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    Since last three months I have been observing the behaviours of Barred Buttonquail in my village. On such a day while I was keenly watching and photographing them suddenly I explored a roosting place of Bengal Bushlark adjacent to my natural hide. In this picture you can see the preening behaviour of this cute fur ball. I also observed another fascinating behaviour and soon I will share it with you.

    Canon EOS 7D + Canon 500mm f4 IS II USM + Monopod
    ISO 250, 1/320, f5.6 EC -0.3, cropped
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    Nice low angle photograph. The fluffed feathers give it a new look . Slight noise visible on the top. Thanks for sharing.

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    Excellent documentation dada

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    Thanks a lot Mrudul ji and Sandipan.

    Noise may occurs due to crop IMO. viewers can also see my post on a interesting behaviour of Bengal Bushlark in this link.

    http://www.indiawilds.com/forums/showthread.php?17788

    samrat

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    Cute fellow. There seems to be some sharpening artifacts. Was it a bit far? What is the dark background? some fallen leaves? Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi

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