The stare of a crested hawk-eagle in Bannerghatta National Park.Continue reading “Crested Hawk-Eagle”
A Sand Hill Crane basking in morning light at Woodbridge Ecological PreserveContinue reading “Woodbridge Ecological Preserve”
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The moment a little boy is concerned with which is a jay and which is a sparrow, he can no longer see the birds or hear them sing.Eric Berne
One of the frequent visitors of Coyote Hills Regional Park at Fremont, resting during its routine hunts.
Continue reading “White Tailed Kite”
During a casual visit to the balcony of my house, noticed couple of sparrows having a fight with this humming bird. I was just having a cup of coffee and started taking interest in their dogfigths. This little birdie, never let any of the sparrows sit on the tree. It was like its claiming its territory. Based on a previous encounter, I know this particular species prefers the tress around and come spring, you can even get to see couple of their eggs hatch. So the little guy was really aggressive in chasing the sparrows.