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41.- Black Drongo, just before the kill....:)

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202. European Bee-eater. Provence, France. And the same can be said for the Bee-eater, of course  

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42.- Pheasant-tailed Jacana

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43.- Lesser Whistling Duck and Ducklings

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44.- Indian Pitta. One of my favorites over there. Usually quite secretive, but this one wasn't

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45.- Blue-faced Malkoha

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46.- Black-shouldered Kite

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47.- White Browed Babbler

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48.- Sri Lanka Scimitar Babbler. Endemic to Sri Lanka. Those rainforest birds were always the hardest!

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49.- Sr Lanka Grey Hornbill, another endemic

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50.- Southern Hill Myna, the only glimpse of one we had.

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51.- Red-Wattled Lapwing

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52.- Indian Pond Heron

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Beautiful birds and beautiful photography. The Oriole is a beauty, but the Drongo is a testament to superb skill and perseverance!

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Thank you @@Peter Connan, I was very happy with the Drongo picture myself! Sri Lanka is such a rewarding country for bird photography. It took some waiting at the spot the Drongo was hunting for insects, but it was worth it!

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53. - Coppersmith Barbet

 

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54. - Orange-breasted Green Pigeon

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55. - White-browed Fantail

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56. - Green Bee-eater. Ok, two this time, because they're so adorable. One of several beautiful Bee-eater species in the country.

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57. - Brown Shrike

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58. - Yellow-wattled Lapwing

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59. - Sirkeer Malkoha. Rather strange-looking bird...

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60. - Small Minivet

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61. - Chestnut-headed Bee-eater

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62. - Common Iora

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More beauties! Thanks Peter.

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