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Indian Pitta – Fledgling

Pitta brachyura
We went to Hingolgadh Nature Park from past few years. We saw Pitta so close that it difficult to capture them in our 300 mm lens. We have to move little far to click there image. In this time we plan to go to their little late in August. With hope that we see some different stage of India Pitta. We are luck to see that too. We saw the fledgling to Indian Pitta at Hingolgadh. Seen their from June to August. According to locales babies fly first than parents.

8th August 2016
Hingolgadh Nature Park, Gujarat, India

Nikon D7100
AF-S Nikkor 300mm F/4D IF-ED + AF-S Teleconverter TC-14E
f/8, 1/800,iso-1000

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