Here is a small report taken by Chandu. He went to Coorg, last week for birding. It was his first experience with my heavy camera. So, please excuse the quality of pictures.

I believe, everyone of us know about Coorg but just to add in it – It comes under  Western Ghats of southwestern Karnataka.  Kodagu also offers a wide variety of birds, roughly around 300 birds have been sighted and reported over the years.

Malabar Hornbill

Malabar Hornbill

White bellied flycatcher.

White bellied flycatcher.

White bellied flycatcher.

White bellied flycatcher.

Nilgiri flowerpecker

Nilgiri flowerpecker

Racket tailed Drongo On for attack

Racket tailed Drongo On for attack

Racket tailed Drongo

Racket tailed Drongo

Racket tailed Drongo

Racket tailed Drongo

Asian Fairy bluebird

Asian Fairy bluebird

Spotted deer (Male)

Spotted deer (Male)

Spotted deer ( (Male)

Spotted deer ( (Male)

Spotted deer (Female)

Spotted deer (Female)

Spotted deer moving and shining in morning glory flowers

Spotted deer moving and shining in morning glory flowers

Morning charm with Spotted Deer

Morning charm with Spotted Deer

A group of spotted deer again

A group of spotted deer again

Asian Fairy bluebird

Asian Fairy bluebird

Malabar Barbet

Malabar Barbet

Malabar Barbet

Malabar Barbet

Rufous bellied eagle.

Rufous bellied eagle.

Irruppu falls which lies in Brahmagiri wildlife sanctuary.

Irruppu falls which lies in Brahmagiri wildlife sanctuary.

Peacock male taken in nagarhole N.P.

Peacock male taken in nagarhole N.P.

Malabar parakeet female.Very noisy parakeets.

Malabar parakeet female.Very noisy parakeets.

Mangoose searching something on the other side of the road.

Mangoose searching something on the other side of the road.

Orange minivet and plum headed parakeet female.

Orange minivet and plum headed parakeet female.

Martin dusky i think so.

Martin dusky i think so.

Malabar giant squirrel.

Malabar giant squirrel.

Malabar giant squirrel.

Malabar giant squirrel.