House Crow feeding asian koel juvenile

Host with Parasite House crow Feeding Asian Koel juvenile DT: 18/08/2013 Place: G.M.C. campus Nagpur The Asian Koel (Eudynamys scolopacea ) is a brood parasite, and lays its egg in the nests of a variety of birds, including the Jungle Crow,[18] and House Crow A study in India found 5% of House crow(Corvus splendens) and 0.5% of Large billed crow ( Corvus macrorhynchos) nests parasitized.


Tarun Balpande

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Was added on September 8, 2013, taken on August 18, 2013. Camera used Dsc-hx100v from Sony with a shutter speed of 1/250 Sec and aperture f 5.6, at a focal length of 126.37 mm. This picture was viewed 465 times.

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Ashish Mandavgane on Sep 22, 2013 03:50 pm

Great Shot


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