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  1. Dartford Warbler

    Dartford Warbler

  2. Narcisssus


    a Marsh Sandpiper and his reflection
  3. Bathtime


    House Crows having a great time splashing around. This is the ssp protegatus of Southern India with a brown tinge to the grey.
  4. blue on blue

    blue on blue

    Blue-tailed Bee-eaters against a blue South Indian winter sky
  5. name says it all

    name says it all

    just a moment when the sun came between the palm fronds to light up the back of this Greater Flameback
  6. Racket-tailed Drongo

    Racket-tailed Drongo

    this is the Greater, with more of a crest and (extraordinary) curly rackets than his northern cousin, the Lesser
  7. the skulker

    the skulker

    I was following this guy through the gardens, refusing to show himself properly until his red eye caught something in the trees above him
  8. sideways look

    sideways look

    the most common of India's kingfishers, both near water and in wooded/agricultural settings. This one pretended to look away while keeping a sharp eye on us....
  9. E

    Best Lenses for Busy City Bird Photography?

    Hello everyone! First post on this forum; happy to be here. I use a Canon R5 with an EF 100-400. At a later date I will be vacationing to Europe and will be walking around crowded cities and their ports (it’s a cruise). I was hoping to take my camera with me when exploring to take pics of birds...
  10. Rockin' Robin

    Rockin' Robin

    Another shot from my outings to familiarise myself with the Canon R5