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A sad story of forlorn Indian Robin...

This summer vacation again the Indian Robin made nest in our vehicle Mahindra Thar. 
Indian Robin Male

Indian Robin Female 
Pair was regularly feeding the chicks. One morning a fledgling came out from the nest.
Indian Robin male with prey for chick
House Crow spotted the fledgling, kill it. 
House Crow 

House Crow 
Than after House Crow,
Brahminy Starling 

Common Myna
Brahminy Starling and Common Myna fight over remnant of the fledgling.

GMERS Medical College campus, Dharpur, Patan, Gujarat, India
5 June 2017

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