Skip to main content

Small Pratincole

 Small Pratincole
It is smallest Pratincole of three Pratincole seen in Gujarat. Before this we saw other two Pratincole but this one is missing from it. When we reach at Nalsarovar we saw there are 3 group of around 40 to 50 birds. They so small and tiny that it’s difficult to locate them.
But finally they settle and we get some nice shot of this small cute birds.

Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary, near Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
9th November 2015

Nikon D7100
Nikkor 300mm f/4 +1.4 TC
iso 400
Previous                                                                                                                                                                                                            Next



Popular posts from this blog

About Us

One of the features of a civilized man is that he has hobbies, serious hobbies. From time immemorial man has invented and developed various hobbies ranging from stamp collection to feather collection. Though man has been a social animal for a long time, the primeval instinct in his has not died. We yearn and long to be close to nature. There are a few hobbies that give us an opportunity to do so. One such hobby is bird-watching. It might seem simple to read the word and guess that it is very easy to watch the birds. But it is not what it seems. It needs a lot of dedication, determination and consistency to master ‘the art of bird-watching.’ It takes years of patience and perseverance to be a good birdwatcher. What you choose as your hobby is not as important as to what hobby chooses you. You have to be the chosen one.   Dr. Pankaj Maheria, a Professor at GMERS Medical College, Valsad (South Gujarat) is one such Chosen One. Birds have chosen him as a medium between their worl