Aegithina tiphia Iora Yellow Bird
Species: Aegithina tiphia
Native origin: India
Common name: The Common Iora
Interesting Trait: During the breeding season, mainly after the monsoons, the male performs an acrobatic courtship display, darting up into the air fluffing up all his feathers, especially those on the pale green rump, then spiraling down to the original perch. Once he lands, he spreads his tail and droops his wings.
Frame size: 5″ x 6 1/2″
Frame Color: black
wood Frame: Finest Handmade Museum Quality Sealed Shadowbox Display with Picture Hanger Included.
Glass: UV Blocking Museum Grade Conservation Glass to Prevent your specimen From Ever Fading.
Background: Name & Origin Printed on Old World Style Parchment.
Description: A small colorful bird found across tropical India known for it’s bright colors and loud whistles. This bird species is approx 3″ long and is mounted on a wooden perch.