Showing posts with the label Bird Photography

Brown-headed Barbet Pictures and Detail (A Fatty Green Bird with Brown Top)

Beautiful Brown-headed Barbet Brown-headed Barbet Pictures and Detail [Update 21/03/2015- Today, I got some new pictures of Brown-headed Barbet when I got the chance to spend some time with two of them. At the end of March, we can find most birds in pairs and the same is true for Brown-Headed Barbet . From the morning, I was listening to calls of Brown-Headed Barbets so I followed these calls and got some new pics. This time, it looked that Brown headed Barbet has no objection to my presence and I got some wonderful pics. I wish that this breeding season goes well for the Brown Headed-Barbet and we see a new generation of them. I was trying to get close to these birds for the last three months and today was my lucky day.] Also Check Blue-throated Barbet , Coppersmith Barbet and Great Hill Barbet  Brown-Headed Barbet from back One day, I was taking pictures of birds, then I noticed a green bird flew near me. Earlier, the only green bird I was aware of being

Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush Pictures and Detail

A Pair of Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush Birds  Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush Pictures and Detail Today, I am going talk about Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush which are one of a kind of Laughingthrush birds. These birds, mostly like to remain in isolation and in dense forests or vegetation. Therefore, they are not commonly seen.  I was lucky as I got the chance to capture some of pictures of these birds during my visit to some forest area in Himachal Pradesh.  Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush The most interesting point about these birds is that very less is known about them.  I took, the picture of group of  Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush birds when they were drinking nectar from the wild cherry flowers.  These birds, mostly found in groups and they are characterized laughing sound; therefore, they got name Laughingthrush. At present these birds are extinct from Pakistan and they are left in good numbers at other places; and, their population is in

The White Throated Kingfisher (Halcyon smyrnensis) Pictures and Detail

White-Throated Kingfisher (Halcyon smyrnensis)  The White-Throated Kingfisher In the last six months, I came across White Throated Kingfisher  more than 4 times. I found this bird mostly alone but very focused on its work. White-Throated Kingfisher remains stable at a place even if you go near it. Though its inquiries about you, it doesn't fear much like the other birds.  Buy Stickers of White Throated Kingfisher - Now you can get this beautiful White throated kingfisher as kiss cut stickers. These stickers are available in white and transparent background. The available sizes are 2x2, 3x3, 4x4 and 6x6 inches. Click to Buy Stickers of White Throated Kingfisher White-Throated Kingfisher [Update 8-2-20] It is not a hard thing to find this bird because it is widely available and I have always found a white-throated kingfisher around me and mostly, I have seen it alone. Except for particular times of the year, the white-throated Kingfisher is mostly a quiet bird and c

The Red-vented Bulbul (Pycnonotus Cafer) pictures, video and Detail

A Red-vented Bulbul Red-vented Bulbul Pictures and Detail ( Click to Tweet ) Red-vented Bulbuls  are common and mostly noisy Bulbul birds. As compared to other varieties of Bulbuls, this variety of Bulbul is more confident and aggressive. Also, check Himalayan Bulbul The scientific name of this Bulbul is Pycnonotus Cafer . These Bulbuls are invasive in nature and they have successfully established in many parts of the world and hostile environments. Download our App Beautiful Indian Birds Love Birds- Pair of  Red-vented Bulbul Red-vented Bulbuls are also social in nature and they love to live in groups. The best way to identify them is the dark red colour on the vent. It is common to see pairs of red-vented bulbul . We can identify male and female Red-vented Bulbuls through their size, colour, and hairs around the head. Male Red-vented bulbuls are bigger in size, they have sharp colours and more hairs around the head and neck. Red-vented Bulbul (Himachal Pr

Indian (House) Crow (Corvus Splendens) Pictures, My Experience with Indian Crows

Indian House Crow Indian (House) Crow (Corvus Splendens) Pictures  ( Click to Tweet ) When you live in India then it is very hard for you to ignore this bird and its name is  Indian Crow . Also, read Jungle Crow . It is also called House Crow and its scientific name is  Corvus Splendens . These black colored birds are neither beautiful nor they have a sweet voice, but we can find them everywhere. Indian House Crow It is common to hear their voices of Caw-caw when they are around. Most of the time, crows are unwanted visitors when you are feeding other birds. However, still, I love them because they are very clever birds and they help us in cleaning the environment by eating waste. Indian Crow on the Top of a Buffalo Crows are very confident birds and they are very good at adapting to the new situations; therefore, they can survive in most of the hard conditions. As I am writing this article, a crow is cawing outside my window. The disadvantage of crows is that