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Thread: Brown Parrotbill_Batasia_near Singalila NP

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    Default Brown Parrotbill_Batasia_near Singalila NP

    I have started exploring some remote places in Eastern Himalaya, from West Bengal to Arunachal..to understand people, to understand village life...to see wilderness..to understand the relationship between people and wildlife..

    You can read some of my articles on this topic in Natural history and wilderness update section in this forum...

    This shy and secretive bird was photographed in end of January in Batasia forest village (2300 mtr) under Tonglu range, Darjeeling Division....near Singalila NP. I'll share my experiences soon in Natural History section...

    Rhododendron has started blooming there...wish to be there in another forest village in April...

    Canon EOS 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod
    ISO 800, 1/2000, f4, small crop.


    You can also read my previous article on interesting feeding behaviour of Asian koel which helps the farmers..in this link
    http://www.indiawilds.com/forums/sho...ng-the-farmers
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    Oh wow! This is gorgeous! Great spotting!

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    A Rare shot....great job dada

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    Nice Job Samrat, We got opportunities to see some rare species. Thanks for sharing

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    Thanks a lot Paramvir ji, Sandipan, Mangru ji for your words...

    samrat

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    Respected viewers

    You can read my full trip report on Batasia in Wilderness update section. Here is the link
    http://www.indiawilds.com/forums/sho...illage_Batasia

    Samrat

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    You are blessed to sight and photograph a rare and shy bird. In fact I am seeing it for 1st time through your lens. Thanks for sharing

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