Bird watching is a peaceful activity to relax. Hope they visit here forever.
Excerpts from my last bird watching experience post
Bird watching is a peaceful engagement of my mind, while sitting for some time in our garden. I heard some screeching sound nearby and followed the direction. I found this lovely little one blinking its shiny eyes. He is very young, probably just out of its nest for the first time.
I can feel some fear in his eyes to look at the world and some excitement which he might show only to his parents. He could not fly away seeing me approaching closer to have a good look at him. Probably he may tell his mom “Mom When you are not there I have seen a walking monster! Do not leave me here…”
I ran back and returned with my digital cam. I asked him to say cheese, only to see him turn his face away. Conveyed “Oh Paparazzi” to me. The light was so dim early in the morning so a sudden flash light from the camera should have surprised him. “What’s that?” He looked back at the camera and I snapped another one. I heard some loud screech around my head. It was Mr. And Mrs. Bird back with the breakfast to the kiddo. I did not want to disturb them and moved little far from their view and continued my bird watching.
Just 10 mins, I could not find the kiddo there then. Probably he might have informed his fear about “the walking monster”.
The next day my mom called me to come slow and silent spotting a shrub. I did. On closer look, I got to know that the kiddo was not a single child but with his twin in fact. This time I brought the camera with me. Snapped two shots and moved away as the parents came near and went bit protective about their kids…. Read the complete post here
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