Rather early in the morning, this young chap decided to stay close to the visitors.
Waiting for an Ambush
Tadoba has wonderful bird life… Here is the proof!
Kingfisher, Drongo & Paradise Fly Catcher
Three Musketeers… Indian Pitta, Bramhani Myna & Orange Headed Thrush
Black Ibis Vs Open Billed Stork
Changable Hawk Eagle
Green Bee Eater
Indian Honey Buzzard
Blue Jay or Indian Roller or Neel Pankhi
White Eyed Buzzard
Teetwi or Red-wattled Lapwing
A Tree Pie
Some early morning monkey business… by the photographer :)
Orange headed thrush can be observed in abundance here at Tadoba National Park.
Orange Headed Thrush
This post is one of the first in the series photographs I will be publishing from my recent visit to Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra. These are the photographs of female Paradise Fly Catcher. This amazingly beautiful and chirpy bird was spotted in Kolsa range, home of Shivaji… the largest Tiger in Tadoba Reserve.
Notice the blue ring around the eye
The Common Tiger (Danaus genutia) is one of the common butterflies of India.