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Rainbow Bee-eater with Blue-spotted Hawker in its beak
I do not know why... Here in India too I see Bee eaters mostly on Electric wires where they mostly landed... otherwise flying high...!!
They are some sort of elongated tail feathers, called a streamer. This Male is supposed to have two
What is the long tail on the end of the squared off tail feathers? Is it like a rudder on a ship? Amazing picture.
Unique spotting....! Perfect timing....
Spotted on Sep 5, 2011 Submitted on Sep 5, 2011