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Birds are back at Kasavanahalli lake

Kasavanahalli lake was revisited last week. My previous visit to this beautiful lake was in November, 2017, when the much polluted lake was just rejuvenated and birds were reluctantly starting to settle there. I am happy to report that the rejuvenation and conservation activities have worked and numerous beautiful critters have happily settled. Here's a photo tour... 

Dawn...


Black Drongo...



Spot-billed Duck...








Purple Heron...








Heterorrhina elegans beetle...








White-cheeked Barbet...














Furry caterpillar...





Grey-headed Swamphen...











Little Cormorant...





Rose-ringed Parakeet...


Spiny Sow Thistle plant...


Greater Coucal...






Red-wattled Lapwing...


Spot-billed duck...











Green Bee-eater...






Water lily...


Brahminy kite...



















My previous visit to Kasavanahalli lake...

32 comments:

  1. Hello, the waterlily is wonderful... and so is the kite... and the bee-eater... actually I enjoyed all!!

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  2. Incredible set of photos and that cormorant is amazing. Well done Diane

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  3. The Purple Heron in flight is just magnificent!

    Thanks for sharing!

    - Lisa

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  4. Awesome photos! Love a comeback from the dead story.
    https://aroundanchorage.blogspot.com/2018/08/stop-suicide-now.html?m=1#more

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  5. A wonderful success story! Wonderful photos! Such gorgeous images like the water lily and the flying kite...just such a great variety of life there now!

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  6. Stunning, I loved to see your photos. The Brahminy kite is really something extraordinary!!! What a beautiful bird & great close-ups.

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  7. Beautiful post. Love the Beetle!

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  8. Thank goodness somebody is conserving something...and, what a bunch of beautiful photos you got..!!

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  9. What fabulous creatures! Your photos are just fantastic, as always. The kite is so photogenic! Awesome!

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  10. your post is full of teasing and artistic sensivity! congratulations!

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  11. Lovely bBir captures . Please tell something about my captures on my blog.

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  12. Your photos are fabulous and it's wonderful to see all of the wildlife enjoying the lake! Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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  13. That Kite is stunning! You have a lot of patience to get these beautiful photos. The birds in flight are exceptional! Enjoy your week!

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  14. I love to hear about reclamation efforts that have succeeded. Great photos of the birds and foliage. Have a great week!

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  15. Stunning photography, but that sun photo took my breath away!!

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  16. The name "drongo" makes me laugh for its Australian slang connection.
    Sydney – City and Suburbs

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  17. I love all of the photos and especially the sun photo. Thank you for linking up today!

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  18. Really great photos of Nature's beauty. :)

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  19. I am glad the birds are back! Nature is so glorious. I don't know if it is a falcon or a hawk, but so beautiful with the vertical stripes. Man that beatle is hugh. So pretty!

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  20. Fantastic pictures! I'm glad the lake was cleaned up.

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  21. Hello, I would love to go birding there! Your bird photos are just stunning. The sunrise shot is lovely. Thanks so much for linking up your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend! PS, thanks for your visit and comments on my blog.

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  22. So many red sun shots with all the smoke in our area. I love your crisp, clear photos, especially the beetle. - Margy

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  23. love all but ducks and parakeet wow

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  24. Thanks for linking to Shadow Shot Sunday 2.

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  25. We all send our thanks for joining us at I'd Rather B Birdin' this weekend!

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  26. This is lovely . Please tell something about my captures on my blog.

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  27. That’s amazing. Great photos. Thanks for linking to Keep in Touch.

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  28. Wow, wow and triple wow, so many brilliant photos but the little cormorant with the fish is fantastic!
    Wren x

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