I decided to return and capture this beautiful kingfisher on a sunny morning. I also used a Tamron 2x converter with my 70-300 Canon lens on the 7D. I think it is a better photo than the last one I posted. Some of you may say,”another bird!”
I found another better photo of an Asian Openbill in flight.
I saw these ducks at Jahanagirnar University. I would love if someone would confirm whether they actually are Lesser Whistling Ducks! And maybe the ducks on the water are not the same as the ones in the air?
I saw a reflection of the sun in a window of a nearby hospital so I grabbed my camera and raced for our rooftop (1 flight of stairs). This is the scene I saw.
If you don’t want to miss a shot always have your camera handy to save precious time.
It was a pleasure to go birding with Ronald Halder, James Pender, and a professor from the university. I also verified the bird in the book Ronald gave me, A Photographic Guide to BIRDS OF BANGLADESH.
MALE KOEL SIGHTED ON THE PROSHIKHA TRAINING CENTER PROPERTY NEAR MANIKGANJ, BANGLADESH!
BINOCULARS IN ACTION!
Female koel near a pond at the Proshikha Training Center near Manikganj, Bangladesh.