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|The chestnut-winged cuckoo or red-winged crested cuckoo (Clamator coromandus) is a cuckoo found in Southeast Asia and parts of South Asia. It has dark glossy upperparts, a black head with long crest chestnut wings, a long graduated glossy black tail, rufous throat dusky underside and a narrow white nuchal half collar. They breed along the Himalayas and migrate south in winter to Sri Lanka, southern India and tropical Southeast Asia including parts of Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines. It is about 47 cm long.|
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Ciao Biswarup, great capture of beautiful bird in nice pose, perfect focus, wonderful natural colors, splendid sharpness and fine details, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
Very good capture of a nice bird. Details, colors and clarity are amazing.
- [2019-05-21 4:01]
Hi Biswarup,not the best quality but still a good capture,black plumage in the shadow is always difficult to take,interesting and beautiful species of cuckoo family! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano