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Quite appropriately the very last of the bird photographs I took in India was this Jungle Babbler as this was one of the birds I wanted to see having been amused by many of +Jasbir S. Randhawa's captures of these characterful looking birds.

In all I captured shots of around 140 different species that I have at least a tentative ID for and still a few that I haven't much of a clue........
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As well as the Myna wanting to stay cool, this Black Kite found it a bit more difficult................................
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.......another Common Myna's efforts to stay cool, kept us well amused.
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2016-06-01
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Although our day out with Jasbir to the Sultanpur area represented the last of our serious birding, we were able to encounter a few more birds before we left India. Lodhi Gardens is a nice park for a stroll round in the morning before it gets too warm and there are always Myna Birds to be seen.......
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By the time we got to Basai, the light was quite poor and the birds were telling us it was time for a bit of shut eye...............
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Another bird from our day out with +Jasbir S. RandhawaĀ . A lot of effort was expended in trying to get a clear view of an Indian Eagle Owl and usually the clearest views were when he flew off to another stretch of the waterway.......
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2016-05-31
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Another from the Sultanpur area - am assuming this to be a Wood Sandpiper given the supercilium extends behind the eye?
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Another shot from the Sultanpur area - a splishy-splashy stilt :-)
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Traditional methods................................. near Sultanpur
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