again, great photography....but, what are you doing in corbett???
birds are great fun to watch if you know the species..I get lost spotting them, but cannot identify them at all :) lovely pics-lakshmi
Lovely birdies. I specially liked the first one. Though i wish you could get close-ups ..specially of the kingfisher .. i am fascinated by them ...
WoWWWW....some really STUNNING shots...These are simply awesome...very very well captured!
Oh, I rather think of you being surrounded by beautiful birds and being able to show as the pictures afterwards! :-)
Just about back from enjoying quite a bit of avi-fauna at Corbett NP. What a lovely place. I miss India!
i don't know much about the bird species, but lately i find myself watching them outside in the trees and shrubs, and thinking how pretty they are! maybe that's spring fever at work!
Where's your new post? Where's VoF -IV? You can't leaving us hanging in here for so long. ;)Thank you for your visit to my Surya Mandir. I just replied to your query there. :)Interestingly, here's another link with a lot of info on the subject:http://www.templenet.com/suntemple.html
April greetings! :-)
The first one is a Shrike. May be a Grey Shrike. The fourth one seems more like a bulbul but cant make out from the image. Last one is also a Shrike. It would be either a 'Bay backed Shrike' or 'Long tailed shrike'. They look very similar.
Thanks to all for dropping by. Weather is warm and perfect for outings. So too much roaming around and less attention to posting :))) ( am good at excuses -na !!)Thanks Arun for not only leaving comment -but giving information. Appreciate a lot as I am not good at details.
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