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Saturday, February 28, 2015

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 I captured the hoopoe hurriedly pecking with his long sharp bill at mid morning, yesterday. I spotted him from the window and cautiously went out and clicked.


Late afternoon click of the trio of mynas on a mildly hazy day during a walk at some distance from home, about a fortnight back.






















The singleton pigeon seems to be contemplating the next move perched on the transmission lines in front of our house.


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17 comments:

  1. I would love to see all of these birds. The Hoopoe is really neat looking.. Great sightings! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post.. Have a happy weekend!

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  2. Nice Click. Some common sights can also give reasons to share. You only need to keep your mind open.

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  3. These Pictures are truly soothing to the eyes.... Great Work!

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  4. Hari OM
    Funsters looking to wiggle the weekend! YAM xx

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  5. Love the Hoopoe's distinctive crown.

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  6. ooh, the hoopoe's shot is awesome.
    The mynas and pigeon shots are lovely too.

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  7. Lovely capture of the Hoopoe, Uppalji :)

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  8. I would LOVE to see a Hoopoe in real life!!!
    Great images of beautiful birds.

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  9. Well taken, great shots all. :)

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  10. Lovely birds, especially the hoopoe.

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  11. Great birdphotos, lovely details!
    My birdpost at: https://hanshb.wordpress.com/

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  12. nice captures, liked the trio one.

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  13. Nice! Would love to see the hoopoe in the near future.

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  14. Thank you for sharing these very enjoyable bird photos. The Hoopoe is amazing! I hope I get to see one some day.

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  15. Wonderful shots that you have shared.

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  16. I have seen the hoopoe once, from far away. It flew up and was gone. Love to see it.

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