Green Bee-Eater

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These clicks are taken from various locations from 10 feet to 30 feet from my home in Warora (Dist: Chandrapur).

Male and female of this species look similar. I was introduced to this species as reason for declining bee-population in beehive box installed on terrace three years back. We had to shift the box in couple of weeks due to these birds.

Green Bee-Eater

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Cattle Egret

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These clicks are taken from various locations from 10 feet to 30 feet from my home in Warora (Dist: Chandrapur).

The cattle egret is a cosmopolitan species of heron. This white bird looks meditative always. Watching it riding on back of cattle is fun but couldn’t capture it. Hope you love the clicks posted here.

Cattle Egret

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Indian Silverbill

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These clicks are taken from various locations from 10 feet to 20 feet from my home in Warora (Dist: Chandrapur).

It is also called White Throated Munia. Male and female are similar. They have distinctive conical silver-grey bill, brownish upperparts, white underparts, darker wings. The tail is black.

Indian Silverbird

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Entrepreneur’Ship in the Storm.’

Entrepreneurship is a trade-off between risks and rewards. With right approach we can minimize the risk and take rewards to maximum, not just for you but for your customer too. That’s why one gets into Entrepreneurship: building a better world by disruption.

The Red Color or Danger Sign or Old Wisdom of Caution about something is not always for stopping. But sometimes to move ahead with confidence and strategy. You achieve glory by taking risks. Follow BABA (bold and beautiful approach)

In Peter Theil’s words,

All I can gather from my experiences is failure is not as bad as not taking initiative. And chance of impact can be increased by partnerships with right people and groups. The art of using bricks thrown at your head in building steps to success can be learnt.

Start-Up.

Spotted Dove

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These clicks are taken from various locations from 100 feet to 200 feet from my home in Warora (Dist: Chandrapur).

Their head is whitish grey, and their neck and underparts are pinkish grey-brown. Brown tail. White spotted dark back collar patch. Brown wings also have white spots. Male and female are similar

Spotted Dove
Young One

Small Minivet

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These clicks are taken from rear balcony of my home in Warora (Dist: Chandrapur).

A beautiful bird. Males have gray crown, cheeks, and back. Throat and wings are black, tail is black with pale yellow edges. Breast is orange and gradually fades into yellowish-white underparts. Black wings show a patch of orange. Female is duller than male. Female have light gray upperparts, dark gray wings, whitish throat; and light yellow underparts. Observed a little orangish tint below wings.

Small Minivet (Male)
Small Minivet (Female)

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Laughing Dove

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These clicks are taken from various locations from 100 feet to 200 feet from my home in Warora (Dist: Chandrapur).

Male and female look similar (but the female looks paler as per web resources). Distinctive checkered band on neck and upper part of breast helped me distinguish it from spotted dove. Greyish-blue shiny wings is also distinctive.

Laughing Dove (Male)
Spotted Dove (Female)

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Asian Pied Starling

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These clicks are taken from various locations from 100 feet to 200 feet from my home in Warora (Dist: Chandrapur).

Asian Pied Starling is also called Pied Myna. The male and female are similar.

Asian Pied Starling
Asian Pied Starling

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Indian Pond Heron

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These clicks are taken from various locations from 10 feet to 100 feet from my home in Warora (Dist: Chandrapur).

A vary familiar bird. It is amazing to see that the wings which are white during flight, appear grey-brownish when folded. The male and female are similar for this species. See interesting images in slideshow.

Indian Pond Heron

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