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I am a very enthusiastic bird watcher and photographer. I will do all I can to make this world a better place for birds! :)
Kolkata, West Bengal
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Thank you Argy, did not come across your comment all these days, sorry!
In Rajarhat besides small water bodies!
The small white patch beside the beak is the key identifying feature while distinguishing Black Drongo from others! Look for it in future :)
Thank you Ava :)
On having a closer look after zooming, I find that none of the males have red patches on the shoulders. So would suggest them to be Rose-ringed Parakeets!
I have got a lot better this time. Shall I post them as new spotting or post and update this one? Suggestion needed!
Thank you Leuba :) I have no clue on what they might be. They have distinguishable leaves, stem etc.. and were infact hanging upto 1m in length.
Never knew about Tambopata.. looks like a dream place to visit! Thanks for the notes :)
Yeah, this is a Red Whiskered Bulbul... But in Assam they are a lot less puffy than the one in this picture! It must be very cold there!