Bharatpur. Keoladeo bird sanctury opens gates to adobe of birds. Some common that we see everyday and some unique. You get to look at them in close quarters.
A bulbul and common crow we ignore many times but they have a seperate charm.
A beautiful morning sunlight gives great light perspectives.
Sarus crane is amazing sight and highlight of visit to Keoladeo. Got a chance on pair of Sarus Crane pair. Yes, they always seen in pairs. This beautiful creature is the tallest flying bird in the world, standing at a height of up to 5’9″. They’re not hard to spot with their large gray bodies and bright red faces and have become an iconic species of open wetlands. Much like other cranes, the Sarus Crane forms long-lasting pair bonds and are considered symbols of marital fidelity in India. It is believed that the cranes mate for life and pine the loss of their mates even to the point of starving to death.
Indian Roller looks awsome in flight with different blue shades sparding over wings.
Parrots are common sight but seldom gives poses.
Jackals are widely seen.