Birds of India #35 – White Browed Wagtail

The White-Browed Wagtail is the largest species of wagtail and is endemic to the Indian subcontinent. Given the fact that they are well adapted to the urban habitats, it is not uncommon to see them around man-made water bodies like overhead tanks and ponds.On our trip...

Chital (Spotted Deer) – Favorite Prey Species

Chital or Spotted Deer is the most abundant deer species found in India. It is common to see herds of 30-50 these doe-eyed beauties with a few stags (identified by their majestic horns) in the forests here. During early mornings and late evenings, we have seen larger...

Birds of India #34 – Little Green Bee Eater

The Green Bee Eater, also called as the Little Green Bee Eater is a skillful predator known for its aerial sorties. This petite green colour bird is no bigger than a sparrow. It’s green colour has shades of reddish brown on the head and neck, which is ornamented...