The stream which flows at the entrance of Forest Hills Farm and Guesthouse attracts a host of birds. Commonly sighted birds are Malabar Whistling Thrush, Brown-cheeked Fulvetta, Black Drongo, Red-vented and Red Whiskered Bulbul, etc.
One evening I was treated to wonderful sights of the White-rumped Shama and female Indian Paradise Flycatcher.
A White-rumped Shama poses on a steel pipe. It was nice to see this otherwise shy bird sit comfortably in the open despite my presence.
The extremely restless Flycatcher flying from one perch to another, offered a few seconds to freeze some frames.
More from the bridge in future posts…