1st government safari park of bangladesh Birds – Bangabandu Dulahazra Safari Park


Brahminy kite

    Scientific nameHaliastur indus
    Type: Aves
    Diet: Omnivore
    Size: 43-51cm
    Breeding Season: December – April
    Egg: 2
    Conservation Status: Least Concern

Griffon Vulture

    Scientific nameGyps fulvus
    Type: Aves
    Diet: Scavenger

    Length: Tip of the bill – tip of the tail is 99-104 cm,wingspan 240 cm – 280 cm
    Weight: 6.2 -8.5 kg in males , 6.5 -8.3 kg in females
    Life Span: up to 37 years in captivity
    Distribution: India, Middle East ,North Africa , West Portugal , Spain

    Conservation Status: Least Concern

White-bellied sea-eagle

    Scientific name : Haliaeetus leucogaster
    Type: Aves
    Diet: Carnivore
    Size: Length: 75–85 cm , Wingspan: 180–220 cm Tail: 23.5cm
    Weight: Male: 2.5-3.7 kg , Female: 2.8-4.2 kg
    Lifespan: 30 years
    Breeding Season: October-January
    Egg: 2-3
    Conservation Status: Least Concern

Crested Serpent Eagle

    Scientific name : Spilornis cheela
    Type: Aves
    Diet: Carnivore
    Size: Length: 55 to 76 cm , Wingspan: 109 – 169 cm , Tail: 30cm
    Weight: 420 to 1800 g

    Behavior: diurnal , solitary and non-migratory

    Breeding Season: February-March
    Egg: 1
    Conservation Status: Least Concern

Black Kite

    Scientific name : Milvus migrans
    Type: Aves
    Diet: Carnivore, scavenger
    Size: Length: 61cm
    Wingspan: up to 150cm.
    Tail: 26.5cm
    Weight: Male: 630-930 g, , Female: 750-940g
    Breeding Season: March-May
    Egg: 2-4
    Conservation Status: Least Concern

Booted Eagle

    Scientific nameHieraaetus pennatus
    Type: Aves
    Diet: Carnivore
    Size: Length: 42-50 cm , Wingspan: 113-134 cm , Tail: 19cm
    Weight: Male: 635-770 g , Female: 840-1,146g
    Lifespan: 12 years in captivity
    Breeding Season: March-June
    Egg: 2
    Conservation Status: Least Concern

Silver pheasant

    Scientific nameLophura nycthemera
    Type: Aves
    Diet: seeds and fruits , also takes invertebrates
    Size(L): Male:120 -125 cm , Female :55–90 cm
    Weight: Male:1.13–2 kg
    Female:1–1.3 kg
    Habitat: both grasslands and bamboo, evergreen and deciduous forests.
    Breeding Season: February-May
    Egg: 6-9

Oriental Pied Hornbill

    Scientific nameAnthracoceros albirostris
    Type: Aves
    Diet: Mostly feeds on fruit; diet also includes fish , small reptiles,mammals and insects
    Size: Length: 90 cm ,wing :29.5 cm
    Bill: 12.5 cm
    Habitat: Broad leaved evergreen and deciduous forest
    Breeding Season: April – May
    Egg: 2 -3
    Conservation Status: Least Concern

Indian Peafowl

    Scientific namePavo cristatus
    Type: Aves
    Diet: Omnivore

    Length: Body, 35 to 50 in (90 to 130 cm); Tail, 5 ft (1.5 m)

    Weight: 4 to 6 kg

    Life Span: 23 years (In captivity)

    Habit : Solitary
    Conservation Status: Extinct in wild

Great Hornbill

    Scientific nameBuceros bicornis
    Type: Aves
    Diet: Mostly feeds on fruit; diet also includes small reptiles, mammals and insects
    Size: Length: 100-120 cm (40-48 in.); wing : 52.5 cm,
    Bill: 35.2 cm
    Life Span: 35 to 40 years

    Habitat: Broad leaved evergreen and moist deciduous forest
    Conservation Status: Vulnerable

Brown Fish Owl

    Scientific nameBubo zeylonensis
    Type: Aves
    Diet: Rodents ,birds ,reptiles and fish
    Size: Length: 48-58cm
    Wing: 355-434mm
    Weight: 1105-1308g
    Habit: Semi-diurnal
    Habitat:Thick lowland forest,open but well-wooded forest,always near water, old mango groves
    Breeding Season: January and February
    Egg: 1-2
    Conservation Status: Not Threatened (Globally)


    Scientific name : Dromaius novaehollandiae

    Type: Aves
    Diet: Omnivore
    Hight : 5 – 6.5 feet
    Weight: 18kg – 60kg
    Life Span: 5-10 years in the wild 12 – 20 years in captivity
    Habitat : Open grasslands with bushes close to water
    Conservation Status: Least Concern


    Scientific name : Melopsittacus undulatus
    Type: Aves
    Diet: Omnivore
    Size: 15cm – 20cm
    Weight: 30 – 40 g
    Lifespan: 5 – 8 years (Adult, In captivity)
    Habitat: Open woodland and grassland near water
    Egg: 6
    Conservation Status: Least Concern