Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Cassia (Cinnamomum aromaticum, synonym C. cassia) is an evergreen tree native to southern China, Bangladesh, India, and Vietnam. Like its close relative Cinnamomum verum, also known as "Ceylon cinnamon", it is used primarily for its aromatic bark, which is used as a spice. In the United States of America, cassia is often sold under the culinary name of "cinnamon", a practice banned in many [which?] other countries. The buds are also used as a spice, especially in India, and were once used by the ancient Romans. The cassia cinnamon tree grows to 10 15 m tall, with greyish bark and hard elongated leaves that are 10 15 cm long and have a decidedly reddish colour when young.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Rufous-winged Buzzard (Butastur liventer) is an Asian bird of prey. It is a resident breeder in southern China, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Indonesia. It is a species of deciduous forest and second growth up to 800 m. The adult Rufous-winged Buzzard is 38 43 cm long. It has a grey head and underparts, with some streaking on the crown, neck and breast. The rest of the upperparts are rufous grey, and the uppertail is bright rufous. In flight, from above it shows rufous-chestnut flight feathers and the rufous uppertail, and from below it has a grey body, white underwing coverts, and greyish flight feathers and undertail. The juvenile is duller and browner, with a brown-grey head and white supercilium. This species is similar in size and shape to the migratory Grey-faced Buzzard, but that species has browner upperparts and tail, a white throat, and brown-barred white belly.