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Stoliczka's Bushchat - female

White-browed bushchat


As my story of Great Rann of Kutch written on "Sociable Lapwing”. We move to click one of rarity and my lifer Red-tailed Wheatear. That bird move on certain perched in its area. In last we move to the area where Stoliczka's Bushchat. It have behavior know and “Puff and roll ". This particularly seen in Naliya Grass land but i want to see it as it was lifer for us. After trying few SIberain Stoncehcat we differentiate the bird and clicks few shot of Stoliczka's Bushchat.

25th January 2017
Chari-Dhand Wetland Conservation Reserve, Kutch, Gujarat, India

Nikon D500
AF-S NIKKOR 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR
f/8, 1/1250, iso-250

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