Dark grey topside and flanks, white breast and face. Underside of the tail is reddish-brown. The beak is yellowish; exceptionally elongated toes.
Urban residential area. It crossed the road right in front of me and then stuck around for a while before flying up to a wall and disappearing into the garden enclosed.
Wikipedia, The naturalist writer Eha humorously describes the call of this species: "It began with loud harsh roars which might have been elicited from a bear by roasting it slowly over a large fire, then suddenly changed to a clear note repeated like the coo of a dove."
Lat: 22.57, Long: 88.36
Spotted on Nov 21, 2018
Submitted on Nov 21, 2018