The greater racket-tailed Drongo
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|A very common bird in south India and this shot is from Cochin, Kerala. |
Once again I am very happy to share with all TN friends!
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as par photographer view i don't know what to say
but as a wild lifer i can say you i spend more then 50 days and 200 hours in the forest for that bird but this bird didn't stay any ware more then 2 seconds and don't let us come to so close and I only have some blur photos.so in that case on my point of view, your photo is very good with very very sharp features .
just your heard luck that bird don't have second racket