Rare necessities: Endangered birds of India

Whenever I spot rare birds, I am giddy with joy. My confidence begins to build. I realize how much they mean to me. And I start to emotionally invest in them. But if they decide to leave before I can take a photograph, whiffs of anguish flood my nostrils. As they disappear into oblivion -... Continue Reading →

To catch a flycatcher

Birds are potted plants for rent; Even if their terrace gardens may change, the colour of water that kisses their roots will remain the same. Old World Flycatchers (Eeppidippan) are beautiful passerine birds. They are notoriously difficult to photograph. It took me about a year to spot the Asian Paradise Flycatcher. The Tickell's Blue Flycatcher... Continue Reading →

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