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Sunday, November 29, 2015


Parrots are a common sight here. However, you see them always in  groups and in extreme  rush as if they are on an emergent mission. When i chance to hear  their shrill squeaking sound, I look up and find a group flying, so to say, at  breakneck speed.
Yesterday, I's surprised to see this one alone and moodily relaxing on the electric wire in front of our house. I clicked it before it'd decided to sprint away.

Here is a cuckoo perched on a stone,busy in  planning the next move. Shot taken in hills during this summer.

The myna in our front yard looking down for grubs.

This bird is sighted off and on around here.While it's head, tail and lower part is black the feathers on its flanks are rust colored. Here, perched on the wall with ruffled feathers,it seems to be in a thoughtful mood. An early morning shot, when the atmosphere is hazy.

Friends,welcome here as always!


  1. Hello, what a nice variety of birds. The parrot is one of my favorites. Thank you so much for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy day and new week ahead!

  2. What a wonderful array of beautiful birds....and colors!!!
    I so enjoyed viewing your photos.

    Thank you for taking time to stop by and add your link this weekend at I'd Rather B Birdin'

  3. Superb capture on the birds in solo! It’s rare to get see parrots perched alone and when we were residing in an apartment couple of years back, parrots used to visit a berry tree in front of the home. They do acrobats in the tree by going upside-down in the enthusiasm of eating the berries.