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    Hi Sabyasachi, We spotted between 25-30 mating...

    Hi Sabyasachi,
    We spotted between 25-30 mating pairs in the waters.
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    Mating Olive Ridleys

    Had been to Rushikulya during my trip to Odisha in December. We had liaised with the DFO for the region and accompanied the team on a patrol speed boat and subsequently a trawler in the waters upto...
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    Thanks Samrat. You are right about the ID....

    Thanks Samrat. You are right about the ID. Painted Snipe (male) it is.

    Mrudul,
    Saw way lesser no of birds than I had the last time I had been there. Maybe in Jan there might be more migrants.
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    Thanks. You are right about the ID. Painted Snipe...

    Thanks. You are right about the ID. Painted Snipe (male) it is.

    Mridul,
    Saw way lesser no of birds than I had the last time I had been there. Maybe in Jan there might be more migrants.
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    Painted Snipe (male)

    Common Snipe from Mangalajodi Odisha (Dec 2015)

    Canon EOS 7D, 420mm
    SS 1/320 (+0.3 EC)
    f/5.6
    ISO 400

    Full Frame image. Critiques welcome.
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    Pallid Harrier (f)

    Posting after a long Hiatus.

    Pallid Harrier (female) clicked near Hesarghatta.

    Canon EOS 7D, 300mm f/4L IS USM + 1.4x TC
    SS 1/200 (-0.3 EC)
    f/7.1
    ISO 800

    Full frame image.
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    Hi Sabyasachi, this was photographed in the shade...

    Hi Sabyasachi, this was photographed in the shade around 9am. Took a bus to madgaon and a cab from there. Considering how my car had got broken into there a few years back I wasn't too keen on...
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    Malabar Pit Viper | Chorla Ghats | Goa

    Malabar Pit Viper (Brown Morph) | Chorla Ghats
    In summers, Pit Vipers usually move to the canopy 20m up. But one of the naturalists found this guy pretty close by and showed us in the Wildernest...
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    Lovely. I remember this morning and the cold...

    Lovely. I remember this morning and the cold effervescence from the lake surface with the golden sunlight peering through. :)
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Nice. I like the habitat portrayed in this. A bit...

    Nice. I like the habitat portrayed in this. A bit narrower aperture would have ensured the roots on the right be in focus as well.
    Thanks for sharing.
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    True. One can see a lot of beer bottles etc also...

    True. One can see a lot of beer bottles etc also littered about.

    PS: The birds behind the perched swallows are mostly Northern Pintails.
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    Littering in a waterfowl habitat

    An unfortunate yet common sight at the Hesarghatta Lake near Bangalore.

    Canon EOS 5D Mark III, 420mm
    1/640
    f/13
    ISO 400

    Full Frame image.
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    Thanks everyone. Sabyasachi, my laptop display...

    Thanks everyone.
    Sabyasachi, my laptop display has been decaying so to speak.
    Just picked up a new monitor last week. Need to start using it post calibration.
    Mrudul, this is a cropped image.
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    Bay Backed Shrike (Imm?)

    Clicked in Hesarghatta. Looked to me like a Bay Backed Shrike. Immature maybe?

    Canon EOS 7D, 420mm
    SS 1/3200
    F/5.6
    ISO 400

    Was expecting to take a few take off shots of the bird, hence the...
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    All those activities were in the lake area which...

    All those activities were in the lake area which is currently underwater. So that solved a lot of the mud issues. Cattle do still graze around the lakeside.

    I have not seen cattle in the new...
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    Lovely. Would have been better if the bird were...

    Lovely. Would have been better if the bird were in the left half of the frame. Sharp. Thanks for sharing.
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    Hi Sucheth, This is a cropped image. 30% crop

    Hi Sucheth,
    This is a cropped image. 30% crop
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    I agree this doesn't really belong in the...

    I agree this doesn't really belong in the landscape section but then again, not in the birds too I felt.
    Time for a habitats section? :)
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    Kestrel scape

    Having seen way too many images of mugshots of birds/animals these days on forums and social media, have started loving images with the subjects in their habitats even more.

    Canon EOS 7D, 420mm,...
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    Pallid Harrier (female)

    A Pallid Harrier (female) with a grasshopper catch from the Nrityagrama grasslands in Hesarghatta. The original lake bed has transformed into an amazing waterfowl habitat with species like Northern...
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    Yes Mrudul, this was clicked in the early morning...

    Yes Mrudul, this was clicked in the early morning of 26th Jan.
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    Kestrel Female

    A common species but one of my favourite raptors, the Kestrel.
    This is a female that I found in the outskirts of Bangalore. They are commonly seen in grasslands and are a winter migrant in the...
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    We (Sucheth and I) first spotted it when it was...

    We (Sucheth and I) first spotted it when it was hovering. No images though.
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    The Face on the Wall

    With the thick bushy unibrow and the tuft of hair on his lip, he looked like Chaplin without his hat. He slowly emerged from the fog taking care not to scare the birds away. The water was cold and...
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    Kestrel on a Hunt

    Shot in the outskirts of Bangalore somewhere near Hesarghatta.

    Canon EOS 7D, 420mm
    SS 1/1600
    f/5.6
    ISO 400

    Cropped from bottom for composition. Comments and critiques welcome.
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