Mountain after mountain in Nagaland reveals the same scenes — naked slopes and timber mills (a lot of them illegal). … Read More
Bird enthusiasts Shashank Dalvi and Ramki Sreenivasan made a 4-day visit to the Fakim / Saramati areas of Nagaland between 18-22 May 2010 near the Myanmar border. They were thrilled to sight, photograph and sound record three poorly known laughing thrushes. Some quick notes on these birds:
- Moustached [Ashy] Laughing Thrush— What was interesting about the Ashy was its atypical laughing thrush behavior. It preferred pine branches in addition to the usual thick undergrowth in the degraded slopes.
Dead thrushes, flycatchers, leafbirds & bulbuls — all contents of a hunters bag from one morning session. Photographed in Nagaland’s only National Park — Intanki.… Read More
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