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  1. Asian Koel Vs Brown-headed Barbet : at Balcony Water-bowl : Amazing wildlife of India by Renu Tewari and Alok Tewari

    Asian Koel Vs Brown-headed Barbet : at Balcony Water-bowl : Amazing wildlife of India by Renu Tewari and Alok Tewari

    1.7K views, 69 likes, 10 loves, 17 comments, 31 shares, Facebook Watch Videos from Alok Tewari: A glimpse of Urban Biodiversity ... Viewed from bedroom window 30+ species of birds visit the water bowl that we have kept at our bed-room balcony ... ... through the course of a year ... Here they...
  2. Chilling Out

    Chilling Out

    The first Black Redstart I met this season. They really love to find the highest perch available and sing their almost metallic song for everyone to hear so it was nice to find this one just chilling on the bench. I've read they came from Alps in the end of 19th century and have adapted to urban...
  3. Goldfinch brigthtens my day

    Goldfinch brigthtens my day

    Hope you don't mind a little color correction I did here to highlight the bird... I really like the symbolism of this picture: the appearence of the bird brigtens up otherwise dull and monotonous day.
  4. Backyard Goldfinch

    Backyard Goldfinch

    This year there are many goldfinches in my backyard, usually they are sitting high on larch or pine trees but sometimes I'm lucky to see them close enough to take a good picture. This one looks particularly curious =)
  5. Balcony Biodiversity 2.0.6

    Balcony Biodiversity 2.0.6

    Balcony Biodiversity ... Before I post some more Shrike images here's a first at balcony species ... A huge Barney He did not exactly arrive at balcony ... ... but was visible from the balcony ... perched in a Eucalyptus tree in the neighborhood garden ... No one has ever reported...
  6. Blue tit in bird´s eye view

    Blue tit in bird´s eye view

  7. Crow

    Crow

    This is a crow that lives in our garden to me he is quite larger and brown feather then other crows in our garden is this normal thanks
  8. Immature Eastern Screech Owl

    Immature Eastern Screech Owl

    This was taken a couple nights ago in my front yard. My husband held a flash light on him and he was quite accommodating while I photographed him.
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