Species: Blue-tailed Bee-eater | Location: Damodar River, Barddhaman, West Bengal, India
This species, like other bee-eaters, is a richly coloured, slender bird. It is predominantly green; its face has a narrow blue patch with a black eye stripe, and a yellow and brown throat; the tail is blue and the beak is black. It is strongly migratory, seen seasonally in much of peninsular India. During summer this bird is came in large flock in the river valley of Damodar to build nest in the banks.
About The Photographer
I am an assistant professor in geography discipline which deals with human and its surrounding environment. Wildlife and colours of nature attracts me continuously all day. I want to frame each moment of natural life which gives me pleasure and peace. Since 2010 I am engaged in birding and wildlife photography.