The last time I visited Chennai was when I was 5, so after a couple of decades I was all set to explore and create memories for a lifetime.
One of the most common of the bulbuls in the regions. With a red ear patch, a red tail covert and pointed black crest. The Red Whiskered Bulbul feeds on fruits and insects
I find my self so fortunate to see such birds nearly every single day in the vicinity of my residence.. Found this one seated on the mango tree. Not quite sure about what species of bird it is though.
However if anyone has come across this one could leave a comment and let me know..
Captured this one a couple of days back. Commonly known as The Indian Paradise Flycatcher is a medium-sized passerine bird native to Asia.
As seen in the pictures below their heads are glossy black with a black crown and crest, their black bill round and sturdy, their eyes black. Female are Rufus on the back with a grayish throat and underparts. They have a long tail feathers with two central tail feathers Continue reading “Indian paradise flycatcher”
As I walked the streets of Panjim in Goa, I came across windows which caught my attention.. Continue reading “Perception”