|[Note Guidelines] ÇÀÌÅÒÊÀ ÔÎÒÎÃÐÀÔÀ|
|The Indian Eagle Owl is often considered a subspecies of the Eurasian eagle-owl Bubo bubo and is very similar in appearance. The facial disk is unmarked and has a black border, a feature that is much weaker in the Eurasian form. The base of the primaries is unbanded and rufous. The tail bands have the tawn bands wider than the black ones. A large pale scapular patch is visible on the folded wing. The inner claws are the longest. The last joint of the toes are unfeathered. They are seen in scrub and light to medium forests but are especially seen near rocky places within the mainland of the Indian Subcontinent south of the Himalayas and below 1,500 metres (5,000 ft) elevation. Humid evergreen forest and extremely arid areas are avoided. Bush covered rocky hillocks and ravines, and steep banks of rivers and streams are favourite haunts. It spends the day under the shelter of a bush or rocky projection, or in a large mango or similar thickly foliaged tree near villages.|
ramthakur, marine-coeur has marked this note useful
Only registered TrekNature members may rate photo notes.
|ÂÛ ÄÎËÆÍÛ ÁÛÒÜ ÇÀÐÅÃÈÑÒÐÈÐÎÂÀÍÍÛ ÄËß Ó×ÀÑÒÈß Â ÎÁÑÓÆÄÅÍÈßÕ|
- [2018-04-15 13:49]
Hi Satirtha,a difficult location on the ground but a fantastic capture!! What a bright colors and fine details despite the distance,a great way to show us this beautiful eagle owl,well done! Have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
Brilliant image with super eye contact, Satirtha.
The brown ground BG goes well with the colour of the subject.
As Ram mention it indeed it's a brilliant image all is excellent including the details well done SATIRTHA GHOSH
Khub lucky.... I haven't captured a single Own picture yet. Matite suye shot ta Nile puro OOF BG ta hoto.
Thanks for sharing,
Regards and have a nice weekend,
Ciao Satirttha, great capture of lovely owl with fantastic eues, wonderful natural colors, fine details and splendid sharpness, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio