Tuesday, 1 January 2013

The Green Humour Birding Guide

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How much does a Coppersmith Barbet earn? What is the Booted Eagle's shoe size? Which cricket playing country does the Black-capped Kingfisher represent? What makes the Red-headed Bullfich charge at you? How does one untangle the Great Knot? Find the answers to these questions and a lot more in the Green Humour Birding Guide!

Caution- To be used as a field guide at your own risk! The compilation is available as A3 poster prints. Email me to order your copies, and don't forget to mention your postal address and the number of copies you want. Happy new year, bird lovers! :-)

This work by Rohan Chakravarty is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

30 comments:

  1. a great take on taxonomy, loved it. and as always great work by Rohan

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  2. Awesome one Rohan.... wishing you a very happy and creative 2013...

    Cheers,
    GT

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  3. Awesome...Cant stop laughing...:-) Keep them coming...

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  4. Absolutely brilliant piece of work!!!

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  5. Had to scroll quite a while, past all the other admirers, to be able to add my comment...which is, ooh, these are just too wonderful for words, they needed cartoons! Tuni, more and more power to your konkified imagination and more paint (or whatever it is that computers use) to your brush! I am really glad I am getting to know you.

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  6. I want the Short-toed Snake Eagle, and the Snake Bird, and others...keep adding to this collection!

    Deepa.

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  7. loved them all... :) ..... great work Rohan...!..
    Thanks,

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  8. haha.... super... can't stop appreciating...! :)

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  9. appreciating work....this humor can be used for learning purpose and bird identification for new bird watchers...please come with more species..

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  10. awesome, especially loved the vernal hanging parrot and the red headed bull-finch :)

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  11. Lovely stuff and will share on my birding pages too... I look forward to seeing the African fish Eagle, the Blue Crane and the Kingfisher. :-)

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  12. Thanks everyone :-) Phil, do send me a link to your birding page.

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  13. Hilarious Rohan and very very creative. Take a bow :). Good luck and keep them coming.

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  14. Awesome work, Rohan, and truly hilarious! Hope you will add more birds to this! Cheers!

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  15. This is super cool.... Absolutely hilaroius. Well done Rohan


    Regards

    Mittal Gala

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