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|Was literally chasing this Robin in the forest areas of Sattal, as it was hoping from one bush to the other in search of insects. Finally found one & settled down on a twig in front of me.|
A very common bird - The Oriental Magpie Robin. Widespread resident of the subcontinent; but not common in the northwest. In all plumages has white stripes on wings all the way to the long cocked tail. Males have glossy blue-black heads, breast & upperparts. Females have bluish grey heads, breast & upperparts.
voice: Long spirited & varied whistling song.
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Le téléobjectif écrase légèrement le sujet qui est tout de même relativement bien valorisé.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.
- [2014-07-04 8:28]
Fine close photo of this Oriental Magpie Robin in good sharpness and details. The frontal POV with the insect in the beak looks very nice.
Have a good weekend,
Great close up shot of this bird in great pose,wonderful colors nd excellent sharpness.Thank You.
Have a good WE!!
Ciao Satirtha, great capture of lovely bird and its prey, fine details and splendid sharpness, very well done, my friend, have a good week end, ciao Silvio
Bold frontal perspective, Satirtha.
Very nice composition in natural colours.
- [2014-07-07 17:31]
very nice capture of this robin. Its face to face with the food. This bird is very good jumper from branch to branch. Its so hard to capture.You did it well.