Sykes's nightjar, Sindh nightjar
Sykes's nightjar or the Sindh nightjar (Caprimulgus mahrattensis ) is a nightjar species found in northwestern South Asia.Show More
The name commemorates Colonel William Henry Sykes, who served with the British military in India.Show Less
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