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    Rhino of Manas

    Rhino from Manas. Photographed in February, 2020.
    Olympus OMD EM1 + Zuiko 12-40 pro
    ISO 200, 1/100, f4.5, full frame,
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    Bengal Florican

    Captured in Manas.
    Canon EOS 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod
    ISO 800, 1/2500, f 4.5, small crop
    Do read my latest article on this bird in Natural History Section....
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    Part 9

    There is a sketch of a couple of this bird in the book of Sir Hume as well. A male bird is sitting somewhere and a female bird with its shoulder stooped downwards closing in towards the male bird. It...
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    Part 8

    But even after this much of manoeuvre if the nearby female does not respond then it will again fly off in the sky and will try to impress the females with more enthusiasm. These flights of flying...
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    Part 7

    Its ascending flight looks like an ascending parachute. It stretches its two white wings and directly comes down to its own place in the ground.
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    Part 6

    Then they fold their knees and fly off in the sky screaming and fluttering their wings. A male jumps upto about thirty feet above the ground in a single flight . It keeps its feathers around its...
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    Part 5

    Nobody knows when and from which place of this grassland it will fly off like a rocket. From March to June is their mating season. The males are polygamous while the females are generally monogamous....
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    Part 4

    At present the Manas National Park is an important habitat of the Bengal Floricans. To the Assamese people, they are better known as the “Ulu Moura”. “Ulu” is the name of a particular type of grass...
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    Part 3

    Since then a lot of water have passed through the Ganges and the Bramhaputra. The British have left India. The human settlements have increased in an uncontrolled manner along the sides of the large...
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    part 2

    In the middle of the british rule in India at the end of the eighteenth century the British officers used to move around every corners of the country and they regularly briefed Sir A. Hume at his...
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    Not more than five hundred

    There was a time when on the vast grassland starting from Hastinapur in the west along the left bank of the river Ganges upto the Mishmi mountain ranges in the Arunachal Pradesh in the east there...
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    Malayan Giant Squirrel

    Jungles have many untold stories. Manas also have stories. Here two Malayan giant squirrel are following each other during courtship.
    ISO 800, 1/3200, f4, -0.3, almost full frame
    Canon 7D + Canon...
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    Rat snake with catch

    Rat snake is trying to catch frog a frog nereby a stream in my village. Experts may clear the ID of this frog. Is it Indus valley bullfrog?
    Olympus OMD EM1 + Zuiko 12-40mm PRO
    ISO 200, 1/320, f8,...
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    Thanks Shankar ji. Mrudul ji, night birding in...

    Thanks Shankar ji.
    Mrudul ji, night birding in Namdapha is an awesome experience. We are waiting for mountain scops owl. And heard a some noise in nereby tree. My friend Binanda lit the torch...
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    I like the expression of both. A mother holding...

    I like the expression of both. A mother holding tight her baby.
    Samrat
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    Beautifully exposed against light. Never seen a...

    Beautifully exposed against light. Never seen a leopard from so close. TFS
    Samrat
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    Red giant flying Squirrel

    From Namadapha, Arunachal.
    December, 2019
    Canon 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod + LED torch
    ISO 6400, 1/800, f4, EC -2, full frame
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    Good to know that you have visited Mangalajodi....

    Good to know that you have visited Mangalajodi. How was the trip. Awesome image. Light was good. This is Little Stint in my opinion. Look forward to more.
    Samrat
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    Thank you Sakti da. Yes, also good luck for black...

    Thank you Sakti da. Yes, also good luck for black panther too. Panther was seen by me various time in manas but I have no presentable image of the same. Hope this time I'll be lucky enough. ...
  20. Superb capture Sabyasachi da. Amazing natural...

    Superb capture Sabyasachi da. Amazing natural history moment. TFS
    Samrat
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    I always feel that North-east is good for...

    I always feel that North-east is good for wildlife watching, not for photography. Although I have tried a lot to photograph wildlife. The langurs were in a group of 7 to 10. They are very very shy....
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    Golden Langur

    Golden Langur from outskirts of Manas. An old image from my archive.
    Canon 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod
    ISO 500, 1/1250, f4 full frame
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    Lesser Rufous-headed Parrotbill

    Had a short visit to Namdapha. Managed to cover only 20 KM of Miao Bijaynagar Road from Deban camp.
    Canon 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod
    ISO 3200, 1/4000, f4, EC -1 step, cropped
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    Nice shot. This is Streaked Laughingthrush...

    Nice shot. This is Streaked Laughingthrush (Garrulax libraries). Very common in Uttarakhand. TFS.
    Samrat
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    @ Mrudulji It is my mistake. Exif is - ISO...

    @ Mrudulji It is my mistake.
    Exif is - ISO 1000, f4.5, 1/160, EC +0.30, cropped for vertical compo. Thanks for your comment.
    Samrat
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