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  1. Good to see a mugger from Ramganga. I remember...

    Good to see a mugger from Ramganga. I remember watching gharial and muggers in a place called gairal. Have some top view shots.
  2. Great. We got to see the tail feathers. These are...

    Great. We got to see the tail feathers. These are cute birds. One can relax watching them. That is why we need to plant a lot of fruit bearing trees so that these kinds of beautiful birds can have...
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    Nice sighting. I agree with Mrudul that the red...

    Nice sighting. I agree with Mrudul that the red colour is striking. Earlier ladies used to put red paint on their legs in festive occasions. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  4. Tough scene. You got the eye contact well. It was...

    Tough scene. You got the eye contact well. It was nice that the heads of the two birds were not blocked by vegetation. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  5. This one was in shade. If some sunlight would...

    This one was in shade. If some sunlight would have fallen on the face then it would have looked nice. The eye being the dark portion would have been exposed well. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,...
  6. Guess it was a bit far from you. At times they...

    Guess it was a bit far from you. At times they are perched close to resorts and that is the best way to get them. Once I was trying to park my car in corbett and slowly walk towards them but it was...
  7. I think humans may be the most territorial animal...

    I think humans may be the most territorial animal ever to walk on this face of earth.
  8. Lovely bird. Your shutter speed was a bit low to...

    Lovely bird. Your shutter speed was a bit low to freeze the action. These birds are great dispersers of seeds and help spread various species and increase the biodiversity. Thanks for sharing.
    ...
  9. Agree with Mrudul's observations. I guess along...

    Agree with Mrudul's observations. I guess along with the crop the bird was a bit underexposed so the black portions have got more noise. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    It is nice to observe a small fawn. The mother is...

    It is nice to observe a small fawn. The mother is always alert looking for danger to avert. One can get so much joy from watching the bonding between these cute one with its mother. Thanks for...
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    I really love this one Vipin! Love this...

    I really love this one Vipin! Love this perspective. It shows the habitat well. Too often we use telephoto lenses which flatten the perspective. So this image comes as a breath of fresh air. Looks...
  12. They feast on the same food. Hornbills are...

    They feast on the same food. Hornbills are careful when they generally start nesting during feb/march. The female seals itself in the tree hole. So they won't want any one close by. A narrow aperture...
  13. It seems the focus locked behind the jackal....

    It seems the focus locked behind the jackal. These fellows don't appear to move fast but they actually move fast. If you are not quick then they would move out of your frame before you pull the...
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    Nice to see a flehmen response by a tiger. The...

    Nice to see a flehmen response by a tiger. The tree itself tells a story. How long was this sighting? Looks like light was very low. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Nice sighting. Looks like some noise attracted...

    Nice sighting. Looks like some noise attracted its attention. Its been sometime since I saw a tiger in water. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  16. Great to know that you got to see a yellow...

    Great to know that you got to see a yellow throated Marten. Many years ago I had see one at Malani before sunrise. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  17. Good to see this record shot. We don't often see...

    Good to see this record shot. We don't often see it.
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    Looks like this was a bit far. Also when the lens...

    Looks like this was a bit far. Also when the lens is pointed at the sky, you need to give a positive exposure compensation else the camera meter reading would average for the bright sky. Perhaps the...
  19. Nice information Samrat! The image looks nice...

    Nice information Samrat! The image looks nice with out of focus areas all around and eye in clear. Look forward to your observations when complete. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  20. It is a majestic bird. When you are close you can...

    It is a majestic bird. When you are close you can appreciate how big it is. It is a powerful bird as well. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  21. I agree with Mrudul. A bit wider shot would have...

    I agree with Mrudul. A bit wider shot would have been nice. Thanks for sharing.
  22. Some of the large muggers are definitely capable...

    Some of the large muggers are definitely capable of pulling down a deer however we don't often see evidence of it. Kailash Sankhala once mentions a mugger in Chambal river getting into the water to...
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    Tiger in dense tall reeds is a tough scene to...

    Tiger in dense tall reeds is a tough scene to photograph. Glad you had your moments with tiger in Corbett. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  24. In Corbett it is often frustrating to know from...

    In Corbett it is often frustrating to know from the sounds that elephants are grazing nearby in the tall elephant grass because one can't get a clear view to photograph them. However, that's how the...
  25. When you hear the sharp call of the barking deer...

    When you hear the sharp call of the barking deer in the dead of night in a forest, the impact is much more. It can shock people who have never heard it before. We had one such instance many years ago...
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