The Fire-tailed Sunbird

Some birds are extremely eye-catching to see, and the first word you say is “wow.”. The fire-tailed sunbird is among those birds that have stunning colors in nature. The fire-tailed sunbird, “Aethopyga ignicauda” is a species of sunbird in the Nectariniidae family. 
This bird was mostly seen in the northern parts of the Indian subcontinent, and the Himalayas, as well as in some adjoining regions in Southeast Asia, i.e., Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand, and Tibet. Its natural habitats are temperate forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.
The male bird is 15 cm long, including their long tail, while the female bird is about 2/3 in length. The fire-tailed sunbird likes to live in conifer forests at altitudes up to 4,000 meters, descending into the valleys during the cold season. The bird’s foods consist of insects, nectar, etc., and both parents take part in feeding the young.
The bird population is in large numbers and hence does not reach the thresholds for being vulnerable, and the trend appears to be stable. Therefore, the population has not been quantified, though there has been only a 10% reduction in the last ten years. For these reasons, the species is evaluated as the least concern.
The Fire-tailed Sunbird is among those birds which have stunning colors of nature.
The Fire-tailed Sunbird is among those birds which have stunning colors of nature.
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