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Bulbuls

Its been a while since I posted any bird photos on the blog...So here are some photos of Bulbuls....

I see Bulbuls every day....... These Red Whiskered Bulbuls come home to eat the food we put out for the birds....





The Red Vented bulbuls, for some reason, never come to eat the scraps of food. They are busy eating whatever food is available on the trees around our house...



And then, there are these... cousins of the birds which come to our house, these birds live far far away... in the cold climes of the Himalays, these birds are just as common... These are the Himalayan Bulbuls. I clicked these photos on my recent trip to Vaishnodevi.






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  1. I love the hairstyle of the Himalayan Bulbuls a lot. Lovely clicks.

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  2. Nice clicks.. I find them around my house too. They chirp almost throughout the mornings and the evenings.

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  3. lovely pics... the third one looks so cute :D

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  4. the himalayan bulbuls are so chic ! ;-)

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    1. Thats an interesting way of describing them, Shruti!!

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  5. Extremely beautiful captures. I am yet to spot one around my home in Kerala.

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    1. THanks PNS! I am so surprised to hear that! I see these birds here all the time and they are quite common wherever i have been...

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  6. Wonderful photography. The bulbuls look beautiful.

    http://rajniranjandas.blogspot.in/2012/07/night-safari.html

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