Iora are a small family of four perching/song birds found in India & South East Asia Common Iora, Aegithina tiphia (Found in the Indian Subcontinent) Marshall's Iora, Aegithina nigrolutea (India & Sri Lanka) Green Iora, Aegithina viridissima (Near Threatened, Found in Brunei ,Indonesia,Myanmar Thailand ,Singapore) Great Iora, Aegithina lafresnayei (China,Laos,Cambodia,Malaysia,Myanmar,Vietnam & Thailand) Below, A
The Green Bee-eater also known as the Little Green Bee-Eater is a fascinating bird. Richly colored,slender & pacey. This is an abundant and fairly tame bird found in India.They are mainly insect eaters and are found in grassland, thin scrub and forest often quite far from water. Several regional plumage variations are known and several subspecies have
Spotted Owlet is widespread resident in India, the photo below has both Male Female pair at their nest, @ Devaliya,Gir The below shot taken at night when they become active, @Dhari, Bhutiya Bunglow
Out of the 90 odd kingfisher species in the world around 12 are found in India. All kingfishers are highly territorial; since it must eat around 60% of its body weight each day, it is essential to have control of a suitable stretch of river or water body. It is solitary for most of the year,
Show me the Light, Chandani Reef, Marine National Park,Jamnagar,GujaratBird Pair,Sun Set at Nal Sarovar Sun set in a JungleAThe Sun through the BushAt Kanhaa At Kanha National Park
A distinctive owl with dark eyes and orangish eye ring, Amazing Camouflage,See how it matches the branch pattern, Even more with its back.