Sunday, August 14, 2005

Its beak can hold more than its bellycan

Think of it as an Independence Day present.
The Independence Day horticultural show at Lalbagh in Bangalore has a new attraction this year: five spot-billed Pelicans, deemed an endangered species, were sighted at the Lalbagh lake. The birds were spotted on Friday by Mr J Ramesh, wildlife photographer and artist, who has been engaged in bird-watching at Lalbagh since 1993. “This is a pleasant surprise,” he says. The attraction for the birds, he adds, could be the fish in the recently-desilted lake.


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Great blog! Though I feel sad when I read some of the entries it makes more aware of my responsibilities to our furred and feathered friends. Thanks

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