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ctiwari911 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ctiwari911 Rajasthan, India5 years ago

i d please anybody i can't identify the raptor i have spotted yet please help its too long ...

ctiwari911 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ctiwari911 Rajasthan, India5 years ago

can anybody help to identify this one please anyone here ......

ctiwari911 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ctiwari911 Kota, Rajasthan, India6 years ago

thnx doren but still confused oriental or crested looks more similar to oriental buzzard

ctiwari911 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ctiwari911 Kota, Rajasthan, India6 years ago

i have no idea which specie is this please help me to know which specie i have spotted

ctiwari911 Common Tiger & blue tiger
Common Tiger & blue tiger commented on by ctiwari911 Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India7 years ago

thanks all here for comments

ctiwari911 Pied Kingfisher
Pied Kingfisher commented on by ctiwari911 Rajasthan, India7 years ago

thanks seema and javagal

ctiwari911 Plum-headed Parakeet
Plum-headed Parakeet commented on by ctiwari911 Rajasthan, India8 years ago

male and female plum headed parakeets

ctiwari911 Bengal tiger
Bengal tiger commented on by ctiwari911 Madhya Pradesh, India8 years ago

when we went for survey inside the park, at Kanha Valley a group of Bison just passed in front of us, when we travelled 2 km more we saw a male and female barking deer and it was a unusual sighting as they are very shy animals. After some distance we saw one elephant that was busy eating grass. When we were about to cross the valley we saw a tiger coming from the opposite side, he was very big in size and his belly was looking fat, which meant that he had hunted and eaten his prey just few hours before. Half of his body was covered with mud and he was walking straight towards us. We kept moving backwards till he disappeared into dense forest on the side of the road. During these five minutes there was not a single noise in the jungle except that of shutter of my camera. It was an experience, which I will remember for my whole life.

ctiwari911 Bengal tiger
Bengal tiger commented on by ctiwari911 Madhya Pradesh, India8 years ago

thnx

ctiwari911 Plum-headed Parakeet
Plum-headed Parakeet commented on by ctiwari911 Uttarakhand, India8 years ago

this parrot is really nice