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Birds

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BONELLI'S EAGLE - " नाराच "
Size: Kite+
Characteristic : Brown slender eagle with whitish rufous below. Barred long tail. White patch on back.
Habitat: Almost throughout India in semi forest and wooded country and in town in hilly region.
Food: Large birds, small mammals like hares sometimes larger than it's size.
Call: Chattering kikiki
Nesting: During winter in November to January massive platform of of sicks with padding of leaves above. The same nest is shared for many years.

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CRESTED SERPENT EAGLE - Sub Adult " पन्नगाद "
Size: Kite+
Characteristic : Dark Brown bird with prominent crest. White bas on tail and two bars on wings seen underneath in flight. Very upright posture.
Habitat: Almost throughout India in semi forest and wooded country and in town in hilly region.
Food: Mostly Snakes, lizards and small mammals. Some times large birds like jungle fowl.
Call: Whistle repeated 3-4 times kek kek kee.
Nesting: During winter in December to March on massive platform of of sicks with padding of green leaves above.

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BLACK DRONGO - कोतवाल Sub Adult Perched on Chestnut leaf Trumpet bush.
Size: Bulbul+,
Characteristic : Swift glossy black bird. Deeply forked tail. Dark brown Iris. Dull grey underparts in sub adult.
Habitat: Throughout India. Mostly found in
gardens and open country near human habitat. Frequently seen on grazing cattle's back or telegraph wires.
Food: Mainly insects and Nectar when available.
Nesting: During April to August in untidy cup on forked branch. Both share parental duties.
— at Through our sit-out Satara

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"Bridegroom"
I was following him everyday at our morning tea. Suddenly he changed his attire, wore new coat displaying his orange yellow band that breeding season is on. He is constantly calling his partner. Image quality is not good as taken in dim light at 6.45am ISO 1600

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PURPLE RUMPED SUNBIRD - JUVENILE
Flower : Chestnutleaf Trumpetbush
This is one of the three siblings at hand shake distance through our sit out. All three siblings roost on tree near sit-out. They have learned to feed on nectar but for Proteins they depend on their parents. Parents has long work-out feeding small insects and spiders to these three.

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