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The owl and the bumble bee are classic examples of why Science is not always right. Going by the laws of Physics and concept of flight, the shape of the Bumble bee or the owl are the least suited to flight and by the books, their anti-aero foil shape will simply not permit them to…

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This was my favourite boat safari in the monsoon. The landscape looked beautiful, bathed in brilliant light. From afar, we watched the clouds kissing the forests of Nagarhole and Bandipur. As we entered the National Park, it began raining.

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Posted in: birds Destination

I sometimes envy the creatures that I see around me. They live such a simple and easy life! No studies, no targets, no deadlines; overall, no worries! I would give anything to exchange a few days with these unsophisticated animals.

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The Albino at Kabini

Vikram Nanjappa

During my stay in Kabini, I witnessed many remarkable moments in the wild. However, none of them were out of the ordinary – in the sense that while they were remarkable to me, they were part of the daily routine in the wild.

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Winter is slowly setting in; the sightings of birds have increased; many migratory birds such as Grey Wagtails and the Barn swallows have become regular sightings of the season.

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The Big Woodpeckers of Kabini

Rajan Kanagasabai

At around 30 cm long, the Flamebacks are among the largest woodpeckers. The female of the species sports a spotted black and white fore-crown and a red patch on the rear crest while the male is easily identified by its large red crown and crest.

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The Loten’s Sun Bird

Rajan Kanagasabai

The Loten’s Sun Birds share species space with flower peckers. They are tiny little birds rarely growing beyond 15 cm in length, while their characteristic curved bill combined with bright shiny purple coloured feathers, short legs and circular wings, set them apart. The females are a bit dull in colour when compared to males.

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