Monthly Archives: October 2008

Oh Paradise!

This is one bird that has the potential to get a beginner hooked for life. It is one of the beauties of the Indian birding scene. Though there are other birds that are more stunning in plumage, majestic in appearance … Continue reading

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Valley school – a favourite birding haunt

I’ve lost track of the number of times I’ve been to Valley school this year for birding. The easy accessibility (just 15 odd kms from my home) combined with the undisturbed habitat and relative safety (something that women birders have … Continue reading

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Manchinabele – 15th June ’08

G and G set out to explore Manchinabele on this Sunday morning, neither of us had been there before. We took the route from Mysore Road, and made slow progress on the section of very bad road past Big Banyan … Continue reading

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Confessions of a bird nazi

It has been an eventful year for me in terms of birding. This was the year in which I went from being an occassional birder to an obsessive one, the year in which birding started as an enjoyable and exciting … Continue reading

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