Birds of India #39 – The Peregrine Falcon

Here’s wishing all of you a very happy 2010.The first post of this year is based on an amazing sighting of the fastest animal in the world – The Peregrine Falcon, a widespread resident and winter visitor to India.. This was our first trip to the Kaziranga...

Birds of India #37 – Crested Hawk Eagle

We have seen the Crested / Changeable Hawk Eagle (CHE) many times in the Indian wilderness and every sighting has provided some beautiful photo opportunities. We put together many of our sightings in our first post here. Our second post to include a CHE was in the...
Stalking a Pied Harrier

Stalking a Pied Harrier

Latest update on Great Driving Challenge contest – The Top 12 list was announced on 23rd July. We made it to the Top 12. A big thank you to all our blogger friends. We appreciate your support. Having photographed many bird species, we can surely say that, for...
Crested Hawk Eagle on a hunt

Crested Hawk Eagle on a hunt

The Crested /Changeable Hawk Eagle (CHE) is a raptor that is widespread resident in India. As we had mentioned in one of our earlier posts, its a shy Bird of preyand rarely sits in an open perch . In our opinion a wild CHE will allow you as close as 30-50 feet, before...
Black Kites at Hessarghatta Lake

Black Kites at Hessarghatta Lake

Pacey of Today’s Blah gave us the “Talented blog award”. You can see the award posted in the sidebar. Thank you Pacey for your generosity and we dedicate this post to you as a humble gesture of our friendship. Black Kite is a medium sized raptor and...

Common Kestrel Male in its prime

Last time we went to Hesserghatta near Bangalore, we got our very first images of the Common Kestrel (Female). You can view that post here. This time around we were fortunate to photograph many bird species, thanks to getting there on time. And one of the prized...