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Greater Adjutant showing neck pouch & breeding color : Amazing Wildlife by Renu Tewari & Alok Tewari (Leptoptilos dubius)

Globally Threatened
and
Endangered species
Only 800-1200 individuals left ( October 2016 estimate )
Huge bird ... about 5 feet tall ... and a wingspan of
up to 9 feet ...

Captured in Delhi ...
... that is the
westernmost point
of their post
breeding season
dispersal ...

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Greater Adjutant
Delhi : India
Habitat
Open Forest and waterbody.
Location
New Delhi, India
Date taken
18.09.2015
Scientific name
Leptoptilos dubius
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Congrats guys! This image appears to be the first one in the Gallery's history and a great video Renu & Alok!
 
great video of this impressive stork keeping a close eye on you, Renu and Alok, a pleasure to see, many tfs!!
 

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