Tagged: camera critters

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Fauna at Sirmione Peninsula

It was nesting time for the birds in Italy when we were there in April 2010. Sometime back I blogged on a nesting seagull. In this post I share with you pictures of a...

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Blessings By An Elephant

Don’t be surprised if you are confronted by elephants in temples of Tamil Nadu. These elephants are trained animals, trained to even bless you. They are decorated and displayed during festivals. Their routine work...

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Ghost Crabs

Last weekend was spent tracking Ghost Crabs. Real crabs called Ghost Crabs. I followed one, it was difficult because his pale sandy colored coat and his speed kept me confused. Each time I would...

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Ghost Crabs

Last weekend was spent tracking Ghost Crabs. Real crabs called Ghost Crabs. I followed one, it was difficult because his pale sandy colored coat and his speed kept me confused. Each time I would...

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Trained White Vultures

In my previous posts I had mentioned about intelligence in birds and they were mostly about parrots, pigeons and crows. The birds of prey in the wild too have a high intelligence, the levels...

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Blue Crowned Pigeon

Anything that is not traditional is exciting, isn’t it? That is precisely what I felt when I saw the Blue Crowned Pigeon roaming around me freely without any fear in Jurong Bird Park, Singapore....

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The Intelligent Crow

Twice a year the Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens of Bangalore hosts flower shows. They have an amazing collection of plants and display various models with flowers and leaves. One such display in the last...

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Asian Openbill-Stork

You will not fail to identify an Openbill Stork, if you see one in a huge flock of different species of storks. The reason is obvious: its peculiar huge bill with arching mandibles leaving...

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Answers to Camouflaged

I got the most overwhelming response for the tiny ‘spot the critter’ contest, camouflaged last week. Almost everybody gave the right answers for at least one of them. Some of course had both answers...

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Camouflaged

This happened while taking a walk in the banks of the Kabini backwaters. Thick growth of trees and plants make the walk easy even at 11 and 12 at noon and there I was...