Subject– The beautiful birds of Bangladesh.
I hope this email finds you healthy and happy. I write to you from Bangladesh. I know how much you love birds so when I saw the birds here, they immediately reminded me of you and I knew I just had to write to you. Yesterday, I went to a bird sanctuary here to watch birds and I came across some of the most magnificent creatures of nature. The first bird I spotted was the oriental magpie robin.
A little passerine bird it is. They are unique black and white birds that perch prominently or hunt on the ground while holding their long tail straight. They were historically widely used as cagebirds and are especially well known for their melodies. The second bird was the Asian Glossy Starling. The birds’ feathers are metallic, and dark green and might appear black or purple on both males and females.
They have bright red eyes. Black and white stripes can be seen on an immature bird’s underside, and its upper feathers are brownish-black in colour. The Starling family are one of the extremely noisy families of birds. Next, I saw the baya weaver. Males that breed have a yellow forehead and crown, a dark neck, and yellow underparts. The only difference between breeding males and females is that the former have buffy colours, while the latter have yellow.
All these birds are so very beautiful, I was in absolute awe. If you ever come to Bangladesh make sure to come see these beauties.