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Four ... fabulous ... fiery ... flitting
species ... at a bird bath in Himalayas ...
Once ...
There was a lovely
bird bath ...
... kept at the
forest-edge ... at
6500 feet in pristine
Himalayan locale ...
... there
was lull on the
bird-bath for most
of the day ...
however ...
... at quarter to four
Then ...
it all changed ...
albeit ... briefly
There was storm at the
Hammam ... seven
species of small ...
... hyperactive birds
descended ... three of
them rather less
frequently sighted ...
It all lasted for
barely three and a
half minutes ...
More individual and
group images of
the event will follow ...
Some of the action
may be
enjoyed in this
video-clip presented at
a slower pace ...
__________
1. Black-chinned Babbler
(Stachyridopsis pyrrhops)
2. Grey-hooded Warbler
(Phylloscopus xanthoschistos)
3. Oriental White-eye
(Zosterops palpebrosus)
4. Green-backed Tit
( Parus monticolus )
Dist. Almora
Alt. 6500 ft.
Uttarakhand Himalayas
India
Habitat
Forest-edge in Himalayas, Altitude 6500 feet
Location
Ranikhet, Almora, Uttarakhand Himalayas, India
Date taken
18.10.2018
Scientific name
Stachyridopsis pyrrhops, Phylloscopus xanthoschistos, Parus monticolus, Zosterops palpebrosus
superb video, Renu and Alok, wonderful to see these four species together around the bath, awesome work, many tfs!!
 
Supporter
Wonderful video! First time seeing a Black-chinned Babbler out in the open!
 
Staff member
Opus Editor
Supporter
Gosh!! You had lots of birds in that one Alok!!

A super video my friend... many thanks lad.
 

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