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White Bellied Drongo
Spotted this beautiful bird at The Todgarh Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary in Rajasthan, India.

From Wikipedia: These are aggressive at the nest and will fight off potential threats to the nest, much larger than themselves.When mobbing they have been observed to imitate the alarm calls of squirrels or the mewing of a cat and is known to join to mixed-species foraging flocks.
Dry Deciduous Forest
Todgarh Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary
Date taken
16 December 2014
Scientific name
Dicrurus caerulescens
Equipment used
Nikon D800, 80-400G
Staff member
Opus Editor
What a lovely picture this is Paramvir. A species we don't see coming in here very often, which is such a shame.

Thanks very much for sharing this one with us.

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