2 weeks before, I went T G Halli. Water level is too high. Complete family of river tern and Egret are making the view more majestic. Some interesting finds –

1. Around 200 River terns – After a raptor attack, they left most of their child near an egret. Child seems to be very comfortable with Egret.

2. White wagtail.

3. Skyes Lark.

4. No Kestrel.

Please enjoy some of the pictures. Do write your comments.

Red Vented Bulbul

Red Vented Bulbul

Two Brahminy Kites

Two Brahminy Kites

River tern settling down

River tern settling down

Bronze winged Jacana

Bronze winged Jacana

Family of River Tern

Family of River Tern

Barn Swallows

Barn Swallows

River tern in flight

River tern in flight

Green Sandpiper

Green Sandpiper

Pond Heron

Pond Heron

Two river terns away from the group

Two river terns away from the group

White wagtail in flight

White wagtail in flight

River tern child - quite comfortable with Egret and Cormorant

River tern child – quite comfortable with Egret and Cormorant

White wagtail

White wagtail

Frog - ID required

Frog – ID required

Pied Kingfisher

Pied Kingfisher

Red napped IBIS

Red napped IBIS

Tern New Generation

Tern New Generation

Ashy Crowned SparrowLark - Pair

Ashy Crowned SparrowLark – Pair

Skyes Lark

Skyes Lark

Tern in flight

Tern in flight