Chetan Rangaraj

Nature & Wildlife Photography

Changeable Hawk-Eagle
A Changeable Hawk-Eagle <i>(Nisaetus cirrhatus)</i> at a wet salt lick.
Black-rumped Flameback
A male Black-rumped Flameback <i>(Dinopium benghalense)</i> woodpecker on the lookout for grubs.
Preening
A Green Bee-eater <i>(Merops orientalis)</i> preening.
Yellow-wattled Lapwing
A Yellow-wattled Lapwing <i>(Vanellus malabaricus)</i>
Hoopoe
A hoopoe <I>(Upupa epops)</i> on the lookout.
Lift-off
A Green Bee-eater <i>(Merops orientalis)</i> taking off.
Indian Roller
An Indian Roller <i>(Coracias benghalensis)</i> with a centepede.
The Catch
A Changeable Hawk-Eagle <i>(Nisaetus cirrhatus)</i> feeding on a Common Myna <i>(Acridotheres tristis)</i>.
Pied Bushchat (Female)
A female Pied Bushchat <i>(Saxicola caprata).</i>
Pied Bushchat (Male)
A male Pied Bushchat <i>(Saxicola caprata)</i>
Greater Racket-tailed Drongo
A Greater Racket-tailed Drongo <i>(Dicrurus paradiseus)</i>
Cleanup Crew
An Asian King Vulture <i>(Sarcogyps calvus)</i> scavenging on the remains of what appears to be a young langur while a pair of Jungle Crows <i>(Corvus macrorhynchos)<i> protest.
Asian King Vulture
A Red-headed or Asian King Vulture <i>(Sarcogyps calvus)</i>
Cinereous Tit
A Cinereous Tit <i>(Parus cinereus)</i> inspecting a hollow.
Asian Paradise-flycatcher
A male Asian Paradise-flycatcher <i>(Terpsiphone paradisi)</i>.
Jungle Owlet
A Jungle Owlet <i>(Glaucidium radiatum)</i>.
Scarlet Minivet
A Scarlet Minivet <i>(Pericrocotus flammeus)</i>.
Black Ibis
A Black Ibis <i>(Pseudibis papillosa)</i>.
Greater Flameback
A Greater Flameback <i>(Chrysocolaptes lucidus)</i> woodpecker.
Young Crested Serpent Eagle
A young Crested Serpent Eagle <i>(Spilornis cheela)</i>.
Greater Flameback
A Greater Flameback <i>(Chrysocolaptes lucidus)</i> woodpecker.
Juvenile Changeable Hawk-Eagle
A young Changeable Hawk-Eagle <i>(Nisaetus cirrhatus)</i> on the lookout.
Juvenile Crested Serpent Eagle
A Juvenile Crested Serpent Eagle <i>(Spilornis cheela)</i>.
Common Woodshrike
A Common Woodshrike <i>(Tephrodornis pondicerianus)</i> with a catch.