2019-02-12. Dibyendu Ash: Temminck's Stint, Ruddy Turnstone, Great Knot, Common Redshank, Common Sandpiper, Terek Sandpiper, Garganey, Wood Sandpiper, Green Sandpiper, Green Sandpiper, Common Greenshank.
Askar Isabekov: bird in link looks like Ashy Prinia
is this lesser whitethroat: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10213919291479665&set=a.3456149005715&type=3&theater
Elena Shnayder: Thanks!
Dibyendu Ash: Surely a Golden-fronted LB. In north-east Indian ssp. the amount of orange in the forecrown is more and in southern Indian nominate race it is less in contrast.
Elena Shnayder: I'd like to have some comments about my ID of this bird. I decided that's C.aurifrons based only on a bluish wash on the shoulders and a glimpse of gold on a forehead that is mostly out of sight. Are there other reliable features? Maybe a shape and a [....]
Elena Shnayder: I'm not 100% sure I made a correct ID of the species. Because of a very pale (pinkish) bill-tip, I have a doubt.
subramanya bhat: Is this bird in related with yaksha devathe?
Askar Isabekov: Malabar Whistling Thrush?
Amal: Study about common birds
Ahdrew Bazdyrev: Очень уж мощные клюв и ноги для индийской камышевки - скорее кто-то из тростниковых.
Sergey L. Volkov: Muscicapa sibirica: small bill, spotted breast.
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
Eravikulam National Park. Munnar, Kerala.
© Garg Sudhir
Mangalsar Dam ( Mansarover) Tehla Village, Alwar Dist, Rajasthan, India