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Oriental White-eye and Indian Coral Tree

Zosterops palpebrosus on Erythrina variegata


Oriental White-eyes are small passerine birds that live in groups. They forage together for nectar and little insects. They call constantly as they forage, a soft cheerful nasal tweet. The Indian Coral Tree is a thorny deciduous tree that blooms in February-March. The flowers attract a lot of birds. The tree sheds all its leaves when it flowers.

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MayraSpringmann 4 years ago

Só cute!!!

Radha 4 years ago

@Reza, @EnvUnlimited, @ceherzog, @Alice -- thank you!

alicelongmartin 4 years ago

A beauty! The tree puts its all into the blooms.

ceherzog 4 years ago

Wonderful shot Radha!

Lovely !

Radha 4 years ago

@Sachin, @stormrisers8883 -- thank you!

Sachin Zaveri
Sachin Zaveri 4 years ago


Radha 4 years ago

@Neil -- Thank you :)

Radha 4 years ago

@Frederic -- thank you, glad you like them :)

Neil Ross
Neil Ross 4 years ago

Now that is an awesome photo. Beautiful composition and clarity. It's nice when nature behaves itself and cooperates so you can get a great pic. Well spotted, Radha.

Frederic Ansermoz
Frederic Ansermoz 4 years ago

You have a great photos collection

Radha 4 years ago

@Tiz -- It is a very beautiful bird indeed.. Very zen-like :)

Tiz 4 years ago

Very beautiful with the white details around the eyes!

Karnataka, India

Lat: 12.80, Long: 77.51

Spotted on Mar 13, 2011
Submitted on Aug 16, 2013

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