Bird Photography….Crested Kingfisher

Crested Kingfisher

Although this particular species of Kingfisher is rare to see but I was lucky to spot a very good numbers on the dry river beds in Rajaji National Park Uttarakhand India.

It was a weekend trip to Lansedowne and then to Rajaji National Park both in Uttarakhand with a motif to spot & click some uncommon bird species of Himalayas and on the third day we reached Rajaji National Park after 5 hours of road journey from Lansedowne in Uttarakhand.

The scenic beauty of Rajaji National Park where we stayed in a hill top resort was just mesmerising and after almost travelling 8-9 kms through dry river beds full of pebbles we reached at the resort .

We stayed there for two nights and spotted a varieties of Himalayan birds during morning and evening hours with my gear on my shoulder.

Rajaji National Park 🏞 is hardly 6 hours drive from Delhi and can be easily planned for a weekend birding trip.

Clicked with my Nikon D500 along with 200-500mm Nikkor Lens.

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. 2019tv says:

    Siba, I enjoying your pictures of birds that I have never seen before. I’d like to invite you to join my Bird of the Day challenge. I just started it today and your posts would be very informative and your pictures are very good.

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    1. PhotoBySiba says:

      Please share your link to post

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    2. PhotoBySiba says:

      Hey
      I have tagged few of my bird photography blogs with your web link.

      Thank you

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    1. PhotoBySiba says:

      Thank you 😊

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