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  1. Fulvous breasted Woodpecker (Male)

    "Woodpecker feathers are some of the most durable in the bird world; and they need to be as they are rubbed against rough tree bark everyday.... Woodpeckers come in many colours but most have black...
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    Orange headed Thrush (Female)

    I have been observing this particular female Orange headed thrush since 2017. You may follow their story in this link...
  3. Drumming of female Fulvous breasted woodpecker

    Drumming of female Fulvous breasted woodpecker amidst dense woodland in my village. Recording done by ordinary smart phone while taking a stroll today morning.
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    Part 11

    There are no bushes of reeds in the Beel anymore. And also, the Beel does no more brims with water during the rainy season. Almost all the channels through which rain water used to pour into the Beel...
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    Part 10

    These all are the fixed framed moments of the Mangalajodi lake which speak about the success story that the Mangalajodi is during a time when it has become a universal trend to fill up the water...
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    Part 9

    In some other place a desperate Yellow Bittern has fixed its inquisitive eyes in the muddy grassland of the swamp.
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    Part 8

    A shy Ruddy-breasted Crake was seen searching for insects inside rotten stalks of hyacinths in the golden mellow light of the setting sun.
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    Part 7

    Very close to this was seen a migratory Ruff.
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    Part 6

    As I went on seeing these birds I lost myself completely in a different world. That place really seemed to be a heaven for all of us with the birds, the trees and the plants and all other animals who...
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    Part 6

    A Glossy Ibis has dipped its head into water in search of food. I had a strange feeling that it “talks” while it is putting its head into the water.
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    Part 5

    My guide pointed my attention to a Redshank which was walking with its beak dipped into water.
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    Part 4

    These ‘illiterate’ people can now tell the complicated and long names of all the native and migratory birds in a single breadth. A Black-tailed Godwit is searching for food in the mud with its beak...
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    Part 3

    The circle of my life became a bit broader. One day I surpassed the boundary of my village, district and state to visit Mangalajodi of Orissa which hosts one of the largest fresh water lake of our...
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    Part 2

    Then I grew up. The age-old rhythm of the simple village life was greatly disturbed by the open market policy and globalization. Many of our neighbours of the village moved towards the bigger cities...
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    Who are those that whisper?

    When I was very young I came in touch with a very flamboyant teacher in our home. He was our private tutor and was the only private tutor we had all throughout my childhood days and he used to help...
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    Mountain Imperial Pigeon

    Mountain Imperial Pigeon from Manas NP in 2017.
    Canon EOS 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod
    ISO 400, 1/640, f 5.6
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    Rare bird. Several record from North-East also...

    Rare bird. Several record from North-East also this year. Superb shot. TFS
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    Indian Peafowl from Manas

    Many years ago in Manas...
    Canon EOS 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod
    ISO 400, 1/400, f 7.1, EC 0, full frame
    March, 2016
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    @ Mrudul ji, Naukuchiatal is a good birding...

    @ Mrudul ji, Naukuchiatal is a good birding place. We had a plan to visit Binsar WLS. Reached Nainital on 18th Oct afternoon amidst heavy rain and landslide. We canceled to proceed further towards...
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    Blue-winged Minla

    Pair of Blue-winged Minla from Naukuchiatal, Uttarakhand.
    Canon EOS 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod
    ISO 200, 1/400, f4, Full frame
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    Blue-throated Barbet

    Our village has a good population of papaya trees and Blue-throated barbet are also very common through out the year. Specially this colorful bird easily grab our attention while enjoying ripe papaya...
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    Thank you all:) Sabyasachi da, I was on gipsy...

    Thank you all:)
    Sabyasachi da, I was on gipsy and a group of student were with me. there was no chance to move.
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    Yellow throated Marten

    A Yellow throated Marten on silk cotton tree. They often feed on nectar of silk cotton flower in spring. Photographed in Manas NP, 2016. You may also read my latest article about Rhino of Manas in...
  24. Originally written in Bengali by Samrat Sarkar...

    Originally written in Bengali by Samrat Sarkar
    Translation into English by Bishwajit Debnath
    Photography - Samrat Sarkar
    Equipment used - Canon EOS 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod and Olympus OMD...
  25. Part 12

    Today most of the large river dams in all over the world are a flop. The benefits that the river dams have brought to us are in most cases much less than the damages that they have inflicted to the...
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