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Yellow-Billed Babbler

Turdoides affinis ()

© Askar Isabekov


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author: Askar Isabekov
location: Sreemoolanagaram, Kerala
date: 2017-10-22
equipment: Canon EOS550D + Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM


comments:
2017-10-23. Askar Isabekov:

The new species for me. Firstly I think it'd Jungle Babbler then found info that its Yellow-billed of White-headed Babbler. Last name is better to me.


2017-10-23. Gennadiy Dyakin:

I congratulate! Is this your first lifer for this trip?


2017-10-23. Oleg Belyalov:

Askar, now I doubt which bird I saw on February 5, 2012 in Goa. Look, maybe it's not a Jungle Babbler and a Yellow-billed Babbler


2017-10-23. Askar Isabekov:

Thanks, Gena. During last four days I have 10 lifers (can view in my personal page):

1. Brahminy Kite (2017-10-21)
2. Blue-tailed Bee-eater (2017-10-21)
3. Black-hooded Oriole (2017-10-21)
4. Oriental Honey-buzzard (2017-10-21)
5. Greater Racket-tailed Drongo (2017-10-21)
6. Booted Eagle (2017-10-22)
7. Jungle Myna (2017-10-22)
8. Barn Swallow (2017-10-22)
9. Yellow-billed Babbler (2017-10-22)
10. White-cheecked Barbet (not uploaded)

half of them are our local species in wintering season.


2017-10-24. Gennadiy Dyakin:

Askar, I saw the majority of these birds, therefore I thought you saw them too.


2017-10-24. Gennadiy Dyakin:

Askar, how the Barn Swallow can be a laifer for you if it is a common bird in Kazakhstan?


2017-10-25. Askar Isabekov:

Means new birds in my Indian list of birds



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