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  • Malabar Giant Squirrel

    Malabar Giant Squirrel

    Malabar Giant Squirrel Image taken at Ganeshgudi as the fellow merrily snacked high up on the flowers of this Silk Cotton tree. The lens was the older & really heavy version of the Canon 400mm f/2.8 and I almost dislocated my shoulder shooting this one handheld. Lesson: Should. Never. Repeat. This. Equipment: Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 400mm f/2.8L IS…

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  • Black Kite

    Black Kite

    It’s a fact and I can vouch for it. If you sit and gaze at them soar in the skies long enough, one of them will descend, sit right in front of you, grace you with a patient stare and then fly away again. ¬©2015¬†Rahul Jauhari. All rights reserved.

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  • Puff Throated Babbler

    Puff Throated Babbler

    My maiden guided birding tour to Nandi Hills proved to be largely a damp squib. We hadn’t accounted for the fact that it was a public holiday in the middle of¬†a long weekend: which meant the area would be teeming with picnickers. It was quite a nightmare for birding – screaming kids, noisy climbers, loud families. Bopanna, my birding guide,…

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  • Back Kite

    Back Kite

    I particularly like this portrait. I quite think this white burn out is some sort of signature I could create – only problem with me is that I get bored of the same look pretty fast. The Black Kite – easily seen across Mumbai – rarely looks as majestic as in this picture – and that’s probably why I like…

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  • White Bellied Blue Flycatcher (male)

    White Bellied Blue Flycatcher (male)

    It’s at the other end of a ten hour long drive. But¬†Ganeshgudi never fails to¬†delight. Be it with the never ending stream of little winged ones. Or¬†jaw dropping majesty¬†of the Hornbills. Featured here: The White Bellied Blue Flycatcher. The male of the species – a frequent visitor at¬†the Old Magazine House. ¬©2014 Rahul Jauhari. All rights reserved.

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