Coppersmith Barbet

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The coppersmith barbet (Psilopogon haemacephalus), also called crimson-breasted barbet and coppersmith, is an Asian barbet with crimson forehead and throat, known for its metronomic call that sounds similar to a coppersmith striking metal with a hammer. It is a resident bird in the Indian subcontinent and parts of Southeast Asia. It carves out holes inside a tree to build its nest. It is predominantly frugivorous, but has been observed eating insects, especially winged termites.

Not as common as the White-cheeked ones, these are absolutely colorful. Finally, have a decent shot of this one perched on a branch.

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Print: High-quality Giclee prints on Epson matte at 12 X 17 inches (including a one-inch white border). Will be couriered or hand-delivered in 5 days after completing the payment.┬áIf your delivery address is outside Bangalore, an additional courier charge will apply, please write to me before placing the order – shiftingradius@gmail.com.

Frame: Printed (Giclee prints on Epson matte) and framed at a total size of 15 X 20 inches (Including the frame) with clear glass. Will be couriered or hand-delivered in 10 working days after completing the payment. If your delivery address is outside Bangalore, an additional courier charge will apply, please write to me before placing the order – shiftingradius@gmail.com.

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