Black Bittern, Ixobrychus flavicollis

Their habitat is Reedbeds, shrubs, or sometimes in trees. They can be difficult to see, given their skulking lifestyle and reedbed habitat, but tend to fly fairly frequently, when the all black upperparts makes them unmistakable.


Kuldeep Shukla

has 77 photos, 8 trips and 520 observations.

Was added on March 10, 2013, taken on March 10, 2013. Camera used Canon Eos 1000d from Canon with a shutter speed of 1/200 Sec and aperture f 7.1, at a focal length of 500 mm. This picture was viewed 207 times.

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