Tuesday

Kavdi in Diwali - One unidentified bird

Opening batsmen of the season had arrived. We saw the usual spotbills, coots, glossy ibis, painted storks, sandpipers, black winged stilts.

The surprise item was the following bird - about the size between a bulbul and a sparrow; in the wooded part after the bridge. Three dark patches trailing from the head are clearly seen in one picture.


Photos courtesy Vishal Salke & Ninad Raote.

2 comments:

  1. http://20six.co.uk/PerpetualMelody8:14 PM

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  2. Addi the Birde8:28 AM

    Hi...this is an Eurasian Wryneck....though not so rare to our region....it is a master of camaouflage and usually remains undetected .....

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