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    @ @vickyrf20 instagram profile

    (@vickyrf20)

    OK ! I know it's blurry but was fortunate enough to capture this majestic bird flying past us ! It was a bright sunny morning in where the only species that we spotted a lot of times was this male peacock ! There were lots of em but many were too shy to show themselves up ! Just when I wanted to get a good click of him he just zoomed past us ! Only when he flew we knew how big he was ! Such a bliss to watch him fly 🤩😍😍😍 @dslrofficial @animalplanet @animalplanetindia #rishikeshdiaries #nationalparks #ig_birdlovers #wildlife #jimcorbettnationalpark #ig_naturelovers #peafowl #bliss #animalkingdom #instapic #peacock #canon #india #photooftheday #birdsofinstagram #photographersofindia #nationalbird #wildlifephotography #ig_birdwatchers #mothernature #wildlifeaddicts #birdphotography #dslrofficial #ig_birds #canoneos #canonphotography #indianbirds #canon_photo

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    @ @gocam_photographist instagram profile

    (@gocam_photographist)

    എന്റെ നാട് . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #naturephotography #nature #love #kerala #indianbirds #worldthroughmylense #bird

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    • 23/04/2018
    @ @raviavr instagram profile

    (@raviavr)

    Changeable Hawk Eagle #wildlife #hawkeagle #indianwildlife #indianbirds #eagles

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    • 23/04/2018
    @ @wildlifezone_ instagram profile

    (@wildlifezone_)

    Mission 💯 My idea of this Mission 💯 is to identify and understand behavior of 100 species of birds found in India. 12: Oriental white-eye(ಬೆಳ್ಗಣ್ಣ) SN: Zosterops palpebrosus The Oriental white-eye is a small passerine bird in the white-eye family.They forage in small groups, feeding on nectar and small insects. They are easily identified by the distinctive white eye-ring and overall yellowish upperparts. This bird is small (about 8–9 cm long) with yellowish olive upper parts, a white eye ring, yellow throat and vent. The belly is whitish grey but may have yellow in some subspecies. The sexes look similar. The species is found in a wide range of habitats from scrub to moist forest. These white-eyes are sociable, forming flocks which only separate on the approach of the breeding season. They are highly arboreal and only rarely descend to the ground. The breeding season is February to September but April is the peak breeding season and the compact cup nest is a placed like a hammock on the fork of a branch. The nest is made of cobwebs, lichens and plant fibre. The nest is built in about 4 days and the two pale blue eggs are laid. The eggs hatch in about 10 days. Both sexes take care of brooding the chicks which fledge in about 10 days. They call frequently as they forage and the usual contact call is a soft nasal #earthcapture #indianbirds #nikonindia #sanctuaryasia #kings_birds #wildlifekarnataka #indian_wildlifes #orientalwhiteeye #bestbirdshots #karnatakawildlife #birdsofinstagram #indianwildlifeofficial #roadsnottaken #nikon #naturethroughcamera_ntc #prajwal_gowda #indianphotographyclub #kannadanadu #nuts_about_birds #bird_brilliance #birdphotography #yourshotphotographer #nkpofficial #wildlife_india #your_best_birds #blr_photography_hub #natgeo #bbcearth #wanderlust

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    • 23/04/2018