Brown Rock Chat
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|Copyright: Syed Abid Hussain (Hussain58)
|Data wykonania: 2012-03-09|
|Naświetlenie: f/4.5, 1/250 sekund|
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|Wersja zdjęcia: Oryginalna wersja|
|Dodano: 2012-03-09 8:36|
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|I have at last succeeded in photographing Brown Rock Chat or Indian Chat (Cercomela fusca) which is a regular visitor to my home. The pair has once or twice nested here as well. They come to feed in our backyard where my wife leaves stale bread, crumbs of fresh bread and discarded slices etc which are time and again either eaten or pilfered by crows, common mynahs and are pillaged by mongooses and these brown rock chats.Here the bird is seen with dry crumbs of bread in front of it. These are innocent and lovely birds and sing beautifully in soft treble tones.|
There is a thriving population of Brown Rock Chats here in Dera Ismail Khan, the city, where I live. Here they have broken the concept/myth that they live in old or ruined buildings. I have found them in built-in areas and amidst humans in all the rattle and hum of daily life and have become used to humans.
Here is the rest:
The Brown Rock Chat or Indian Chat (Cercomela fusca) is a bird in the chat (Saxicolinae) subfamily and is found mainly in northern and central India and only extends slightly into northeastern Pakistan. It is often found on old buildings and rocky areas. It resembles a female Indian Robin but lacks the reddish vent and differs in posture and behaviour apart from being larger. In flight it bears some resemblance to thrushes and redstarts. It feeds on insects, captured mainly on the ground.The sexes are indistinguishable in the field. When feeding on the ground it sometimes flicks open its wings and tail. It also has a habit of slowly raising its tail slightly, fanning it and bobbing its head. They feed mainly on insects, picked off the ground.They have been known to feed late and forage on insects attracted to artificial lighting.
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- [2012-03-09 11:32]
Hi Abid,the top of quality in this impossible light,the details and sharpness are really impressives,i like the excellent saturation too and the very elegant pose! Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano
very beautiful bird with good sharpness and great details
very nice shot
thanks greeting lou
Excellent shot of this Brown Rock Chat,
Perfect focusing,lighting and composition,
Hello Syed ...good day/evening to you. Hope that here you presenting the bird , because the brown "rock" in the background can carry that name with the same success...he he he joking of course !The Brown Rock Chat seems to be incredibly beautiful little bird despite its deceptively simple mono color. Good capture Syed! Have a great weekend my friend!
what a lovely and interesting bird....I love it....I is very close to his relatives of Saxicolinae subfamily found also in my country.
Thanks for sharing this marvelous bird!
- [2012-03-09 13:12]
Excellent sharp detailed photo of this Brown Roch Chat. Beautiful natural colours. Taken from a very good POV in a nice composition.
very sharp, good colour and well composed picture of this Brown Rock Chat. yes i like the pov also.
hope you are fine.
Agréable valorisation du sujet dans une belle attitude et une bonne profondeur de champ.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.