Continuing with the series on Birding in Corbett National Park; we saw this Grey Bushchat enthralled in singing, thereby giving us an opportunity to get close to it and get some reasonably good images.
The Red-vented Bulbul is another bird, which was one of the frequent visitors to the bird feeder at the camp. Below are some full frame images of the bird that we got there.
This image of the Common Stonechat was taken at the Bijrani range in the Corbett National Park.
We always wanted to get a closeup of the Red-whiskered Bulbul to show the beautiful red whiskers that it has. We managed to get that shot right at the camp when this one was having a quick bath in one of the waterhole’s located there.
The Scaly-bellied Munia was another species that we photographed in the tall grasses in the Bijrani range within the National Park.
The impressive front curling crest of the Himalayan Bulbul is something that we found quite interesting. We will surely be dedicating a full post on this species, later in the blog.