Sunday Shot: Indian Roller in-flight

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Indian Roller in-flight
Indian Roller in-flight

Indian Roller is one of the most colorful birds of India, and its colors are at the best when in-flight. Its Scientific Name is Coracias benghalensis and in India it is known as Neelkanth for the predominant blue color it carries. Found across the plains in India it is the state bird of “Andhra Pradesh”, “Telangana”, “Karnataka” & “Odisha”.

This photograph of the bird Indian Roller in-flight was taken on the outskirts of the beautiful Satpura national park, on a birding trail with Pugdundeesafaris Denwa Backwaters Escape Resort.

Satpura National Park is in Madhya Pradesh, India. You can enjoy the sights and sounds of several birds on these birding trails here.

I have written separate blog posts on how to explore the Satpura National Park, you can find them here Jeep Safari at Satpura National Park and the resort I stayed at Denwa Backwaters Escape while exploring the National Park in Madhya Pradesh, the central India.

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  1. If I a correct ‘Sparrow’ is the State bird of Bihar. Am I correct?

    And regarding photo – you are capturing really good images these days specially of birds. Thanks for sharing. Camera?

  2. Beautiful picture. I had been to Thattekkad bird sanctuary recently, one of the biggest in India. Could not take any pictures there. But the atmosphere itself was mindblowing.

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