Which bird is this?

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Cheers!
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Originally Posted by happyarun View Post some birds from dudhwa! what a place for waders and migrants. supreme! noveber will be awesome! this was june after rains began.
any one game for these ones from Dudhwa?
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All birds lovers must watch:
Birds of Paradise
http://youtu.be/nS1tEnfkk6M
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Birds of Paradise
You are fairly new to this site (26 posts) Before posting, please check, if what you're posting is already there, by using: Search this Thread on top.

Hyderabadi has already posted this before. S e e .. t h i s.

Have fun.
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Sorry abt it... Mabbe a newbbie's mistakes... was super excited when i found this thread...
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Originally Posted by Suchitra16 View Post Sorry about it... May be a newbie's mistakes... was super excited when I found this thread...
Yes, this thread is very exciting and interesting.

Did you see this bird, which dances like Michael Jackson.

It is Red-capped Manakin of Central America, which does moonwalk dance-slide of Michael Jackson to impress and capture a female's attention.

Click photo to see the bird dance -->

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RWe, amazing video. Thanks for the link.

Ronak.
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Wow.... The moon walkers are amazing. Thank You for posting the video.
In due course all these birds should patent their moves!!!

I am still an amatuer, a back-yard watcher.. Miles to go for me, ain't it?
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cannot upload a photo
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still waiting on IDs of dudhwa birds.
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Your Dudhwa birds are:


Fish Eagle

Harrier with a juicy frog.

Adjutant Stork
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THANKS RWE I was begining to feel abandoned.
the other ones from basai road in post#1458 only one ided and that is the Pheasant tailed jacana. the other 3 are still left. mridula thought one was wire tailed swift. and i am inclined to agree. NIck-H and you have been silent on the others.
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I only do the easy ones that turn up in my garden ... a very small number of birds!
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happyarun: The birds you posted in #1458 are:

Little Stint, . . . Green Sandpiper, . . . Wire-tailed Swallow . . . and . . . click photo.

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Swallow [/URL][/B] . . . and . . . click photo.
RWE thanks man. that is very cool. i never heard of a 'stint' before. Na i thought i knew something about birds.
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