Chetan Rangaraj

Nature & Wildlife Photography

Oriental Darter
An Oriental Darter <i>(Anhinga melanogaster)</i>.
White-bellied Woodpecker
A White-bellied Woodpecker <i>(Dryocopus javensis)</i>.
Long-tailed Shrike
A Long-tailed Shrike <i>(Lanius schach)</i> perced on a branch.
Red-wattled Lapwing
A Red-wattled Lapwing <i>(Vanellus indicus)</i> juvenile sheltering under its parent.
Purple-rumped Sunbird
A male Purple-rumped Sunbird <i>(Leptocoma zeylonica)</i> feeding off lantana.
Spot-billed Duck
A Spot-billed Duck <i>(Anas poecilorhyncha poecilorhyncha)</i> foraging amongst water lilies.
White-throated Kingfisher
A young White-throated Kingfisher <i>(Halcyon smyrnensis)</i> perched on a twig.
Black-winged Kite
A Black-winged Kite <i>(Elanus caeruleus)</i> feeding on a rodent.
Green Bee-eater
A Green Bee-eater <i>(Merops orientalis)</i> getting soaked during a monsoon shower.
Black-hooded Oriole
A Black-hooded Oriole <i>(Oriolus xanthornus)</i>.
Sirkeer Malkoha
A Sirkeer Malkoha or Sirkeer Cuckoo <i>(Phaenicophaeus leschenaultii)</i>.
Streak-throated Woodpecker
A male Streak-throated Woodpecker <i>(Picus xanthopygaeus)</i> looking for termites.
River Tern
An Indian River Tern <i>(Sterna aurantia)</i> with a small fry in its beak.
Crested Serpent Eagle
A Crested Serpent Eagle <i>(Spilornis cheela)</i> on the lookout for prey.
Coppersmith Feeding
A Coppersmith Barbet <i>(Megalaima haemacephala)</i> feeding on wild figs.
Little Ringed Plover
A Little Ringed Plover <i>(Charadrius dubius)</i> all set for lift-off.
Common Iora
A female Common Iora <i>(Aegithina tiphia)</i>.
Hoopoe
A Hoopoe <i>(Upupa epops)</i> perched on a branch.
Oriental Skylark
An Oriental Skylark <i>(Alauda gulgula)</i>.
Boo!
A large billed crow <i>(Corvus macrorhynchos)</i> all set to surprise a brown fish-owl <i>(Bubo zeylonensis leschenault)</i>.
Bay-backed Shrike
A Bay-backed Shrike <i>(Lanius vittatus)</i> calling out.
Immature Brahminy Kite
An immature Brahminy Kite <i>(Haliastur indus)</i> on a termite mound.
Marsh Harrier
A Marsh Harrier <i>(Circus aeruginosus)</i> in late evening light.
Kestrel
A Common Kestrel <i>(Falco tinnunculus)</i>.