2021-08-01. Dr.Jayaprakash V: Large Grey Babbler.
2021-07-17. Dr.Jayaprakash V: Oriental Skylark.
2021-06-28. Dr.Jayaprakash V: Indian Robin.
2021-06-12. Dr.Jayaprakash V: Black Drongo.
2021-05-20. Dr.Jayaprakash V: Ashy Prinia.
2021-05-19. DEBASISH MUKHERJEE: Malabar Pied-Hornbill.
2021-05-13. Dr.Jayaprakash V: White-Throated Kingfisher.
2021-05-12. DEBASISH MUKHERJEE: Common Kingfisher.
2021-05-01. Dr.Jayaprakash V: Asian Koel.
2021-04-25. DEBASISH MUKHERJEE: Spotted Owlet.
2021-04-23. DEBASISH MUKHERJEE: Little Grebe.
2021-04-14. DEBASISH MUKHERJEE: Painted Stork.
2021-04-05. DEBASISH MUKHERJEE: Cinereous Tit.
2021-03-11. DEBASISH MUKHERJEE: White-bellied Blue-Flycatcher.
Ram Krishnan: Thank you. much appreciated.
Askar Isabekov: Dear Ram, I separated your series, please correct date and move the red marker to point of taking photos of each your series.
Jeby: I found this bee eater in my place Kumily idukki
Askar Isabekov: This birds is not White-Eyed Buzzard, because adult White-Eyed Buzzards have pale eyes but don't have streaked underparts (photo), juvenile ones have dark eyes (photo). This bird is fist winter Common Buzzard (sample).
伊莎贝尔科夫阿斯卡尔: This bird is Chestnut-Tailed Starling. Brahminy Starling in all plumages has dark cap in head.
DEBASISH MUKHERJEE: Thanks a lot Askar. I corrected the name.Regards
Askar Isabekov: Dear DEBASISH MUKHERJEE, it's Common Sandpiper (Actitis hypoleucos)? plese note short legs.
Dr.Jayaprakash V: Thank you, Ashik! You could very well be correct!Regards,Jp
Ashik: This is jerdon's bushlark for sure
Dr.Jayaprakash V: Awfully sorry! I am still feeling my way around this site! Since there is no PM facility, I missed your note.I shall be more careful in posting my images from now on..Jp
Dr.Jayaprakash V: Thanks Pavel, for the input. Going by the distribution, Indian Bush lark is seen in north-western, central and south-central India while this bird was photographed in South India. I am wondering if this is the female of Ashy_crowned Sparrow Lark..Jp [....]
Askar Isabekov: Thank you very much, Pavel. I absolutely agree to you, bird has vey long legs to be intermedia.
Balachandran k v: Please provide entire indian bird pictures
Pavel Parkhaev: Hi Askar! This egret looks like Ardea alba (the skinny yellowish gap goes far behind the vertical line drawn trough the midle of the eye). According to the coloration of the feet (entire black), it can be A.a.modesta - Eastern Great Egret (this subspecies, [....]
© Askar Isabekov
Eravikulam National Park. Munnar, Kerala.
© Garg Sudhir
Mangalsar Dam ( Mansarover) Tehla Village, Alwar Dist, Rajasthan, India
2020-04-14. Hoopoe (Dr.Jayaprakash V).
2020-04-10. Indian Silverbill (Dr.Jayaprakash V).
2020-03-30. Large Grey Babbler (Dr.Jayaprakash V).