConcernLC194HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
60Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Red Turtle DoveStreptopelia tranquebaricaRed Turtle Dove Streptopelia tranquebaricaLeast ConcernLC194LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLow
61Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Spotted DoveSpilopelia chinensisSpotted Dove Spilopelia chinensisLeast ConcernLC194Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
62Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Laughing DoveSpilopelia senegalensisLaughing Dove Spilopelia senegalensisLeast ConcernLC194HighHighHighHighHighHighMediumHighHighHighHighHigh
63Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Common Emerald DoveChalcophaps indicaCommon Emerald Dove Chalcophaps indicaLeast ConcernLC198MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
64Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Orange-breasted Green PigeonTreron bicinctusOrange-breasted Green Pigeon Treron bicinctusLeast ConcernLC196Very Low----Very Low---Very LowVery LowVery Low
65Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Grey-fronted Green PigeonTreron affinisGrey-fronted Green Pigeon Treron affinisEndemicELeast ConcernLC196MediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
66Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Yellow-footed Green PigeonTreron phoenicopterusYellow-footed Green Pigeon Treron phoenicopterusLeast ConcernLC198MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
67Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Green Imperial PigeonDucula aeneaGreen Imperial Pigeon Ducula aeneaLeast ConcernLC192HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHigh
68Columbidae (Pigeons and Doves)Mountain Imperial PigeonDucula badiaMountain Imperial Pigeon Ducula badiaLeast ConcernLC192MediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
69Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Slaty-legged CrakeRallina eurizonoidesSlaty-legged Crake Rallina eurizonoidesLeast ConcernLC134Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
70Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Slaty-breasted RailGallirallus striatusSlaty-breasted Rail Gallirallus striatusLeast ConcernLC134LowVery LowLowLowLowVery Low---Very LowVery LowLow
71Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Brown CrakeAmaurornis akoolBrown Crake Amaurornis akoolLeast ConcernLC138---------Very LowVery LowVery Low
72Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)White-breasted WaterhenAmaurornis phoenicurusWhite-breasted Waterhen Amaurornis phoenicurusLeast ConcernLC138Very HighHighVery HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery High
73Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Baillon's CrakePorzana pusillaBaillon's Crake Porzana pusillaLeast ConcernLC136LowVery LowVery Low----Very LowVery LowLowLowLow
74Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Ruddy-breasted CrakePorzana fuscaRuddy-breasted Crake Porzana fuscaLeast ConcernLC136Very LowVery LowLowLowLowVery LowLowLowLowLowLowLow
75Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)WatercockGallicrex cinereaWatercock Gallicrex cinereaLeast ConcernLC138LowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLow
76Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Grey-headed SwamphenPorphyrio poliocephalusGrey-headed Swamphen Porphyrio poliocephalusLeast ConcernLC140HighMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
77Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Common MoorhenGallinula chloropusCommon Moorhen Gallinula chloropusLeast ConcernLC140MediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
78Rallidae (Rails, Crakes and Coots)Eurasian CootFulica atraEurasian Coot Fulica atraLeast ConcernLC140HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
79Podicipedidae (Grebes)Little GrebeTachybaptus ruficollisLittle Grebe Tachybaptus ruficollisLeast ConcernLC72HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
80Phoenicopteridae (Flamingos)Greater FlamingoPhoenicopterus roseusGreater Flamingo Phoenicopterus roseusLeast ConcernLC78Very LowVery LowVery Low--Very LowLowVery LowVery LowLowVery LowLow
81Turnicidae (Buttonquail)Yellow-legged ButtonquailTurnix tankiYellow-legged Buttonquail Turnix tankiLeast ConcernLC138-Very LowVery LowVery Low--------
82Turnicidae (Buttonquail)Barred ButtonquailTurnix suscitatorBarred Buttonquail Turnix suscitatorLeast ConcernLC138LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLow
83Burhinidae (Thick-knees)Indian Stone-curlewBurhinus indicusIndian Stone-curlew Burhinus indicusLeast ConcernLC144LowLowVery LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLow
84Burhinidae (Thick-knees)Great Stone-curlewEsacus recurvirostrisGreat Stone-curlew Esacus recurvirostrisNear ThreatenedNT144LowLowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLow
85Haematopodidae (Oystercatchers)Eurasian OystercatcherHaematopus ostralegusEurasian Oystercatcher Haematopus ostralegusNear ThreatenedNT146Very LowVery Low-----Very Low----
86Recurvirostridae (Stilts and Avocets)Black-winged StiltHimantopus himantopusBlack-winged Stilt Himantopus himantopusLeast ConcernLC146HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
87Recurvirostridae (Stilts and Avocets)Pied AvocetRecurvirostra avosettaPied Avocet Recurvirostra avosettaLeast ConcernLC146---------Very Low--
88Charadriidae (Plovers)Yellow-wattled LapwingVanellus malabaricusYellow-wattled Lapwing Vanellus malabaricusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC148MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
89Charadriidae (Plovers)Grey-headed LapwingVanellus cinereusGrey-headed Lapwing Vanellus cinereusLeast ConcernLC148Very LowVery Low---------Very Low
90Charadriidae (Plovers)Red-wattled LapwingVanellus indicusRed-wattled Lapwing Vanellus indicusLeast ConcernLC148Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
91Charadriidae (Plovers)Pacific Golden PloverPluvialis fulvaPacific Golden Plover Pluvialis fulvaLeast ConcernLC150MediumMediumLowVery Low-Very LowLowMediumMediumMediumLowMedium
92Charadriidae (Plovers)Grey PloverPluvialis squatarolaGrey Plover Pluvialis squatarolaLeast ConcernLC150Very Low-----Very LowVery LowLowLowVery LowVery Low
93Charadriidae (Plovers)Common Ringed PloverCharadrius hiaticulaCommon Ringed Plover Charadrius hiaticulaLeast ConcernLC152Very LowVery Low----------
94Charadriidae (Plovers)Little Ringed PloverCharadrius dubiusLittle Ringed Plover Charadrius dubiusLeast ConcernLC152MediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
95Charadriidae (Plovers)Kentish PloverCharadrius alexandrinusKentish Plover Charadrius alexandrinusLeast ConcernLC152LowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowLowLow
96Charadriidae (Plovers)Lesser Sand PloverCharadrius mongolusLesser Sand Plover Charadrius mongolusLeast ConcernLC152LowLowLowVery LowVery LowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumLowMedium
97Charadriidae (Plovers)Greater Sand PloverCharadrius leschenaultiiGreater Sand Plover Charadrius leschenaultiiLeast ConcernLC152Very LowVery LowVery Low--Very LowLowMediumLowLowLowLow
98Charadriidae (Plovers)Caspian PloverCharadrius asiaticusCaspian Plover Charadrius asiaticusLeast ConcernLC150--------Very Low---
99Rostratulidae (Painted-snipes)Greater Painted-snipeRostratula benghalensisGreater Painted-snipe Rostratula benghalensisLeast ConcernLC154Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
100Jacanidae (Jacanas)Pheasant-tailed JacanaHydrophasianus chirurgusPheasant-tailed Jacana Hydrophasianus chirurgusLeast ConcernLC144MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMedium
101Jacanidae (Jacanas)Bronze-winged JacanaMetopidius indicusBronze-winged Jacana Metopidius indicusLeast ConcernLC144HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
102Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Eurasian WhimbrelNumenius phaeopusEurasian Whimbrel Numenius phaeopusLeast ConcernLC158Very Low---Very LowLowMediumMediumLowLowVery LowVery Low
103Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Eurasian CurlewNumenius arquataEurasian Curlew Numenius arquataNear ThreatenedNT158Very Low----Very LowVery LowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery Low
104Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Bar-tailed GodwitLimosa lapponicaBar-tailed Godwit Limosa lapponicaNear ThreatenedNT158Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery Low
105Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Black-tailed GodwitLimosa limosaBlack-tailed Godwit Limosa limosaNear ThreatenedNT158MediumLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowLowLow
106Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Ruddy TurnstoneArenaria interpresRuddy Turnstone Arenaria interpresLeast ConcernLC162-----Very LowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery Low
107Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Great KnotCalidris tenuirostrisGreat Knot Calidris tenuirostrisEndangeredEN162-------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
108Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Red KnotCalidris canutusRed Knot Calidris canutusNear ThreatenedNT162------Very LowVery LowVery Low---
109Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)RuffCalidris pugnaxRuff Calidris pugnaxLeast ConcernLC154LowVery Low---Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLow
110Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Broad-billed SandpiperCalidris falcinellusBroad-billed Sandpiper Calidris falcinellusLeast ConcernLC166Very LowVery LowVery Low--Very LowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery Low
111Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Curlew SandpiperCalidris ferrugineaCurlew Sandpiper Calidris ferrugineaNear ThreatenedNT166Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumLowLowVery LowVery Low
112Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Temminck's StintCalidris temminckiiTemminck's Stint Calidris temminckiiLeast ConcernLC164LowLowVery LowVery Low--Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLow
113Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Long-toed StintCalidris subminutaLong-toed Stint Calidris subminutaLeast ConcernLC164------Very LowVery LowVery Low---
114Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)SanderlingCalidris albaSanderling Calidris albaLeast ConcernLC166Very Low----Very LowLowLowLowLowVery LowVery Low
115Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)DunlinCalidris alpinaDunlin Calidris alpinaLeast ConcernLC166--------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
116Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Little StintCalidris minutaLittle Stint Calidris minutaLeast ConcernLC164MediumLowLowVery Low-Very LowLowMediumMediumLowLowMedium
117Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Pectoral SandpiperCalidris melanotosPectoral Sandpiper Calidris melanotosLeast ConcernLC495-------Very LowVery Low---
118Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Jack SnipeLymnocryptes minimusJack Snipe Lymnocryptes minimusLeast ConcernLC156------------
119Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Pin-tailed SnipeGallinago stenuraPin-tailed Snipe Gallinago stenuraLeast ConcernLC156LowLowLowVery Low--Very LowLowLowLowLowLow
120Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Common SnipeGallinago gallinagoCommon Snipe Gallinago gallinagoLeast ConcernLC156LowLowVery LowVery Low---Very LowLowLowLowLow
121Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Terek SandpiperXenus cinereusTerek Sandpiper Xenus cinereusLeast ConcernLC162Very LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowVery LowVery Low
122Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Common SandpiperActitis hypoleucosCommon Sandpiper Actitis hypoleucosLeast ConcernLC162HighHighHighMediumVery LowMediumHighHighHighHighHighHigh
123Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Green SandpiperTringa ochropusGreen Sandpiper Tringa ochropusLeast ConcernLC160HighMediumLowVery Low-Very LowVery LowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
124Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Common RedshankTringa totanusCommon Redshank Tringa totanusLeast ConcernLC160LowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumLowMedium
125Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Marsh SandpiperTringa stagnatilisMarsh Sandpiper Tringa stagnatilisLeast ConcernLC160MediumLowLowVery Low-Very LowLowLowLowLowMediumMedium
126Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Wood SandpiperTringa glareolaWood Sandpiper Tringa glareolaLeast ConcernLC160HighHighMediumMediumVery LowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
127Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Spotted RedshankTringa erythropusSpotted Redshank Tringa erythropusLeast ConcernLC160Very Low-Very Low--Very LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
128Scolopacidae (Sandpipers and Allies)Common GreenshankTringa nebulariaCommon Greenshank Tringa nebulariaLeast ConcernLC160MediumMediumMediumLowVery LowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
129Dromadidae (Crab-plover)Crab-ploverDromas ardeolaCrab-plover Dromas ardeolaLeast ConcernLC146--------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
130Glareolidae (Pratincoles and Coursers)Indian CourserCursorius coromandelicusIndian Courser Cursorius coromandelicusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC168Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
131Glareolidae (Pratincoles and Coursers)Oriental PratincoleGlareola maldivarumOriental Pratincole Glareola maldivarumLeast ConcernLC168------------
132Glareolidae (Pratincoles and Coursers)Small PratincoleGlareola lacteaSmall Pratincole Glareola lacteaLeast ConcernLC168LowVery LowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLow
133Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Lesser NoddyAnous tenuirostrisLesser Noddy Anous tenuirostrisLeast ConcernLC180------Very Low-----
134Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Slender-billed GullChroicocephalus geneiSlender-billed Gull Chroicocephalus geneiLeast ConcernLC172LowVery Low-----Very LowVery LowLowLowLow
135Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Brown-headed GullChroicocephalus brunnicephalusBrown-headed Gull Chroicocephalus brunnicephalusLeast ConcernLC172MediumMediumLowLow----LowMediumMediumMedium
136Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Black-headed GullChroicocephalus ridibundusBlack-headed Gull Chroicocephalus ridibundusLeast ConcernLC172MediumLowLowVery LowVery Low---Very LowLowLowLow
137Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Pallas's GullIchthyaetus ichthyaetusPallas's Gull Ichthyaetus ichthyaetusLeast ConcernLC170LowVery LowVery Low-----Very LowVery LowVery LowLow
138Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Lesser Black-backed GullLarus fuscusLesser Black-backed Gull Larus fuscusLeast ConcernLC503LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low--Very LowLowLowLowLow
139Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Gull-billed TernGelochelidon niloticaGull-billed Tern Gelochelidon niloticaLeast ConcernLC174MediumLowLowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
140Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Caspian TernHydroprogne caspiaCaspian Tern Hydroprogne caspiaLeast ConcernLC174Very LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
141Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Greater Crested TernThalasseus bergiiGreater Crested Tern Thalasseus bergiiLeast ConcernLC174LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLow
142Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Lesser Crested TernThalasseus bengalensisLesser Crested Tern Thalasseus bengalensisLeast ConcernLC174LowLowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowLowLowLowLow
143Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Sandwich TernThalasseus sandvicensisSandwich Tern Thalasseus sandvicensisLeast ConcernLC174Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low---Very LowVery LowVery Low
144Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Little TernSternula albifronsLittle Tern Sternula albifronsLeast ConcernLC178LowLowVery Low---Very LowVery LowLowLowLowLow
145Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Bridled TernOnychoprion anaethetusBridled Tern Onychoprion anaethetusLeast ConcernLC180-Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowVery Low--
146Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)River TernSterna aurantiaRiver Tern Sterna aurantiaNear ThreatenedNT176HighMediumMediumMediumMediumLowMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHigh
147Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Common TernSterna hirundoCommon Tern Sterna hirundoLeast ConcernLC176LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowLow
148Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)White-cheeked TernSterna repressaWhite-cheeked Tern Sterna repressaLeast ConcernLC176------------
149Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Whiskered TernChlidonias hybridaWhiskered Tern Chlidonias hybridaLeast ConcernLC178HighHighMediumMediumLowLowLowMediumMediumHighHighHigh
150Laridae (Gulls, Terns and Skimmers)Black TernChlidonias nigerBlack Tern Chlidonias nigerLeast ConcernLC496---------Very Low--
151Stercorariidae (Skuas)Pomarine SkuaStercorarius pomarinusPomarine Skua Stercorarius pomarinusLeast ConcernLC182Very LowVery Low-Very Low----Very LowVery Low--
152Stercorariidae (Skuas)Arctic SkuaStercorarius parasiticusArctic Skua Stercorarius parasiticusLeast ConcernLC182Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowLowLowLowVery LowVery Low
153Phaethontidae (Tropicbirds)Red-billed TropicbirdPhaethon aethereusRed-billed Tropicbird Phaethon aethereusLeast ConcernLC92--------Very Low---
154Oceanitidae (Austral Storm Petrels)Wilson's Storm PetrelOceanites oceanicusWilson's Storm Petrel Oceanites oceanicusLeast ConcernLC70---Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowVery Low---
155Hydrobatidae (Northern Storm Petrels)Swinhoe's Storm PetrelOceanodroma monorhisSwinhoe's Storm Petrel Oceanodroma monorhisNear ThreatenedNT70------Very LowVery LowVery Low---
156Procellariidae (Shearwaters and Petrels)Flesh-footed ShearwaterArdenna carneipesFlesh-footed Shearwater Ardenna carneipesNear ThreatenedNT68--Very LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowVery Low---
157Procellariidae (Shearwaters and Petrels)Jouanin's PetrelBulweria fallaxJouanin's Petrel Bulweria fallaxNear ThreatenedNT70-------Very Low----
158Ciconiidae (Storks)Painted StorkMycteria leucocephalaPainted Stork Mycteria leucocephalaNear ThreatenedNT74HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
159Ciconiidae (Storks)Asian OpenbillAnastomus oscitansAsian Openbill Anastomus oscitansLeast ConcernLC74HighHighHighHighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHigh
160Ciconiidae (Storks)Black StorkCiconia nigraBlack Stork Ciconia nigraLeast ConcernLC74Very LowVery LowVery Low-----Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
161Ciconiidae (Storks)Woolly-necked StorkCiconia episcopusWoolly-necked Stork Ciconia episcopusVulnerableVU74MediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
162Ciconiidae (Storks)White StorkCiconia ciconiaWhite Stork Ciconia ciconiaLeast ConcernLC74Very Low-------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
163Ciconiidae (Storks)Lesser AdjutantLeptoptilos javanicusLesser Adjutant Leptoptilos javanicusVulnerableVU76------------
164Sulidae (Boobies and Gannets)Masked BoobySula dactylatraMasked Booby Sula dactylatraLeast ConcernLC92------------
165Phalacrocoracidae (Cormorants and Shags)Little CormorantMicrocarbo nigerLittle Cormorant Microcarbo nigerLeast ConcernLC94Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
166Phalacrocoracidae (Cormorants and Shags)Indian CormorantPhalacrocorax fuscicollisIndian Cormorant Phalacrocorax fuscicollisLeast ConcernLC94HighHighHighMediumHighMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHigh
167Phalacrocoracidae (Cormorants and Shags)Great CormorantPhalacrocorax carboGreat Cormorant Phalacrocorax carboLeast ConcernLC94HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
168Anhingidae (Anhingas)Oriental DarterAnhinga melanogasterOriental Darter Anhinga melanogasterNear ThreatenedNT94HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
169Threskiornithidae (Ibises and Spoonbills)Black-headed IbisThreskiornis melanocephalusBlack-headed Ibis Threskiornis melanocephalusNear ThreatenedNT78HighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighVery High
170Threskiornithidae (Ibises and Spoonbills)Red-naped IbisPseudibis papillosaRed-naped Ibis Pseudibis papillosaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC78MediumMediumLowMediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowMediumMediumMedium
171Threskiornithidae (Ibises and Spoonbills)Glossy IbisPlegadis falcinellusGlossy Ibis Plegadis falcinellusLeast ConcernLC78MediumLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
172Threskiornithidae (Ibises and Spoonbills)Eurasian SpoonbillPlatalea leucorodiaEurasian Spoonbill Platalea leucorodiaLeast ConcernLC78MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
173Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Yellow BitternIxobrychus sinensisYellow Bittern Ixobrychus sinensisLeast ConcernLC80LowLowMediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
174Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Cinnamon BitternIxobrychus cinnamomeusCinnamon Bittern Ixobrychus cinnamomeusLeast ConcernLC80LowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
175Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Black BitternIxobrychus flavicollisBlack Bittern Ixobrychus flavicollisLeast ConcernLC80LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
176Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Malayan Night HeronGorsachius melanolophusMalayan Night Heron Gorsachius melanolophusLeast ConcernLC82Very Low-------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
177Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Black-crowned Night HeronNycticorax nycticoraxBlack-crowned Night Heron Nycticorax nycticoraxLeast ConcernLC82MediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighMediumHigh
178Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Striated HeronButorides striataStriated Heron Butorides striataLeast ConcernLC82LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
179Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Indian Pond HeronArdeola grayiiIndian Pond Heron Ardeola grayiiLeast ConcernLC82Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
180Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Eastern Cattle EgretBubulcus coromandusEastern Cattle Egret Bubulcus coromandusLeast ConcernLC86Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
181Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Grey HeronArdea cinereaGrey Heron Ardea cinereaLeast ConcernLC84HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
182Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Purple HeronArdea purpureaPurple Heron Ardea purpureaLeast ConcernLC84HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
183Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Great EgretArdea albaGreat Egret Ardea albaLeast ConcernLC86HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
184Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Intermediate EgretArdea intermediaIntermediate Egret Ardea intermediaLeast ConcernLC86Very HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery High
185Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Little EgretEgretta garzettaLittle Egret Egretta garzettaLeast ConcernLC86Very HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
186Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns)Western Reef HeronEgretta gularisWestern Reef Heron Egretta gularisLeast ConcernLC86LowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowMedium
187Pelecanidae (Pelicans)Great White PelicanPelecanus onocrotalusGreat White Pelican Pelecanus onocrotalusLeast ConcernLC90Very Low-----------
188Pelecanidae (Pelicans)Spot-billed PelicanPelecanus philippensisSpot-billed Pelican Pelecanus philippensisNear ThreatenedNT90HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
189Pandionidae (Ospreys)Western OspreyPandion haliaetusWestern Osprey Pandion haliaetusLeast ConcernLC104MediumLowLowVery LowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
190Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Black-winged KiteElanus caeruleusBlack-winged Kite Elanus caeruleusLeast ConcernLC102MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
191Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Egyptian VultureNeophron percnopterusEgyptian Vulture Neophron percnopterusEndangeredEN108LowLowLowLowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowLowLowLow
192Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Crested Honey BuzzardPernis ptilorhynchusCrested Honey Buzzard Pernis ptilorhynchusLeast ConcernLC106HighHighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHigh
193Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Black BazaAviceda leuphotesBlack Baza Aviceda leuphotesLeast ConcernLC102MediumLowLowVery Low---Very LowLowMediumMediumMedium
194Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)White-rumped VultureGyps bengalensisWhite-rumped Vulture Gyps bengalensisCritically EndangeredCR108LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
195Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Indian VultureGyps indicusIndian Vulture Gyps indicusNear EndemicNECritically EndangeredCR108LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
196Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Red-headed VultureSarcogyps calvusRed-headed Vulture Sarcogyps calvusCritically EndangeredCR110LowLowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
197Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Cinereous VultureAegypius monachusCinereous Vulture Aegypius monachusNear ThreatenedNT110------------
198Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Crested Serpent EagleSpilornis cheelaCrested Serpent Eagle Spilornis cheelaLeast ConcernLC112HighHighHighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHigh
199Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Short-toed Snake EagleCircaetus gallicusShort-toed Snake Eagle Circaetus gallicusLeast ConcernLC112LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
200Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Changeable Hawk-EagleNisaetus cirrhatusChangeable Hawk-Eagle Nisaetus cirrhatusLeast ConcernLC130MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
201Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Legge's Hawk-EagleNisaetus kelaartiLegge's Hawk-Eagle Nisaetus kelaartiNear EndemicNEN/AN/A130LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLow
202Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Rufous-bellied EagleLophotriorchis kieneriiRufous-bellied Eagle Lophotriorchis kieneriiNear ThreatenedNT128LowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowLowLow
203Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Black EagleIctinaetus malaiensisBlack Eagle Ictinaetus malaiensisLeast ConcernLC106MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
204Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Indian Spotted EagleClanga hastataIndian Spotted Eagle Clanga hastataNear EndemicNEVulnerableVU124LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLow
205Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Greater Spotted EagleClanga clangaGreater Spotted Eagle Clanga clangaVulnerableVU124LowLowVery LowVery Low--Very LowVery LowLowLowLowLow
206Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Booted EagleHieraaetus pennatusBooted Eagle Hieraaetus pennatusLeast ConcernLC128MediumMediumLowVery Low--Very LowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
207Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Tawny EagleAquila rapaxTawny Eagle Aquila rapaxVulnerableVU126LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLow
208Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Steppe EagleAquila nipalensisSteppe Eagle Aquila nipalensisEndangeredEN126Very LowVery Low------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
209Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Eastern Imperial EagleAquila heliacaEastern Imperial Eagle Aquila heliacaVulnerableVU126------------
210Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Bonelli's EagleAquila fasciataBonelli's Eagle Aquila fasciataLeast ConcernLC128LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMedium
211Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Crested GoshawkAccipiter trivirgatusCrested Goshawk Accipiter trivirgatusLeast ConcernLC118MediumMediumLowMediumMediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
212Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)ShikraAccipiter badiusShikra Accipiter badiusLeast ConcernLC118HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
213Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)BesraAccipiter virgatusBesra Accipiter virgatusLeast ConcernLC120Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
214Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Eurasian SparrowhawkAccipiter nisusEurasian Sparrowhawk Accipiter nisusLeast ConcernLC120Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very Low--Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
215Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Western Marsh HarrierCircus aeruginosusWestern Marsh Harrier Circus aeruginosusLeast ConcernLC114MediumLowLowVery Low--Very LowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
216Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Pallid HarrierCircus macrourusPallid Harrier Circus macrourusNear ThreatenedNT116LowVery LowVery LowVery Low---Very LowVery LowLowLowLow
217Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Montagu's HarrierCircus pygargusMontagu's Harrier Circus pygargusLeast ConcernLC116LowVery LowVery Low-----Very LowVery LowLowLow
218Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Black KiteMilvus migransBlack Kite Milvus migransLeast ConcernLC102Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
219Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Brahminy KiteHaliastur indusBrahminy Kite Haliastur indusLeast ConcernLC102Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
220Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)White-bellied Sea EagleHaliaeetus leucogasterWhite-bellied Sea Eagle Haliaeetus leucogasterLeast ConcernLC104Very Low----Very LowVery LowVery Low--Very LowVery Low
221Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Lesser Fish EagleHaliaeetus humilisLesser Fish Eagle Haliaeetus humilisNear ThreatenedNT106LowLowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowLow
222Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Grey-headed Fish EagleHaliaeetus ichthyaetusGrey-headed Fish Eagle Haliaeetus ichthyaetusNear ThreatenedNT106Very Low----Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
223Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)White-eyed BuzzardButastur teesaWhite-eyed Buzzard Butastur teesaLeast ConcernLC122LowLowLowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLow
224Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Long-legged BuzzardButeo rufinusLong-legged Buzzard Buteo rufinusLeast ConcernLC122-Very Low-------Very LowVery LowVery Low
225Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles, and Kites)Common BuzzardButeo buteoCommon Buzzard Buteo buteoLeast ConcernLC122LowLowVery Low----Very LowVery LowLowLowLow
226Tytonidae (Barn Owls)Eastern Barn OwlTyto javanicaEastern Barn Owl Tyto javanicaLeast ConcernLC214LowLowMediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
227Tytonidae (Barn Owls)Sri Lanka Bay OwlPhodilus assimilisSri Lanka Bay Owl Phodilus assimilisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC214LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLow
228Strigidae (Owls)Indian Scops OwlOtus bakkamoenaIndian Scops Owl Otus bakkamoenaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC216MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
229Strigidae (Owls)Oriental Scops OwlOtus suniaOriental Scops Owl Otus suniaLeast ConcernLC218LowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowLow
230Strigidae (Owls)Indian Eagle-OwlBubo bengalensisIndian Eagle-Owl Bubo bengalensisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC222Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowVery LowLow
231Strigidae (Owls)Spot-bellied Eagle-OwlBubo nipalensisSpot-bellied Eagle-Owl Bubo nipalensisLeast ConcernLC222LowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLow
232Strigidae (Owls)Brown Fish OwlKetupa zeylonensisBrown Fish Owl Ketupa zeylonensisLeast ConcernLC222MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
233Strigidae (Owls)Mottled Wood OwlStrix ocellataMottled Wood Owl Strix ocellataEndemicELeast ConcernLC224LowLowLowLowVery LowLowLowLowLowLowLowMedium
234Strigidae (Owls)Brown Wood OwlStrix leptogrammicaBrown Wood Owl Strix leptogrammicaLeast ConcernLC224LowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLow
235Strigidae (Owls)Jungle OwletGlaucidium radiatumJungle Owlet Glaucidium radiatumNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC220HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
236Strigidae (Owls)Spotted OwletAthene bramaSpotted Owlet Athene bramaLeast ConcernLC220MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
237Strigidae (Owls)Brown Hawk-OwlNinox scutulataBrown Hawk-Owl Ninox scutulataLeast ConcernLC224MediumLowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
238Strigidae (Owls)Short-eared OwlAsio flammeusShort-eared Owl Asio flammeusLeast ConcernLC214----------Very LowVery Low
239Trogonidae (Trogons)Malabar TrogonHarpactes fasciatusMalabar Trogon Harpactes fasciatusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC236HighMediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
240Upupidae (Hoopoes)Eurasian HoopoeUpupa epopsEurasian Hoopoe Upupa epopsLeast ConcernLC236HighHighHighHighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHigh
241Bucerotidae (Hornbills)Great HornbillBuceros bicornisGreat Hornbill Buceros bicornisVulnerableVU246LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
242Bucerotidae (Hornbills)Malabar Pied HornbillAnthracoceros coronatusMalabar Pied Hornbill Anthracoceros coronatusNear EndemicNENear ThreatenedNT244Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low---Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
243Bucerotidae (Hornbills)Malabar Grey HornbillOcyceros griseusMalabar Grey Hornbill Ocyceros griseusEndemicELeast ConcernLC244HighHighHighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHigh
244Bucerotidae (Hornbills)Indian Grey HornbillOcyceros birostrisIndian Grey Hornbill Ocyceros birostrisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC244MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
245Coraciidae (Rollers)Indian RollerCoracias benghalensisIndian Roller Coracias benghalensisLeast ConcernLC236HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
246Coraciidae (Rollers)European RollerCoracias garrulusEuropean Roller Coracias garrulusLeast ConcernLC236--------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
247Coraciidae (Rollers)Oriental DollarbirdEurystomus orientalisOriental Dollarbird Eurystomus orientalisLeast ConcernLC236MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
248Alcedinidae (Kingfishers)Stork-billed KingfisherPelargopsis capensisStork-billed Kingfisher Pelargopsis capensisLeast ConcernLC238HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
249Alcedinidae (Kingfishers)White-throated KingfisherHalcyon smyrnensisWhite-throated Kingfisher Halcyon smyrnensisLeast ConcernLC238Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
250Alcedinidae (Kingfishers)Black-capped KingfisherHalcyon pileataBlack-capped Kingfisher Halcyon pileataLeast ConcernLC238Very LowLowLowVery Low---Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
251Alcedinidae (Kingfishers)Blue-eared KingfisherAlcedo menintingBlue-eared Kingfisher Alcedo menintingLeast ConcernLC240Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
252Alcedinidae (Kingfishers)Common KingfisherAlcedo atthisCommon Kingfisher Alcedo atthisLeast ConcernLC240HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
253Alcedinidae (Kingfishers)Oriental Dwarf KingfisherCeyx erithacaOriental Dwarf Kingfisher Ceyx erithacaLeast ConcernLC240LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowLowLowLow
254Alcedinidae (Kingfishers)Pied KingfisherCeryle rudisPied Kingfisher Ceryle rudisLeast ConcernLC240MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
255Meropidae (Bee-eaters)Blue-bearded Bee-eaterNyctyornis athertoniBlue-bearded Bee-eater Nyctyornis athertoniLeast ConcernLC242LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
256Meropidae (Bee-eaters)Green Bee-eaterMerops orientalisGreen Bee-eater Merops orientalisLeast ConcernLC242Very HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
257Meropidae (Bee-eaters)Blue-cheeked Bee-eaterMerops persicusBlue-cheeked Bee-eater Merops persicusLeast ConcernLC242----Very LowVery Low------
258Meropidae (Bee-eaters)Blue-tailed Bee-eaterMerops philippinusBlue-tailed Bee-eater Merops philippinusLeast ConcernLC242Very HighHighHighLowLowLowLowHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
259Meropidae (Bee-eaters)Chestnut-headed Bee-eaterMerops leschenaultiChestnut-headed Bee-eater Merops leschenaultiLeast ConcernLC242HighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHigh
260Meropidae (Bee-eaters)European Bee-eaterMerops apiasterEuropean Bee-eater Merops apiasterLeast ConcernLC242Very LowVery Low----Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
261Megalaimidae (Asian Barbets)Brown-headed BarbetPsilopogon zeylanicusBrown-headed Barbet Psilopogon zeylanicusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC248LowLowLowLowMediumLowLowLowLowLowLowMedium
262Megalaimidae (Asian Barbets)White-cheeked BarbetPsilopogon viridisWhite-cheeked Barbet Psilopogon viridisEndemicELeast ConcernLC248Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
263Megalaimidae (Asian Barbets)Malabar BarbetPsilopogon malabaricusMalabar Barbet Psilopogon malabaricusEndemicELeast ConcernLC250HighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
264Megalaimidae (Asian Barbets)Coppersmith BarbetPsilopogon haemacephalusCoppersmith Barbet Psilopogon haemacephalusLeast ConcernLC250HighHighHighHighHighHighMediumMediumHighHighHighHigh
265Picidae (Woodpeckers)Eurasian WryneckJynx torquillaEurasian Wryneck Jynx torquillaLeast ConcernLC252Very LowVery Low-------Very LowVery LowVery Low
266Picidae (Woodpeckers)Speckled PiculetPicumnus innominatusSpeckled Piculet Picumnus innominatusLeast ConcernLC252Very LowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLow
267Picidae (Woodpeckers)Heart-spotted WoodpeckerHemicircus canenteHeart-spotted Woodpecker Hemicircus canenteLeast ConcernLC252MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
268Picidae (Woodpeckers)Brown-capped Pygmy WoodpeckerYungipicus nanusBrown-capped Pygmy Woodpecker Yungipicus nanusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC256HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
269Picidae (Woodpeckers)Yellow-crowned WoodpeckerLeiopicus mahrattensisYellow-crowned Woodpecker Leiopicus mahrattensisLeast ConcernLC258MediumLowLowLowLowMediumLowLowLowLowLowMedium
270Picidae (Woodpeckers)White-bellied WoodpeckerDryocopus javensisWhite-bellied Woodpecker Dryocopus javensisLeast ConcernLC254MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
271Picidae (Woodpeckers)Lesser YellownapePicus chlorolophusLesser Yellownape Picus chlorolophusLeast ConcernLC260MediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
272Picidae (Woodpeckers)Streak-throated WoodpeckerPicus xanthopygaeusStreak-throated Woodpecker Picus xanthopygaeusLeast ConcernLC260MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
273Picidae (Woodpeckers)Common FlamebackDinopium javanenseCommon Flameback Dinopium javanenseLeast ConcernLC262LowVery LowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLow
274Picidae (Woodpeckers)Black-rumped FlamebackDinopium benghalenseBlack-rumped Flameback Dinopium benghalenseNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC262Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
275Picidae (Woodpeckers)Greater FlamebackChrysocolaptes guttacristatusGreater Flameback Chrysocolaptes guttacristatusLeast ConcernLC262HighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
276Picidae (Woodpeckers)White-naped WoodpeckerChrysocolaptes festivusWhite-naped Woodpecker Chrysocolaptes festivusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC262LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
277Picidae (Woodpeckers)Rufous WoodpeckerMicropternus brachyurusRufous Woodpecker Micropternus brachyurusLeast ConcernLC254MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
278Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)Lesser KestrelFalco naumanniLesser Kestrel Falco naumanniLeast ConcernLC96Very LowVery Low-------Very LowVery LowVery Low
279Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)Common KestrelFalco tinnunculusCommon Kestrel Falco tinnunculusLeast ConcernLC96MediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
280Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)Red-necked FalconFalco chicqueraRed-necked Falcon Falco chicqueraNear ThreatenedNT96Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLow
281Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)Amur FalconFalco amurensisAmur Falcon Falco amurensisLeast ConcernLC98Very Low-------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
282Falconidae (Falcons and Caracaras)Peregrine FalconFalco peregrinusPeregrine Falcon Falco peregrinusLeast ConcernLC100MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMedium
283Psittaculidae (Old World Parrots)Plum-headed ParakeetPsittacula cyanocephalaPlum-headed Parakeet Psittacula cyanocephalaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC202HighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHigh
284Psittaculidae (Old World Parrots)Blue-winged ParakeetPsittacula columboidesBlue-winged Parakeet Psittacula columboidesEndemicELeast ConcernLC202HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
285Psittaculidae (Old World Parrots)Alexandrine ParakeetPsittacula eupatriaAlexandrine Parakeet Psittacula eupatriaNear ThreatenedNT200Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low--Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
286Psittaculidae (Old World Parrots)Rose-ringed ParakeetPsittacula krameriRose-ringed Parakeet Psittacula krameriLeast ConcernLC200Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
287Psittaculidae (Old World Parrots)Vernal Hanging ParrotLoriculus vernalisVernal Hanging Parrot Loriculus vernalisLeast ConcernLC202HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
288Pittidae (Pittas)Indian PittaPitta brachyuraIndian Pitta Pitta brachyuraNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC264MediumMediumMediumLowVery Low-Very LowLowMediumMediumMediumHigh
289Vangidae (Vangas)Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrikeHemipus picatusBar-winged Flycatcher-shrike Hemipus picatusLeast ConcernLC268MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
290Vangidae (Vangas)Malabar WoodshrikeTephrodornis sylvicolaMalabar Woodshrike Tephrodornis sylvicolaEndemicELeast ConcernLC266MediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
291Vangidae (Vangas)Common WoodshrikeTephrodornis pondicerianusCommon Woodshrike Tephrodornis pondicerianusLeast ConcernLC266MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
292Artamidae (Woodswallows)Ashy WoodswallowArtamus fuscusAshy Woodswallow Artamus fuscusLeast ConcernLC266HighMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
293Aegithinidae (Ioras)Common IoraAegithina tiphiaCommon Iora Aegithina tiphiaLeast ConcernLC270HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
294Aegithinidae (Ioras)Marshall's IoraAegithina nigroluteaMarshall's Iora Aegithina nigroluteaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC270Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
295Campephagidae (Cuckooshrikes)White-bellied MinivetPericrocotus erythropygiusWhite-bellied Minivet Pericrocotus erythropygiusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC270LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowLow
296Campephagidae (Cuckooshrikes)Small MinivetPericrocotus cinnamomeusSmall Minivet Pericrocotus cinnamomeusLeast ConcernLC272HighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHigh
297Campephagidae (Cuckooshrikes)Orange MinivetPericrocotus flammeusOrange Minivet Pericrocotus flammeusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC272HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
298Campephagidae (Cuckooshrikes)Ashy MinivetPericrocotus divaricatusAshy Minivet Pericrocotus divaricatusLeast ConcernLC270----Very LowVery Low------
299Campephagidae (Cuckooshrikes)Large CuckooshrikeCoracina maceiLarge Cuckooshrike Coracina maceiLeast ConcernLC268MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
300Campephagidae (Cuckooshrikes)Black-headed CuckooshrikeLalage melanopteraBlack-headed Cuckooshrike Lalage melanopteraNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC268MediumMediumMediumLowLowLowMediumLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
301Laniidae (Shrikes)Brown ShrikeLanius cristatusBrown Shrike Lanius cristatusLeast ConcernLC274HighHighMediumLowVery Low-Very LowMediumHighHighHighHigh
302Laniidae (Shrikes)Bay-backed ShrikeLanius vittatusBay-backed Shrike Lanius vittatusLeast ConcernLC276HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighMediumHigh
303Laniidae (Shrikes)Long-tailed ShrikeLanius schachLong-tailed Shrike Lanius schachLeast ConcernLC276HighHighHighHighHighMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHigh
304Laniidae (Shrikes)Great Grey ShrikeLanius excubitorGreat Grey Shrike Lanius excubitorLeast ConcernLC276497Very LowVery Low-Very Low--Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
305Oriolidae (Old World Orioles)Black-hooded OrioleOriolus xanthornusBlack-hooded Oriole Oriolus xanthornusLeast ConcernLC282HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
306Oriolidae (Old World Orioles)Indian Golden OrioleOriolus kundooIndian Golden Oriole Oriolus kundooLeast ConcernLC282Very HighHighHighMediumVery LowLowLowMediumHighHighHighVery High
307Oriolidae (Old World Orioles)Black-naped OrioleOriolus chinensisBlack-naped Oriole Oriolus chinensisLeast ConcernLC282MediumLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
308Dicruridae (Drongos)Black DrongoDicrurus macrocercusBlack Drongo Dicrurus macrocercusLeast ConcernLC280Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
309Dicruridae (Drongos)Ashy DrongoDicrurus leucophaeusAshy Drongo Dicrurus leucophaeusLeast ConcernLC280HighHighMediumLowVery Low-Very LowMediumHighHighHighHigh
310Dicruridae (Drongos)White-bellied DrongoDicrurus caerulescensWhite-bellied Drongo Dicrurus caerulescensNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC280MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
311Dicruridae (Drongos)Bronzed DrongoDicrurus aeneusBronzed Drongo Dicrurus aeneusLeast ConcernLC280HighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHigh
312Dicruridae (Drongos)Hair-crested DrongoDicrurus hottentottusHair-crested Drongo Dicrurus hottentottusLeast ConcernLC278LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLow
313Dicruridae (Drongos)Greater Racket-tailed DrongoDicrurus paradiseusGreater Racket-tailed Drongo Dicrurus paradiseusLeast ConcernLC278Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
314Rhipiduridae (Fantails)White-spotted FantailRhipidura albogularisWhite-spotted Fantail Rhipidura albogularisEndemicELeast ConcernLC284MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
315Rhipiduridae (Fantails)White-browed FantailRhipidura aureolaWhite-browed Fantail Rhipidura aureolaLeast ConcernLC284MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
316Monarchidae (Monarchs)Black-naped MonarchHypothymis azureaBlack-naped Monarch Hypothymis azureaLeast ConcernLC284MediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
317Monarchidae (Monarchs)Indian Paradise FlycatcherTerpsiphone paradisiIndian Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone paradisiLeast ConcernLC284HighHighMediumMediumLowLowLowLowMediumHighHighHigh
318Corvidae (Crows, Jays)Rufous TreepieDendrocitta vagabundaRufous Treepie Dendrocitta vagabundaLeast ConcernLC288Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
319Corvidae (Crows, Jays)White-bellied TreepieDendrocitta leucogastraWhite-bellied Treepie Dendrocitta leucogastraEndemicELeast ConcernLC288HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHigh
320Corvidae (Crows, Jays)House CrowCorvus splendensHouse Crow Corvus splendensLeast ConcernLC292Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
321Corvidae (Crows, Jays)Indian Jungle CrowCorvus culminatusIndian Jungle Crow Corvus culminatusNear EndemicNEN/AN/A290Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
322Stenostiridae (Fairy Flycatchers)Grey-headed Canary-flycatcherCulicicapa ceylonensisGrey-headed Canary-flycatcher Culicicapa ceylonensisLeast ConcernLC444HighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
323Paridae (Tits, Chickadees)Cinereous TitParus cinereusCinereous Tit Parus cinereusLeast ConcernLC294HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
324Paridae (Tits, Chickadees)White-naped TitMachlolophus nuchalisWhite-naped Tit Machlolophus nuchalisEndemicEVulnerableVU294--Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
325Paridae (Tits, Chickadees)Indian Black-lored TitMachlolophus aplonotusIndian Black-lored Tit Machlolophus aplonotusEndemicEN/AN/A294MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
326Alaudidae (Larks)Rufous-tailed LarkAmmomanes phoenicuraRufous-tailed Lark Ammomanes phoenicuraNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC308LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLow
327Alaudidae (Larks)Ashy-crowned Sparrow-LarkEremopterix griseusAshy-crowned Sparrow-Lark Eremopterix griseusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC310MediumLowLowLowMediumLowLowMediumLowMediumMediumMedium
328Alaudidae (Larks)Indian Bush LarkMirafra erythropteraIndian Bush Lark Mirafra erythropteraNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC306LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLow
329Alaudidae (Larks)Jerdon's Bush LarkMirafra affinisJerdon's Bush Lark Mirafra affinisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC306HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
330Alaudidae (Larks)Oriental SkylarkAlauda gulgulaOriental Skylark Alauda gulgulaLeast ConcernLC312LowLowLowLowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLow
331Alaudidae (Larks)Sykes's LarkGalerida devaSykes's Lark Galerida devaEndemicELeast ConcernLC312Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
332Alaudidae (Larks)Malabar LarkGalerida malabaricaMalabar Lark Galerida malabaricaEndemicELeast ConcernLC312LowLowLowLowVery LowLowLowLowMediumMediumLowMedium
333Alaudidae (Larks)Mongolian Short-toed LarkCalandrella dukhunensisMongolian Short-toed Lark Calandrella dukhunensisLeast ConcernLC310Very Low-----Very LowVery LowLowLowLowLow
334Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls)Grey-headed BulbulPycnonotus priocephalusGrey-headed Bulbul Pycnonotus priocephalusEndemicENear ThreatenedNT314MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
335Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls)Flame-throated BulbulPycnonotus gularisFlame-throated Bulbul Pycnonotus gularisEndemicELeast ConcernLC316HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHigh
336Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls)Red-whiskered BulbulPycnonotus jocosusRed-whiskered Bulbul Pycnonotus jocosusLeast ConcernLC316Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
337Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls)Red-vented BulbulPycnonotus caferRed-vented Bulbul Pycnonotus caferLeast ConcernLC318Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
338Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls)Yellow-throated BulbulPycnonotus xantholaemusYellow-throated Bulbul Pycnonotus xantholaemusEndemicEVulnerableVU318LowLowVery LowVery LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
339Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls)White-browed BulbulPycnonotus luteolusWhite-browed Bulbul Pycnonotus luteolusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC318HighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHigh
340Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls)Yellow-browed BulbulAcritillas indicaYellow-browed Bulbul Acritillas indicaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC320HighHighHighHighHighMediumHighHighHighHighHighHigh
341Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls)Square-tailed BulbulHypsipetes ganeesaSquare-tailed Bulbul Hypsipetes ganeesaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC320HighHighMediumMediumMediumLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
342Hirundinidae (Swallows)Sand MartinRiparia ripariaSand Martin Riparia ripariaLeast ConcernLC300Very Low-------Very Low--Very Low
343Hirundinidae (Swallows)Barn SwallowHirundo rusticaBarn Swallow Hirundo rusticaLeast ConcernLC304Very HighVery HighHighHighMediumLowMediumVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
344Hirundinidae (Swallows)Hill SwallowHirundo domicolaHill Swallow Hirundo domicolaNear EndemicNEN/AN/A304MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
345Hirundinidae (Swallows)Wire-tailed SwallowHirundo smithiiWire-tailed Swallow Hirundo smithiiLeast ConcernLC302MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumLowMediumMediumMedium
346Hirundinidae (Swallows)Dusky Crag MartinPtyonoprogne concolorDusky Crag Martin Ptyonoprogne concolorLeast ConcernLC300MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
347Hirundinidae (Swallows)Common House MartinDelichon urbicumCommon House Martin Delichon urbicumLeast ConcernLC302Very LowVery LowVery Low------Very LowVery LowVery Low
348Hirundinidae (Swallows)Red-rumped SwallowCecropis dauricaRed-rumped Swallow Cecropis dauricaLeast ConcernLC304HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
349Hirundinidae (Swallows)Streak-throated SwallowPetrochelidon fluvicolaStreak-throated Swallow Petrochelidon fluvicolaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC302MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMedium
350Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Hume's Leaf WarblerPhylloscopus humeiHume's Leaf Warbler Phylloscopus humeiLeast ConcernLC342Very Low-----------
351Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Yellow-browed WarblerPhylloscopus inornatusYellow-browed Warbler Phylloscopus inornatusLeast ConcernLC342------------
352Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Tytler's Leaf WarblerPhylloscopus tytleriTytler's Leaf Warbler Phylloscopus tytleriNear EndemicNENear ThreatenedNT346LowVery LowVery Low-----Very LowLowLowLow
353Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Sulphur-bellied WarblerPhylloscopus griseolusSulphur-bellied Warbler Phylloscopus griseolusLeast ConcernLC340Very Low--------Very LowVery LowVery Low
354Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Tickell's Leaf WarblerPhylloscopus affinisTickell's Leaf Warbler Phylloscopus affinisLeast ConcernLC340MediumMediumMediumLowVery Low-Very LowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
355Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Green WarblerPhylloscopus nitidusGreen Warbler Phylloscopus nitidusLeast ConcernLC344HighMediumMediumVery Low--Very LowLowMediumHighHighHigh
356Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Greenish WarblerPhylloscopus trochiloidesGreenish Warbler Phylloscopus trochiloidesLeast ConcernLC344HighHighHighMediumVery Low-LowMediumHighHighHighHigh
357Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Large-billed Leaf WarblerPhylloscopus magnirostrisLarge-billed Leaf Warbler Phylloscopus magnirostrisLeast ConcernLC344MediumMediumLowVery Low--Very LowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
358Phylloscopidae (Leaf-Warblers)Western Crowned WarblerPhylloscopus occipitalisWestern Crowned Warbler Phylloscopus occipitalisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC344LowLowVery Low----Very LowLowLowLowLow
359Acrocephalidae (Reed Warblers and allies)Clamorous Reed WarblerAcrocephalus stentoreusClamorous Reed Warbler Acrocephalus stentoreusLeast ConcernLC334HighMediumLowLowLowVery LowVery LowLowMediumMediumMediumHigh
360Acrocephalidae (Reed Warblers and allies)Paddyfield WarblerAcrocephalus agricolaPaddyfield Warbler Acrocephalus agricolaLeast ConcernLC336LowVery LowVery Low-----Very LowLowLowLow
361Acrocephalidae (Reed Warblers and allies)Blyth's Reed WarblerAcrocephalus dumetorumBlyth's Reed Warbler Acrocephalus dumetorumLeast ConcernLC336Very HighVery HighHighMedium--Very LowLowHighVery HighVery HighVery High
362Acrocephalidae (Reed Warblers and allies)Thick-billed WarblerArundinax aedonThick-billed Warbler Arundinax aedonLeast ConcernLC334LowLowLowVery Low----Very LowVery LowLowLow
363Acrocephalidae (Reed Warblers and allies)Booted WarblerIduna caligataBooted Warbler Iduna caligataLeast ConcernLC338HighMediumLowVery Low--Very LowLowMediumMediumMediumHigh
364Acrocephalidae (Reed Warblers and allies)Sykes's WarblerIduna ramaSykes's Warbler Iduna ramaLeast ConcernLC338MediumLowVery Low---Very LowVery LowLowLowLowMedium
365Locustellidae (Grassbirds and allies)Pallas's Grasshopper WarblerHelopsaltes certhiolaPallas's Grasshopper Warbler Helopsaltes certhiolaLeast ConcernLC334Very Low------Very LowLowLowLowLow
366Locustellidae (Grassbirds and allies)Common Grasshopper WarblerLocustella naeviaCommon Grasshopper Warbler Locustella naeviaLeast ConcernLC334Very LowVery LowVery Low-----Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
367Locustellidae (Grassbirds and allies)Broad-tailed GrassbirdSchoenicola platyurusBroad-tailed Grassbird Schoenicola platyurusEndemicEVulnerableVU328Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
368Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Zitting CisticolaCisticola juncidisZitting Cisticola Cisticola juncidisLeast ConcernLC326MediumLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
369Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Grey-breasted PriniaPrinia hodgsoniiGrey-breasted Prinia Prinia hodgsoniiLeast ConcernLC324MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
370Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Jungle PriniaPrinia sylvaticaJungle Prinia Prinia sylvaticaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC324MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMedium
371Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Ashy PriniaPrinia socialisAshy Prinia Prinia socialisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC324Very HighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighVery High
372Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Plain PriniaPrinia inornataPlain Prinia Prinia inornataLeast ConcernLC324HighMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
373Cisticolidae (Cisticolas and allies)Common TailorbirdOrthotomus sutoriusCommon Tailorbird Orthotomus sutoriusLeast ConcernLC328Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
374Timaliidae (Babblers)Indian Scimitar BabblerPomatorhinus horsfieldiiIndian Scimitar Babbler Pomatorhinus horsfieldiiEndemicELeast ConcernLC362HighHighHighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighMediumHigh
375Timaliidae (Babblers)Tawny-bellied BabblerDumetia hyperythraTawny-bellied Babbler Dumetia hyperythraNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC360LowLowMediumLowLowMediumMediumLowLowMediumLowMedium
376Timaliidae (Babblers)Dark-fronted BabblerRhopocichla atricepsDark-fronted Babbler Rhopocichla atricepsNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC358MediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMedium
377Pellorneidae (Fulvettas, Ground Babblers)Brown-cheeked FulvettaAlcippe poioicephalaBrown-cheeked Fulvetta Alcippe poioicephalaLeast ConcernLC382HighMediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
378Pellorneidae (Fulvettas, Ground Babblers)Puff-throated BabblerPellorneum ruficepsPuff-throated Babbler Pellorneum ruficepsLeast ConcernLC352MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
379Leiothrichidae (Laughingthrushes)Nilgiri LaughingthrushMontecincla cachinnansNilgiri Laughingthrush Montecincla cachinnansEndemicEEndangeredEN372MediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
380Leiothrichidae (Laughingthrushes)Palani LaughingthrushMontecincla fairbankiPalani Laughingthrush Montecincla fairbankiEndemicENear ThreatenedNT372MediumHighMediumMediumMediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
381Leiothrichidae (Laughingthrushes)Large Grey BabblerArgya malcolmiLarge Grey Babbler Argya malcolmiNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC366MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
382Leiothrichidae (Laughingthrushes)Common BabblerArgya caudataCommon Babbler Argya caudataNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC366Very LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
383Leiothrichidae (Laughingthrushes)Yellow-billed BabblerArgya affinisYellow-billed Babbler Argya affinisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC366Very HighHighVery HighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighVery HighHighVery High
384Leiothrichidae (Laughingthrushes)Jungle BabblerArgya striataJungle Babbler Argya striataNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC366Very HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery High
385Leiothrichidae (Laughingthrushes)Rufous BabblerArgya subrufaRufous Babbler Argya subrufaEndemicELeast ConcernLC364MediumMediumMediumMediumLowMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
386Leiothrichidae (Laughingthrushes)Wayanad LaughingthrushPterorhinus delessertiWayanad Laughingthrush Pterorhinus delessertiEndemicELeast ConcernLC370LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowLow
387Sylviidae (Sylviid Babblers)Lesser WhitethroatSylvia currucaLesser Whitethroat Sylvia currucaLeast ConcernLC350Very LowVery LowVery Low---Very Low--Very LowVery LowVery Low
388Sylviidae (Sylviid Babblers)Hume's WhitethroatSylvia althaeaHume's Whitethroat Sylvia althaeaN/AN/A350MediumLowLow---Very LowLowLowLowLowMedium
389Sylviidae (Sylviid Babblers)Eastern Orphean WarblerSylvia crassirostrisEastern Orphean Warbler Sylvia crassirostrisLeast ConcernLC350Very LowVery Low--------Very LowVery Low
390Sylviidae (Sylviid Babblers)Yellow-eyed BabblerChrysomma sinenseYellow-eyed Babbler Chrysomma sinenseLeast ConcernLC390LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumLowLowMedium
391Zosteropidae (White-eyes)Indian White-eyeZosterops palpebrosusIndian White-eye Zosterops palpebrosusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC392HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
392Irenidae (Fairy-bluebirds)Asian Fairy-bluebirdIrena puellaAsian Fairy-bluebird Irena puellaLeast ConcernLC448HighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHigh
393Sittidae (Nuthatches)Indian NuthatchSitta castaneaIndian Nuthatch Sitta castaneaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC394LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
394Sittidae (Nuthatches)Velvet-fronted NuthatchSitta frontalisVelvet-fronted Nuthatch Sitta frontalisLeast ConcernLC396HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
395Sturnidae (Starlings)Southern Hill MynaGracula indicaSouthern Hill Myna Gracula indicaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC400HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
396Sturnidae (Starlings)Jungle MynaAcridotheres fuscusJungle Myna Acridotheres fuscusLeast ConcernLC402Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery High
397Sturnidae (Starlings)Common MynaAcridotheres tristisCommon Myna Acridotheres tristisLeast ConcernLC402Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
398Sturnidae (Starlings)Chestnut-tailed StarlingSturnia malabaricaChestnut-tailed Starling Sturnia malabaricaLeast ConcernLC404MediumMediumMediumLowLowVery LowLowLowMediumMediumMediumHigh
399Sturnidae (Starlings)Malabar StarlingSturnia blythiiMalabar Starling Sturnia blythiiEndemicEN/AN/A404HighMediumMediumHighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHigh
400Sturnidae (Starlings)Brahminy StarlingSturnia pagodarumBrahminy Starling Sturnia pagodarumNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC404HighHighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighMediumHigh
401Sturnidae (Starlings)Rosy StarlingPastor roseusRosy Starling Pastor roseusLeast ConcernLC404HighMediumLowVery Low-Very LowVery LowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
402Turdidae (Thrushes)Pied ThrushGeokichla wardiiPied Thrush Geokichla wardiiNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC406Very Low-------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
403Turdidae (Thrushes)Orange-headed ThrushGeokichla citrinaOrange-headed Thrush Geokichla citrinaLeast ConcernLC406HighMediumMediumMediumMediumLowMediumLowMediumMediumHighHigh
404Turdidae (Thrushes)Nilgiri ThrushZoothera neilgherriensisNilgiri Thrush Zoothera neilgherriensisEndemicEN/AN/A408LowLowLowVery LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowVery LowLowLowLow
405Turdidae (Thrushes)Indian BlackbirdTurdus simillimusIndian Blackbird Turdus simillimusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC410HighHighHighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHigh
406Turdidae (Thrushes)Eyebrowed ThrushTurdus obscurusEyebrowed Thrush Turdus obscurusLeast ConcernLC414----------Very LowVery Low
407Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Indian RobinCopsychus fulicatusIndian Robin Copsychus fulicatusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC420HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
408Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Oriental Magpie-RobinCopsychus saularisOriental Magpie-Robin Copsychus saularisLeast ConcernLC420Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
409Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)White-rumped ShamaCopsychus malabaricusWhite-rumped Shama Copsychus malabaricusLeast ConcernLC420LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMedium
410Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Asian Brown FlycatcherMuscicapa dauuricaAsian Brown Flycatcher Muscicapa dauuricaLeast ConcernLC434HighMediumMediumLowVery LowVery LowLowLowMediumHighHighHigh
411Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Brown-breasted FlycatcherMuscicapa muttuiBrown-breasted Flycatcher Muscicapa muttuiLeast ConcernLC434HighMediumLowVery LowVery Low--LowMediumMediumMediumHigh
412Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)White-bellied Blue FlycatcherCyornis pallidipesWhite-bellied Blue Flycatcher Cyornis pallidipesEndemicELeast ConcernLC442MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
413Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Tickell's Blue FlycatcherCyornis tickelliaeTickell's Blue Flycatcher Cyornis tickelliaeLeast ConcernLC444HighHighHighHighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHigh
414Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Blue-throated Blue FlycatcherCyornis rubeculoidesBlue-throated Blue Flycatcher Cyornis rubeculoidesLeast ConcernLC444MediumLowLowVery Low--Very LowVery LowLowMediumMediumMedium
415Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Blue-and-white FlycatcherCyanoptila cyanomelanaBlue-and-white Flycatcher Cyanoptila cyanomelanaLeast ConcernLC0Very LowVery Low-------Very LowVery LowVery Low
416Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Verditer FlycatcherEumyias thalassinusVerditer Flycatcher Eumyias thalassinusLeast ConcernLC440MediumLowVery LowVery Low---Very LowLowMediumMediumMedium
417Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Nilgiri FlycatcherEumyias albicaudatusNilgiri Flycatcher Eumyias albicaudatusEndemicELeast ConcernLC440HighHighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighMediumHigh
418Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Indian Blue RobinLarvivora brunneaIndian Blue Robin Larvivora brunneaLeast ConcernLC418MediumMediumMediumLow---LowMediumMediumMediumMedium
419Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)BluethroatLuscinia svecicaBluethroat Luscinia svecicaLeast ConcernLC418Very Low---------Very LowVery Low
420Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Nilgiri Blue RobinSholicola majorNilgiri Blue Robin Sholicola majorEndemicEEndangeredEN424LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
421Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)White-bellied Blue RobinSholicola albiventrisWhite-bellied Blue Robin Sholicola albiventrisEndemicEVulnerableVU424MediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMedium
422Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Malabar Whistling ThrushMyophonus horsfieldiiMalabar Whistling Thrush Myophonus horsfieldiiEndemicELeast ConcernLC406HighHighHighHighHighMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHigh
423Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Rusty-tailed FlycatcherFicedula ruficaudaRusty-tailed Flycatcher Ficedula ruficaudaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC434MediumMediumLowVery Low---Very LowLowMediumMediumMedium
424Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Red-breasted FlycatcherFicedula parvaRed-breasted Flycatcher Ficedula parvaLeast ConcernLC436LowVery Low------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
425Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Taiga FlycatcherFicedula albicillaTaiga Flycatcher Ficedula albicillaLeast ConcernLC436Very LowVery LowVery Low----Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
426Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Kashmir FlycatcherFicedula subrubraKashmir Flycatcher Ficedula subrubraNear EndemicNEVulnerableVU436LowVery LowVery Low----Very LowLowLowLowLow
427Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Ultramarine FlycatcherFicedula superciliarisUltramarine Flycatcher Ficedula superciliarisLeast ConcernLC438---------Very Low--
428Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Black-and-orange FlycatcherFicedula nigrorufaBlack-and-orange Flycatcher Ficedula nigrorufaEndemicELeast ConcernLC438HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
429Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Black RedstartPhoenicurus ochrurosBlack Redstart Phoenicurus ochrurosLeast ConcernLC422----------Very LowVery Low
430Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Blue Rock ThrushMonticola solitariusBlue Rock Thrush Monticola solitariusLeast ConcernLC432LowLowLowVery Low---Very LowLowLowLowLow
431Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Blue-capped Rock ThrushMonticola cinclorhynchaBlue-capped Rock Thrush Monticola cinclorhynchaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC432MediumMediumLowVery Low---LowLowMediumMediumMedium
432Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Siberian StonechatSaxicola maurusSiberian Stonechat Saxicola maurusLeast ConcernLC428MediumVery LowVery Low----LowMediumMediumMediumMedium
433Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Pied Bush ChatSaxicola caprataPied Bush Chat Saxicola caprataLeast ConcernLC428Very HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery High
434Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers)Isabelline WheatearOenanthe isabellinaIsabelline Wheatear Oenanthe isabellinaLeast ConcernLC430Very Low----Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
435Chloropseidae (Leafbirds)Jerdon's LeafbirdChloropsis jerdoniJerdon's Leafbird Chloropsis jerdoniNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC448MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
436Chloropseidae (Leafbirds)Golden-fronted LeafbirdChloropsis aurifronsGolden-fronted Leafbird Chloropsis aurifronsLeast ConcernLC448HighHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHighHigh
437Dicaeidae (Flowerpeckers)Thick-billed FlowerpeckerDicaeum agileThick-billed Flowerpecker Dicaeum agileLeast ConcernLC450MediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumLowMedium
438Dicaeidae (Flowerpeckers)Pale-billed FlowerpeckerDicaeum erythrorhynchosPale-billed Flowerpecker Dicaeum erythrorhynchosEndemicELeast ConcernLC450Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
439Dicaeidae (Flowerpeckers)Nilgiri FlowerpeckerDicaeum concolorNilgiri Flowerpecker Dicaeum concolorEndemicELeast ConcernLC450HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
440Nectariniidae (Sunbirds)Purple-rumped SunbirdLeptocoma zeylonicaPurple-rumped Sunbird Leptocoma zeylonicaLeast ConcernLC454Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
441Nectariniidae (Sunbirds)Crimson-backed SunbirdLeptocoma minimaCrimson-backed Sunbird Leptocoma minimaEndemicELeast ConcernLC454HighHighHighHighHighMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHigh
442Nectariniidae (Sunbirds)Purple SunbirdCinnyris asiaticusPurple Sunbird Cinnyris asiaticusLeast ConcernLC454Very HighVery HighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
443Nectariniidae (Sunbirds)Loten's SunbirdCinnyris loteniusLoten's Sunbird Cinnyris loteniusNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC454HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHigh
444Nectariniidae (Sunbirds)Little SpiderhunterArachnothera longirostraLittle Spiderhunter Arachnothera longirostraLeast ConcernLC456MediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
445Passeridae (Old World Sparrows)House SparrowPasser domesticusHouse Sparrow Passer domesticusLeast ConcernLC458Very HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery HighVery High
446Passeridae (Old World Sparrows)Yellow-throated SparrowGymnoris xanthocollisYellow-throated Sparrow Gymnoris xanthocollisLeast ConcernLC460MediumMediumMediumMediumLowLowLowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
447Ploceidae (Weavers and Allies)Streaked WeaverPloceus manyarStreaked Weaver Ploceus manyarLeast ConcernLC462Very LowVery LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
448Ploceidae (Weavers and Allies)Baya WeaverPloceus philippinusBaya Weaver Ploceus philippinusLeast ConcernLC462MediumLowMediumMediumMediumHighMediumHighMediumMediumMediumMedium
449Estrildidae (Waxbills and Allies)Red AvadavatAmandava amandavaRed Avadavat Amandava amandavaLeast ConcernLC464LowLowVery LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLow
450Estrildidae (Waxbills and Allies)Indian SilverbillEuodice malabaricaIndian Silverbill Euodice malabaricaLeast ConcernLC464HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighMediumHigh
451Estrildidae (Waxbills and Allies)White-rumped MuniaLonchura striataWhite-rumped Munia Lonchura striataLeast ConcernLC464MediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighMediumMediumMediumMediumMedium
452Estrildidae (Waxbills and Allies)Scaly-breasted MuniaLonchura punctulataScaly-breasted Munia Lonchura punctulataLeast ConcernLC464HighHighHighHighVery HighVery HighHighHighVery HighHighHighHigh
453Estrildidae (Waxbills and Allies)Black-throated MuniaLonchura kelaartiBlack-throated Munia Lonchura kelaartiNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC464LowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMediumLowLow
454Estrildidae (Waxbills and Allies)Tricolored MuniaLonchura malaccaTricolored Munia Lonchura malaccaNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC464MediumLowLowMediumMediumMediumHighHighHighHighMediumMedium
455Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Forest WagtailDendronanthus indicusForest Wagtail Dendronanthus indicusLeast ConcernLC470MediumMediumLowLowVery Low-Very LowLowMediumMediumMediumMedium
456Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Western Yellow WagtailMotacilla flavaWestern Yellow Wagtail Motacilla flavaLeast ConcernLC468HighHighHighMedium--Very LowLowMediumHighHighHigh
457Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Citrine WagtailMotacilla citreolaCitrine Wagtail Motacilla citreolaLeast ConcernLC468Very LowVery Low-------Very Low-Very Low
458Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Grey WagtailMotacilla cinereaGrey Wagtail Motacilla cinereaLeast ConcernLC470HighHighMediumLow-Very LowMediumHighHighHighHighHigh
459Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)White WagtailMotacilla albaWhite Wagtail Motacilla albaLeast ConcernLC470LowLowVery Low---Very LowVery LowLowLowLowMedium
460Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)White-browed WagtailMotacilla maderaspatensisWhite-browed Wagtail Motacilla maderaspatensisNear EndemicNELeast ConcernLC470HighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighHighVery High
461Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Richard's PipitAnthus richardiRichard's Pipit Anthus richardiLeast ConcernLC472Very LowVery LowVery Low----Very LowVery LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
462Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Paddyfield PipitAnthus rufulusPaddyfield Pipit Anthus rufulusLeast ConcernLC472HighMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumMediumHighMediumHigh
463Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Blyth's PipitAnthus godlewskiiBlyth's Pipit Anthus godlewskiiLeast ConcernLC472LowVery LowVery Low------Very LowVery LowLow
464Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Tawny PipitAnthus campestrisTawny Pipit Anthus campestrisLeast ConcernLC472LowVery LowVery Low--Very Low-Very LowVery LowLowLowLow
465Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Long-billed PipitAnthus similisLong-billed Pipit Anthus similisLeast ConcernLC472Very LowVery Low-Very LowVery LowLowVery LowVery LowVery Low-Very LowVery Low
466Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Tree PipitAnthus trivialisTree Pipit Anthus trivialisLeast ConcernLC474LowLowVery Low----Very LowLowLowLowLow
467Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Olive-backed PipitAnthus hodgsoniOlive-backed Pipit Anthus hodgsoniLeast ConcernLC474LowLowVery Low----Very LowVery LowVery LowLowLow
468Motacillidae (Wagtails and Pipits)Nilgiri PipitAnthus nilghiriensisNilgiri Pipit Anthus nilghiriensisEndemicEVulnerableVU472MediumMediumLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowLowMedium
469Fringillidae (Finches)Common RosefinchCarpodacus erythrinusCommon Rosefinch Carpodacus erythrinusLeast ConcernLC480HighMediumMediumLow---Very LowVery LowLowMediumMedium
470Emberizidae (Buntings, New World Sparrows and Allies)Grey-necked BuntingEmberiza buchananiGrey-necked Bunting Emberiza buchananiLeast ConcernLC488Very LowVery Low------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low
471Emberizidae (Buntings, New World Sparrows and Allies)Little BuntingEmberiza pusillaLittle Bunting Emberiza pusillaLeast ConcernLC490Very LowVery Low----------
472Emberizidae (Buntings, New World Sparrows and Allies)Black-headed BuntingEmberiza melanocephalaBlack-headed Bunting Emberiza melanocephalaLeast ConcernLC490------------
473Emberizidae (Buntings, New World Sparrows and Allies)Red-headed BuntingEmberiza brunicepsRed-headed Bunting Emberiza brunicepsLeast ConcernLC490Very Low-------Very LowVery LowVery LowVery Low

Trip Reports

Western Ghats Endemic Birds – Trip Report, January 2020

Nilgiri Pipit
Nilgiri Pipit

The first ever Bubo Birding tour was a great success, with excellent views of most of our target endemic birds of the Western Ghats, some fantastic places visited, great food, and lots of fun cross-cultural discussion thanks to our mixed American, British and Indian group!

The itinerary was slightly shortened from our typical plan and concentrated mainly on Western Ghats forest endemics. Instead of starting from Bangalore and spending our first three days in the lowlands, we began in Coimbatore and made Ooty, in the Nilgiri Hills in Tamil Nadu, our first stop. Thereafter, and having been joined by Katie, we headed to Top Slip in the Anamalai Hills, Munnar back in Nilgiri tea country in Kerala, Periyar Tiger Reserve, and finally to the extremely birdy Thattekad Bird Sanctuary.

We saw 218 species of birds altogether, which included most of the endemics (29 in total) and a further 45 near endemics, many of which only otherwise occur in Sri Lanka. Most of our targets gave exceptional views, such as the rare Kashmir Flycatcher, both endemic species of Sholakili and ‘Chilappans’, and Nilgiri Pipit just 3 m away! One of the big successes was lovely views of many species of owls in daylight, although we completely missed Spotted Owlet: the most common owl throughout India!

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