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2.1K views, 74 likes, 10 loves, 25 comments, 40 shares, Facebook Watch Videos from Alok Tewari:

Spotted Forktail
( Enicurus maculatus )
... on a Himalayan
river-bed ...
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Dist. Nainital
Alt. 5000 ft plus
Dist. Almora
Uttarakhand
India
Habitat
Himalayan River, Altitude 4500 feet
Location
River Shipra, District Nainital, Uttarakhand Himalayas, India
Date taken
18.10.2016
Scientific name
Enicurus maculatus
a fabulous bird and a marvelous video, Renu and Alok, that tail is really top, many tfs!!
 
Opus Editor
A very crisply patterned forktail. It has an interesting feeding technique for such a big bird; I wonder if the tail streamers don't obstruct its movement. It's shame that rubbish has even reached the Himalayas. TFS!
 
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Opus Editor
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Isn't he smart Alok!!

A terrific video you've got of him my friend. Thanks.
 

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