Chetan Rangaraj

Nature & Wildlife Photography

Navigator supreme
An Oriental Honey Buzzard <i>(Pernis ptilorhynchus)</i> navigating through a bamboo thicket.
Little Cormorant
A little cormorant <i>(Phalacrocorax niger)</i> perched on a tree stump.
Annoyed
A Red-headed Vulture <i>(Sarcogyps calvus)</i> being badgered by a large-billed crow <i>(Corvus macrorhynchos)</i>.
Calling Elvis
A young Crested Hawk-Eagle <i>(Nisaetus cirrhatus)</i> calling out.
Vultures
Red-headed and Indian vultures.
Black-rumped Flameback
A Black-rumped Flameback <i>(Dinopium benghalense)</i> Woodpecker examining a hollow.
Purple-rumped Sunbird
A Purple-rumped Sunbird <i>(Leptocoma zeylonica)</i> examining a vandalized nest.
Spice Finch
A Spice Finch <i>(Lonchura punctulata)</i> or Scaly Brested Munia.
Gone Fishing - Painted Stork
An adult Painted Stork <i>(Mycteria leucocephala)</i> with a small fry in its bill.
Asian Koel (Female)
A female Asian Koel <i>(Eudynamys scolopaceus)</i>.
Red-whiskered Bulbul
A Red-whiskered Bulbul <i>(Pycnonotus jocosus)</i>.
Black-headed Ibis
A Black-headed Ibis <i>(Threskiornis melanocephalus)</i> in a rice paddy.
The Stalker
An Egret stalking it's prey.
Scavening Changeable Hawk-Eagle
A Changeable Hawk-eagle <i>(Nisaetus cirrhatus)</i> scavenging off a spotted deer carcass.
Wet Crested Serpent Eagle
A Crested Serpent Eagle <i>(Spilornis cheela)</i> getting wet during the monsoon.
Forty Winks - Indian Jungle Nightjar
An Indian Jungle Nightjar <i>(Caprimulgus indicus)</i> catching up on some sleep on a jungle trail.
Red-headed Vultuure Scavenging
A Red-headed Vulture <i>(Sarcogyps calvus)</i> scavenging off the remains of a spotted deer.
Red-headed Vulture
A Red-headed Vulture <i>(Sarcogyps calvus)</i> alongside the remains of a spotted deer.
Streak-throated Woodpecker
A male Streak-throated Woodpecker <i>(Picus xanthopygaeus)</i>.
Crested Serpent Eagle
A Crested Serpent Eagle <i>(Spilornis cheela)</i> on the lookout.
Indian Roller
Portrait of an Indian Roller <i>(Coracias benghalensis)</i>.
The Crested Raptor
A Changeable Hawk-eagle <i>(Nisaetus cirrhatus)</i> ready for lift-off.
Changeable Hawk-Eagle
A Changeable Hawk-eagle <i>(Nisaetus cirrhatus)</i> cooling it's heels in a waterhole.
The Stare
A Changeable Hawk-Eagle <i>(Nisaetus cirrhatus)</i> glaring at you.