Today’s collection of reader photos comes from our World gallery. They show just a few of the many colorful and exotic birds to be found in a beautiful, faraway country that we’d dearly love to visit someday – India.
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SPOTTED OWLET: SriniBirder photographed this owl, a relative of our Burrowing Owl, at Lalbagh Botanical Gardens in Bangalore.
TAWNY EAGLE: Rishi Khanna snapped this photo, which shows well the tawny coloration that gave the bird its name.
LONG-TAILED BROADBILL: Debapratim Saha found this colorful bird in the Himalayan foothills on the outskirts of the Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary in Darjeeling.
PAINTED STORK: Bhasmang shot this gentle giant at the Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary in Gujarat.
ORIENTAL WHITE-EYES: Rishi Khanna found not one, but two white-eyes sharing a perch.
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