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It's a resident bird in most of India (south of Himalays to Bangadesh and Central India). Larger than the Grey nightjar and more warmly coloured and strongly patterned, with longer and broader tail.
It was a great find by our Cycle Rickshaw-man Sardar Man Singh (SMS) on the morning of a foggy day (February). Bharatpur is best to be explored by Cycle Rickshaw as the men paddling rickshaws are very well experienced and know a lot about birds and the habitat.
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