After some heavy showers the previous day, the morning light was good today to explore some of our usual suspects. I wasn’t disappointed.
This Rose-ringed Parakeet decided to start the day with Bhujangasana.
Not too far behind was our friend, White-cheeked Barbet with floatasana.
At 1/4000 of a second, you get to capture some of these moments.
Do you know what is better than an Indian Gray Hornbill?
Ha! Ajay Devgn knew the answer for this one – two Indian Gray Horbills.
Due to Covid, Red Avadavats have decided not to travel. They are still here.
“Fear not, little birdies. I am here to rescue all of the wing-kind” #BlackKitesMatter
“Are you with me ‘Little’ Egrets on my left?”
“And you, ‘Lesser’ whistling ducks on my right?”
“Bro, why is he sounding like a babbler?”
“I am not your bro, look at my scales, you idiot!”
“Yo Munias – Silverbill, Scaly-breasted, and the likes!
We may be Babblers, a cute yellow-eyed one at that, but we don’t talk s*** okay!”
Look who’s back from their travel. After a mandatory quarantine period, the Baya Weavers will be looking at building their nests.
The juvenile Brahminy Kites are learning how to fly/ hunt.
Last but not the least, Rowdy Ranganna a.k.a Jungle Myna looks like is planning his next attack on his unsuspecting victims.