Composition : The National Bird of Bangladesh : Magpie-Robin

Magpie Robin - The National Bird of Bangladesh

Various types of birds fly trees to trees in our country. Our minds fill up with the pleasure of chirping the birds. The Magpie Robin is our national bird among uncountable numbers of birds.

The Magpie Robins are mostly known in Bangladesh as the Doel. The Doel is a small bird in size. It goes always raising its tail. The body is covered with soft feathers. The colour of the male bird is a combination of black and white. Whereas the females look similar to the males, with the difference being that the females are greyer, with greyish-white underparts. There are nails on the top of the legs. The colours of its legs are brown.

One of the brightest features of the Doel is that it has a delightful whistle. There are few birds like the sweet voice of Doel. The Doel can imitate the voices of other birds.

They eat pulse, mustard, lentil sesamum, etc. The Doel live in the holes of trees. They also live in bushes of trees. Generally, in summer it lays eggs of blue colour making nests in the holes of trees.

The Doel does not fly very high and likes to stay close to the ground. It is very neat and clean. Without this, the Doel is found all over Bangladesh. For these reasons, the Magpie Robin or the Doel is got the dignity of our national bird. As it is the national bird of Bangladesh so we have seen their presence in different aspects. For example, it is seen in currencies, in different creations even it is present in some popular songs.

The Doel does not any harm to us. But it benefits us from eating various worms and insects. This is a member of national beauties. The flesh of Doel is taste. Sometimes the cruel prayers catch the Doel and get money to sell.

Though the Doel is a small bird, it has great value. So, we should be kind to it. The government should prohibit catching the Doel by law.

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