2018-07-26. Dhairya Dixit: Merlin, Saker Falcon, Lesser Kestrel, Red-necked Falcon, Amur Falcon, Eurasian Hobby, Barbary Falcon, Short-toed Eagle, Pallid Harrier, Pallid Harrier, Montagu's Harrier, White-tailed Eagle.
2017-12-28. Askar Isabekov: Asian Koel.
2017-12-26. Askar Isabekov: Woolly-Necked Stork, Black Drongo, Asian Openbill, Indian Paradise Flycatcher, Shikra, Black-Headed Ibis, Booted Eagle, Common Sandpiper, Indian Pond Heron, Little Stint, Wood Sandpiper, Little Ringed Plover, Temminck's Stint, Yellow Wagtail, Spotted Dove, Purple Heron, Crested Honey Buzzard, Purple-Rumped Sunbird, White-Throated Kingfisher, White Wagtail, White-Browed Wagtail, Red-Vented Bulbul, Common Kingfisher, Red-Wattled Lapwing, Blue-Tailed Bee-Eater.
2017-12-25. Askar Isabekov: Common Kingfisher, Wood Sandpiper, Pied Kingfisher, Ashy Woodswallow, River Tern, Little Stint, Oriental Skylark, Woolly-Necked Stork, Little Ringed Plover, Rosy Starling, Whiskered Tern.
2017-12-24. Askar Isabekov: Asian Openbill, Barn Swallow, Black-Headed Ibis, Blue-Tailed Bee-Eater, Brahminy Kite, Grey Wagtail, Hoopoe, Red-Wattled Lapwing, Grey-Headed Swamphen, Little Cormorant, Cattle Egret, Intermediate Egret, Indian Pond Heron, Little Egret, Jungle Myna, Rufous Treepie, Purple Heron.
Dhairya: Hi, thanks a lot for detailed explanation. I will point out that in rishad book, subspecies mentioned are f. C. Insignis and f. C. Pallidus. There is nothing mentioning about f. C. Lymani. Thanks for the help mate. Can you send some photo about merlin [....]
Askar Isabekov: The following is just my attempt to deep to theme. Firstly I looked the Merlin's page in avibase site, and tried to select the subspecies of eight ones which can be observed in India in winter time. I selected four subspecies from which aesalon and insignis [....]
Dhairya Dixit: Please suggest subspecies for all 3 different birds, thank you
Suresh Babu: We would like to know more about birds club and its activities and members
demina silva: it is a large billed crow
Askar Isabekov: Thanks Sergey!
Sergey L. Volkov: 13. Yeah, this is Funambulus palmarum.
Askar Isabekov: in 2nd and 3rd photos together with Brahminy Kite
Askar Isabekov: I saw how this Kingfisher caught the fish, then more than 20 minutes bird was static, probably it was waiting when the large fish die.
Askar Isabekov: two Darters were soaring above the city like eagles
Andrey Kovalenko: Это не orinus случайно...? Слишком крупный клюв.
Askar Isabekov: In 2nd photo there are Little (in top) and Indian (bottom) Cormorants. Little one is not so little.
Askar Isabekov: thanx! corrected
Askar Isabekov: top-left bird is Garganey
Sergey L. Volkov: Askar, no. 17 is not signed. Haliastur indus, Brahminy Kite.
Askar Isabekov: There are 4 or 5 different birds in series, all of them have almost pure grey mantle with a bit of rufous close tu rump
Andrew Simon: Sergey, I am sorry, but I have no other photoes. That is all.
Askar Isabekov: This Indian Pond Heron is in breeding plumage in the end of November.
Askar Isabekov: Thanks, Sanjik!
Askar Isabekov: Thanks!
© Askar Isabekov
Eravikulam National Park. Munnar, Kerala.
© Garg Sudhir
Mangalsar Dam ( Mansarover) Tehla Village, Alwar Dist, Rajasthan, India