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 to the Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary in Thattekad, Kerala, we got an opportunity to witness and photograph an interesting behaviour of this bird while it was bathing in a pool of water. Here is a collection of images from that photo session. All images were taken with the D80 with the 300mm f2.8 lens mounted with the 2x TC.
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