Over the last few months you’ve asked me to show you what it’s really like behind the scenes. So here it is—behind the scenes birdwatching and bird photography from a boat!
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is a man-made wetland, was owned by the Maharaja of Bharatpur. In the second half of the 1800s the Maharaja used to hunt birds here, now it’s a protected national park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is one of the richest bird parks in the world.
On a cold winter afternoon in January, we ran into a lost juvenile painted stork along one of the walking trails. We thought that it was injured, and wondered if it would ever be able to return to its nest.
The spotted owlet is one of my favorite birds. It’s such a joy to watch them. This vlog is about the time when I couldn’t get a single sharp photo of a spotted owlet, or any other bird that day, no matter how hard I tried.
When life gives you lemons, make orange juice and leave the world wondering how you did it.Mitch Griego
It was a glorious day for photography at Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in Rajasthan. I failed to click good photos, but learnt the reasons behind it and could make this video!