Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Prinia,Prinia, And The Others....

Hello folks, It's wonderful to be posting for World Bird Wednesday again! I'll start with two video clips I made today by the Railway line, A Plain Prinia and an Ashy Prinia.

  Plain Prinia, Prinia inornata




Ashy Prinia, Prinia socialis
 



And here is an Oriental Magpie Robin Sub-adult photographed at the beginning of the week. 


Oriental Magpie Robin, Copsychus saularis


 







And a Spotted Dove.

Spotted Dove, Streptopelia chinensis



A Red-vented Bulbul near a paddy field.

Red-vented Bulbul,Pycnonotus cafer






And finally an Asian Brown Flycatcher from my archives. 

Asian Brown Flycatcher,Muscicapa dauurica



 

17 comments:

  1. oh they are all beautiful, amila! the bulbul is spectacular, as is the dove!

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  2. It's always interesting to see the birds from a different part of the world.

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  3. I agree with Martha. Such beautiful birds.

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  4. Another great series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  5. A lovely post!! Great to see the birds you have.

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  6. All of them beautiful, but the spotted dove and the bulbul are wonderful!!!!!

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  7. As always, you have wonderful captures of beautiful birds! Great videos too!

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  8. Great photos and very interesting to see so many different birds.

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  9. As always you have filled me up with your great captures. The soundscape in your first video is wonderful. Amazing capture of the bulbul too Amila, such a handsome bird!

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  10. What a wonderful collection of interesting and beautiful birds and it is particularly pleasing to see the little videos.

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  11. Oh my...very cool captures!!!

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  12. THOSE PRINIA's sound very boisterous! Love that Bulbul series--

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  13. Wonderful captures of several beautiful birds and excellent videos!

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  14. Lovely collection of bird! I really enjoyed the videos too -- seeing the birds in motion is always fun!

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  15. Nice captures Amial!

    like the flycather pics.

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  16. Nice birds to have next to a railway line!

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  17. Hi folks,Many thanks for your feedback!:)

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