Bangladesh has an incredible wealth of birdlife with over 700 species recorded in the country so far. The habitat includes mangrove forests, riverine grasslands, rainforests, and more! Birds range from the common national bird the Oriental Magpie Robin to the iconic Spoon-billed Sandpiper which winters on the coastal mudflats in the southeastern part of the country.

Short (max. 10 sentences) introduction to this country, including information on geography, biogeography, habitats, typical bird communities, importance for birdwatching

Edited by Seth Miller on 2021-11-30 03:56
Bangladesh has an incredible wealth of birdlife with over 700 species recorded in the country so far. The habitat includes mangrove forests, riverine grasslands, rainforests, and more! Birds range from the common national bird the Oriental Magpie Robin to the iconic Spoon-billed Sandpiper which winters on the coastal mudflats in the southeastern part of the country.

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Orniverse: Bangladesh