Open billed storks ( migratory birds along the cost of Bharathappuzha no.5)

  Open billed stork   no 5 migratory birds along the cost of Bharathappuzha Open billed storks are one of the local migrants that we find along the banks of Bharathapuzha..It wouldn’t be correct to say that they search for food along the banks of the river or in the  shallow waters of the river … Continue reading »

BRONZE WINGED JACANA MIGRATORY BIRDS ALONG NILA COAST NO 4

Bronze winged jacanas  MIGRATORY BIRDS ALONG THE COAST OF BHARATHAPPUZHA NO 4 ORMETOPIDIUS INDICUS Jacanas constitute a group of waders  in the family of Charadridace,wade means walk with an effort through something especially water or mud.they are long legge birds that feeds in shallow waters.they walks on the floating vegetation  such a waythat we feel that … Continue reading »

MOOREHEN OR POROHYRO POLIOCEPHALUS OR NEELAKOZHI MIGRATORY SHOREBIRDS ALONG THE BANKS OF BHARATHAPPUZHA NO 3 MOOREHEN

MIGRATORY SHOREBIRDS ALONG THE BANKS OF BHARATHAPPUZHA NO 3 MOOREHEN Prometheus unbound As I   reached the vast stretch of lotus fields along the banks of Bharathappuzha at Thirunnavaya on  22nd february 2012 , after noon sun beams have started to fade achieving a golden glow.There was a vast expanse of water submerged   with floating vegetation … Continue reading »

BLACK HEADED IBIS ( THRESHSKIORNIS MALANOCEPHALUS)

MIGRATORY SHOREBIRDS ALONG THE COAST OF BHARATHAPPUZHA, NO 2          Early 1970s,,,a dark brown cloud emerges in eastern horizon and it flows to west in a smooth way shortly after the  sun set during winter and on early days of summer.T hey   pass  across the sky with a whizzing  sound.W e  come out of our … Continue reading »

Migratory birds along the banks of Bharathappuzha (No.1-Black headed seagulls,Chroicocephalus ridibundus)

    Black Headed Seagulls @ Flight:   I came across a large folks of seagulls constituting hundreds of birds across Irumbiliyam kadavu of Bharathapuzha, in the first week of February2005. It was around four o clock . The noisy birds remained there bathing, preening and searching for food in the warm river water. The … Continue reading »