Visited this place after reading this blog post: Tau Devi Lal Biodiversity Park, Gurgaon.
Spent an hour there this morning and found there were more Green Bee eaters there than Common Mynas, Rock Pigeons or even crows 🙂
These are Green Bee Eaters. Green Bee Eaters can be confused with Chestnut Headed Bee Eaters but separable by blue throat and cheeks and elongated central tail feathers. (Source: Om field guides, Birds of India, Krys Kazmierczak)
Some of us don’t care.
The belief that baby birds that are touched by human hands will be rejected by their parents is a myth.
Delightful pictures of green pigeon activity from my balcony.
Chestnut headed Green bee eaters.
Photographs of Green Pigeons, nest and eggs.
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