Black capped Kingfisher at Kadamakudy Islands

Photo credit. C.U Srini


Birds of Kadamakkudy – Egret at Kadamakkudy Islands

Egret nesting at Kadamakkudy. During the breeding season the white egrets gets whiter in color....Nature's ways are adorable...

Birds of Kadamakkudy – Gull

Gulls range in size from the little gull, at 120 g (4.2 oz) and 29 cm (11 in), to the great black-backed gull, at 1.75 kg (3.9 lb) and 76 cm (30 in). They are generally uniform in shape, with heavy bodies, long wings, and moderately long necks. The tails of all but three species are rounded; the exceptions being Sabine’s gull and swallow-tailed gulls, which have forked tails, and Ross’s gull, which has a wedge-shaped tail. Gulls have moderately long legs, especially when compared to the similar terns, with fully webbed feet. The bill is generally heavy and slightly hooked, with the larger species having stouter bills than the smaller species. The bill colour is often yellow with a red spot for the larger white-headed species and red, dark red or black in the smaller species.

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Birds of Kadamakkudy – King fisher

Unity in diversity – Birds at Kadamakkudy

Is that a fashion parade of birds. These are the times when one long for better and more powerful zoom lens and camera. Thanks to my good old lumix camera. Think it is time to upgrade my camera and lenses. The research have just begun. Can you suggest a good camera and lens for bird photography / wild life photography which is both rugged and economical.

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