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Black Ibis

Pseudibis papillosa

© Dr.Jayaprakash V | 2013-01-20 | Ambasamudram

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2021-06-12. Dr.Jayaprakash V: Black Drongo.

2021-05-20. Dr.Jayaprakash V: Ashy Prinia.

2021-05-13. Dr.Jayaprakash V: White-Throated Kingfisher.

2021-05-01. Dr.Jayaprakash V: Asian Koel.

2021-04-30. Dr.Jayaprakash V: White-Browed Bulbul.

2021-04-26. Dr.Jayaprakash V: Purple-Rumped Sunbird.

2021-04-16. Dr.Jayaprakash V: Indian Roller.

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recent comments

2021-03-02. to photo # 00060022801 (White-Throated Kingfisher)

Vladilen: Beautiful

2021-02-14. to photo # 00100001201 (Black-Hooded Oriole)

Ram Krishnan: Thank you. much appreciated.

2021-02-14. to photo # 00100001201 (Black-Hooded Oriole)

Askar Isabekov: Dear Ram, I separated your series, please correct date and move the red marker to point of taking photos of each your series.

2021-02-01. to photo # 00010085203 (Blue-Tailed Bee-Eater)

Jeby: I found this bee eater in my place Kumily idukki

2021-01-27. to photo # 00060012401 (Eurasian Buzzard)

Askar Isabekov: This birds is not White-Eyed Buzzard, because adult White-Eyed Buzzards have pale eyes but don't have streaked underparts (photo), juvenile ones have dark eyes (photo). This bird is fist winter Common Buzzard (sample).

2021-01-27. to photo # 00060021301 (Brahminy Starling)

伊莎贝尔科夫阿斯卡尔: This bird is Chestnut-Tailed Starling. Brahminy Starling in all plumages has dark cap in head.

2020-09-06. to photo # 00060002601 (Jerdon's Bushlark)

Dr.Jayaprakash V: Thank you, Ashik! You could very well be correct!Regards,Jp

2020-09-06. to photo # 00060002601 (Jerdon's Bushlark)

Ashik: This is jerdon's bushlark for sure

2020-09-01. to photo # 00060009001 (Indian Courser)

Dr.Jayaprakash V: Awfully sorry! I am still feeling my way around this site! Since there is no PM facility, I missed your note.I shall be more careful in posting my images from now on..Jp

2020-09-01. to photo # 00060002601 (Jerdon's Bushlark)

Dr.Jayaprakash V: Thanks Pavel, for the input. Going by the distribution, Indian Bush lark is seen in north-western, central and south-central India while this bird was photographed in South India. I am wondering if this is the female of Ashy_crowned Sparrow Lark..Jp [....]

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rare birds records

Nilgiri (Scaly) Thrush (Zoothera dauma neilgherriensis)

© Askar Isabekov
Eravikulam National Park. Munnar, Kerala.

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recent video

2020-04-14. Hoopoe (Dr.Jayaprakash V).

2020-04-10. Indian Silverbill (Dr.Jayaprakash V).

2020-03-30. Large Grey Babbler (Dr.Jayaprakash V).

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unidentified birds

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