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The Eye... The sarus crane (Antigone antigone) is a large non-migratory crane found in parts of the Indian Subcontinent, Southeast Asia and Australia. The tallest of the flying birds, standing at a height of up to 1.8 m (5 ft 11 in),[3] they are a conspicuous species of open wetlands in south Asia, seasonally-flooded Dipterocarp forests in south-east Asia, and Eucalyptus-dominated woodlands and grasslands in Australia.[4] The sarus crane is easily distinguished from other cranes in the region by the overall grey colour and the contrasting red head and upper neck. They forage on marshes and shallow wetlands for roots, tubers, insects, crustaceans and small vertebrate prey. Like other cranes, they form long-lasting pair-bonds and maintain territories within which they perform territorial and courtship displays that include loud trumpeting, leaps and dance-like movements. In India they are considered symbols of marital fidelity, believed to mate for life and pine the loss of their mates even to the point of starving to death. The main breeding season is during the rainy season, when the pair builds an enormous nest "island", a circular platform of reeds and grasses nearly two metres in diameter and high enough to stay above the shallow water surrounding it. Increased multi-season agriculture is often thought to have led to declines in Sarus crane numbers. However, more careful assessments show sarus crane numbers to have increased due to expansion of wet crops following the Green Revolution and the associated increases in artificial watering structures such as canals and reservoirs.[5]The stronghold of the species is in India, where it is traditionally revered and lives in agricultural lands in close proximity to humans. Elsewhere, the species has been extirpated in many parts of its former

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Bhutan Diary .. The Tiger's Nest

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The Singer ..... The grey-headed canary-flycatcher or the grey-headed flycatcher (Culicicapa ceylonensis) is a species of small flycatcher-like bird found in tropical Asia. It has a square crest, a grey hood and yellow underparts. They are found mainly in forested habitats where they often join other birds in mixed-species foraging flocks. Pairs are often seen as they forage for insects by making flycatcher-like sallies and calling aloud. Several subspecies are recognized within their wide distribution range. In the past the genus Culicicapa was considered to be an Old World flycatcher but studies have found them to belong to a new family designated as the Stenostiridae or fairy flycatchers that include the African genera Stenostira and Elminia. #birds #instabird #birdwatching #canonphotography #canon📷 #birdlovers #birdextreme #bb_of_ig #nature_lovers #natureshots #wildlifeplanet #wildlife_perfection #wildlife_vision #birds_bees_flowers_n_trees #birdcaptures #wildlifeofindia #animal_sultans #naturein_focus #bird #bestbirdshots #birdslife #yourbestbirds #birdsofparadise #nature_brilliance #nature_shooters #natgeoyourshotindia #wildlove #nature_hippys #Niketchaudhary

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The Singer ..... The grey-headed canary-flycatcher or the grey-headed flycatcher (Culicicapa ceylonensis) is a species of small flycatcher-like bird found in tropical Asia. It has a square crest, a grey hood and yellow underparts. They are found mainly in forested habitats where they often join other birds in mixed-species foraging flocks. Pairs are often seen as they forage for insects by making flycatcher-like sallies and calling aloud. Several subspecies are recognized within their wide distribution range. In the past the genus Culicicapa was considered to be an Old World flycatcher but studies have found them to belong to a new family designated as the Stenostiridae or fairy flycatchers that include the African genera Stenostira and Elminia. #birds #instabird #birdwatching #canonphotography #canon📷 #birdlovers #birdextreme #bb_of_ig #nature_lovers #natureshots #wildlifeplanet #wildlife_perfection #wildlife_vision #birds_bees_flowers_n_trees #birdcaptures #wildlifeofindia #animal_sultans #naturein_focus #bird #bestbirdshots #birdslife #yourbestbirds #birdsofparadise #nature_brilliance #nature_shooters #natgeoyourshotindia #wildlove #nature_hippys #Niketchaudhary

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The Indian nightjar (Caprimulgus asiaticus) The Indian nightjar (Caprimulgus asiaticus)is a small nightjar which is a resident breeder in open lands across South Asia and Southeast Asia. Like most nightjars it is crepuscular and is best detected from its characteristic calls at dawn and dusk that have been likened to a stone skipping on a frozen lake - a series of clicks that become shorter and more rapid. They are sometimes spotted on roads when their eyes gleam red in the spotlight of a vehicle. There is considerable plumage variation across its range and can be hard to differentiate from other nightjars in the region especially in the field. #birds #instabird #birdwatching #canonphotography #canon📷 #birdlovers #birdextreme #bb_of_ig #nature_lovers #natureshots #wildlifeplanet #wildlife_perfection #wildlife_vision #birds_bees_flowers_n_trees #birdcaptures #wildlifeofindia #animal_sultans #naturein_focus #bird #bestbirdshots #birdslife #yourbestbirds #birdsofparadise #nature_brilliance #nature_shooters #natgeoyourshotindia #wildlove #nature_hippys #Niketchaudhary

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Puff-throated Babbler(lifer for me) Scientific name: Pellorneum ruficeps The puff-throated babbler or spotted babbler (Pellorneum ruficeps) is a species of passerine bird found in Asia. They are found in scrub and moist forest mainly in hilly regions. They forage in small groups on the forest floor, turning around leaf litter to find their prey and usually staying low in the undergrowth where they can be hard to spot. They however have loud and distinct calls, including a morning song, contact and alarm calls. It is the type species of the genus Pellorneum which may however currently include multiple lineages.(Wikipedia) #indianbirds #birds #instabird #birdwatching #canonphotography #canon📷 #birdlovers #birdextreme #bb_of_ig #nature_lovers #natureshots #wildlifeplanet #wildlife_perfection #wildlife_vision #birds_bees_flowers_n_trees #birdcaptures #wildlifeofindia #animal_sultans #naturein_focus #bird #bestbirdshots #birdslife #yourbestbirds #birdsofparadise #nature_brilliance #nature_shooters #natgeoyourshotindia #wildlove #nature_hippys #Niketchaudhary

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