Sunday, December 21, 2014

Bird Photography at Narsapur

7th trip to Narsapur (15-Jan-17)

Black-headed Ibis

Black-headed Ibis

Asian Openbill Stork

River Tern

Common Snipe

Common Pochard

Pintail, Shoveler

Pintail, Shoveler, Common Teal, Garganey

Red-wattled Lapwing

Long-tailed Shrike

Chestnut-shouldered Petronia

Common Kingfisher

Common Kingfisher

Plum-headed Parakeet Male

Plum-headed Parakeet Female


6th trip to Narsapur (Jan-2016)

Brahminy Starling

Black-winged Kite

Black-tailed Godwit

Northern Pintail

Common Sandpiper

Eurasian Wigeon Male & Female

Eurasian Wigeon Male

Common Snipe

Common Teal

Gadwall Female

Indian Spot-billed Duck

Indian Spot-billed Duck

Sykes's Warbler

Eurasian Wigeon

Ashy Woodswallow


5th Trip to Narsapur (12-July-2015)

Small Minivet Male

Black Headed Cuckoo Shrike Male

Pied Bushchat Juvenile

Baya Weaver Female

Ashy Crowned Sparrow Lark Male

Cotton Pygmy Goose


Red Collared Dove

Long Tailed Shrike

Lesser Whistling Duck

Yellow Eyed Babbler

Tawny Bellied Babbler

Asian Openbill Stork with Juvenile

Painted Stork, Grey Heron, Intermediate Egret

Pheasant Tailed Jacana

Painted Snipe Female

Indian Silverbill

Pied Bushchat Juvenile

Oriental Honey Buzzard

Common Iora

Tickell's Blue Flycatcher

Scaly Breasted Munia

Coppersmith Barbet


Bats


4th Trip to Narsapur (14-June-2015)

Added 3 new species to my list today. Here are some of the pics I clicked today. 

Jerdon's Leafbird

Yellow Eyed Babbler

Tawny Bellied Babbler

Blue Faced Malkoha

Baya Weaver (philippinus) Male


Chestnut Shouldered Petronia Female

Ashy Prinia

Cattle Egret

Black Headed Ibis

Asian Openbill Stork


Red Wattled Lapwing


Little Cormorant

Indian Spot Billed Duck

Painted Stork

Indian Pond Heron


Red Vented Bulbul



Grey Heron

Grey Heron




1st Trip to Narsapur (21-Dec-2014)

Narsapur was in my pending list for quite some time now. Apparently Narsapur was the reason why I formed the Bird Photography Group in my community. And it is now that I got the opportunity to visit there.
However, one visit to Narsapur can never justify the potential of that location.
It is only 45 km from my place hence I don't mind making multiple trips to this location in the month of Jan and Feb until the migratories are there.

My Life-List Count increased by another 8 to 289 and I was able to spot so many beautiful migratories.


Red Crested Pochard Male



Red Crested Pochard Male


Common Pochard Male


Common Pochard Female


Tufted Duck Male


Tufted Duck Male and Female


Baya Weaver Female


Red Rumped Swallow


Streak Thoated Swallow


Black Headed Cuckoo Shrike (Female)


Long Tailed Shrike


White Browed Bulbul


Ashy Crowned Sparrow Lark (Female) 


Paddyfield Pipit


Little Ringed Plover 


Clamorous Reed Warbler