Yellow-wattled lapwing

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The yellow-wattled lapwing (Vanellus malabaricus) is a lapwing that is endemic to the Indian Subcontinent. It is found mainly on the dry plains of peninsular India and has a sharp call and is capable of fast flight. Although they do not migrate, they are known to make seasonal movements in response to rains. They are dull grey-brown with a black cap, yellow legs, and a triangular wattle at the base of the beak. Like other lapwings and plovers, they are ground birds and their nest is a mere collection of tiny pebbles within which their well-camouflaged eggs are laid.

Found a dozen of them at Hesarghatta lake and this was my fav shot from that outing.

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Print: High-quality Giclee prints on Epson matte at 12 X 17 inches (including a one-inch white border). Will be couriered or hand-delivered in 5 days after completing the payment.┬áIf your delivery address is outside Bangalore, an additional courier charge will apply, please write to me before placing the order – shiftingradius@gmail.com.

Frame: Printed (Giclee prints on Epson matte) and framed at a total size of 15 X 20 inches (Including the frame) with clear glass. Will be couriered or hand-delivered in 10 working days after completing the payment. If your delivery address is outside Bangalore, an additional courier charge will apply, please write to me before placing the order – shiftingradius@gmail.com.

 

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