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  1. Hi Sandip,

    I loved the pics and especially naming of each bird in Lalbagh album, may i know which Lens are u using with ur D60..i hav a D40 ?
    Deepak
    u can email me at deepaksaid@yahoo.co.in
    Thanks and ur doing a fine job.

  2. Nice photos Sandeep! Waiting for the Neelasandra pics..:-)

  3. Nice post..

  4. Awesome pics..what was the month you visited..

  5. Hi, Lovely photographs Saandip.

  6. Thanks kanchuki

  7. fantastic! Loved Karthik's image πŸ™‚

  8. Nice pictures Saandip

    Sudhir

  9. Thanks Sandeep.. I Know ;).. he doesnt pose usually..

  10. Thanks Sudhir..

  11. awesome photos.. U did not told me bout this .. i would hav joined u for the training program..

  12. Hi Sandip,

    Can you give some more details about the Training Program. Is there a website that I can refer to?

    Thanks,
    Rohit

  13. hi.. nice to see your blog .. wonderful pics ..have been travelling since … nimesh …

  14. Hi Nimesh…thanks for dropping by..

  15. nice stuff..
    even i've gone birdwatching and animal spotting in mudumalai. also, check http://mudumalairesorts.com/ for more info on mudumalai bird watching opportunities.. i found a resort contacting them that arranged good treks for me.

  16. Hi Sandip,

    Just read this post on JLR Training Program and am very much interested. What were the fees and how the stay was there? Enjoyed reading your post and look forward to going for this program! πŸ™‚

    Swati

  17. These pictures are lovely.. Please also visit my blogs at

    http://tony-fernando.blogspot.com/

    http://tonyfernando123.wordpress.com/

  18. Hi Sandeep…

    Nice account of the naturalist programme….do let me know how i can do this as well…thanks πŸ™‚

    Godwin – Ranthambore

  19. excellent shots and very informative writeup.
    – Amit
    ——————
    http://thru-eye-of-lens.blogspot.com/

  20. I go to lalbagh for morning walk everyday, its sad to seen these things happen there, how is the situation now.
    -Sridhar

  21. Hi I am planning to visit this place some time in February for a photography trip. I have read at places that many times the safari jeeps are not available because of excess demands.

    Did you advance book your safaris and is there any site where you can do the same? Any information on this will he helpful.

    -Amit

  22. Amit , you could book on http://www.rajasthanwildlife.com/

  23. hi.. do u recomend any good hotel or resort at masinagudi? kjsiju@gmail.com

  24. Nice account, Saandip!! Your pics are, of course, amazing!! What on earth do mean ‘sorry for poor quality?’ Anyone would kill for pics like these πŸ™‚

  25. Hey thanks Krups πŸ™‚ for your wonderful & supportive comments & glad you liked my website πŸ™‚

  26. Awesome account… As for the pics what can I say, I am at loss of words..

  27. Great…. Wow…. Superb… pictures. Please Keep it up.

  28. What stunning photographs, Saandip!! Amazing work!! I just loved the dusky leaf monkey – so cute!!

  29. Lovely photographs Saandip! Thanks for the e-visit!

  30. Great sightings and lovely images. Thanks for sharing

  31. Good set.. I’ve never been able to get such lighting at Nandi hills. Always have shutter speed around 1/30s.

    • Thanks Sandeep, you are right the first photo of the Robin was shot at 1/80s 400 ISO & second one at same speed but at whooping 1600 ISO..

  32. Hi Thanks for sharing. reminds me of the visits to Nandi hills. Great pictures.

  33. awwwwwesome stills……
    πŸ™‚

  34. Thanks Krups πŸ™‚ …

  35. Thanks Krups πŸ™‚ …

  36. Sisya, you have done a great job.

  37. Excellent photograph and story πŸ™‚

  38. Thanks deepa πŸ™‚ for pointing to right person for idying.. I wanted the underwings photo but could not manage to get it..

  39. Wow.. nice observation with great patience…
    Perfect Shot..

  40. Thanks krups.. after two days of rain.. its not be seen πŸ™‚ ..

  41. FANTASTIC!

  42. wow!, 2 mimics in one post! awesome mimicry, isn’t it?

  43. Wow… Nice… Love the narrative and the pics…

  44. Superb post, Saandip!! Very like Guru-G!! Lovely pics too!

  45. Lovely post Saandip! Loved both the images and the information provided. Thanks for sharing.

  46. Saandip,

    Very nice narration and pics. Loved the mantis pic.

    Cheers
    Kesava

  47. Thanks Krups.. πŸ™‚

  48. Lovely post on mimicry Saandip. Yet to see an ant-mimic mantis.

  49. Thanks Shreeram πŸ™‚ ..Glad you liked it..World is small u may bump on it tomorrow πŸ˜‰ ..

  50. I saw this in Agumbe last year.

    Nice one.

    Cheers
    Kesava

  51. wow.. lovely photographs Saandip

    cheers

  52. Nice account Sandeep and nice pics too..Must have been an adventurous trip πŸ™‚ ..Looking forward for more pics

  53. Thanks Priyanka..it really was a memorable trip particularly when you see the king’s eye at 3feet..Sure will be posting πŸ™‚ ..

  54. Well said krups!! Indeed King needs to be protected & they are doing their best πŸ™‚ .. Thanks again for your very encouraging words πŸ˜‰ …

  55. Super! the king’s pics stands out, mesmserizing

  56. πŸ™‚ Ha ha ha blushing??.. Thanks Krups πŸ˜‰

  57. Thanks Krups.. yes every bit of thing in agumbe is a perl & well to names , bit of search on net, or getting help from friends who are good in respective subjects & sometimes fieldguides.. πŸ™‚

  58. πŸ™‚ Thanks Krups..

  59. Very well described! Agumbe it has it’s own charm! Wish you many more such enriching experiences.

  60. Nice pictures….

  61. Good informative post Saandip.

  62. Ohh that’s very informative! I too have seen these at home and wondered what it was, seeing its snake-like behavior… Now i know a name to associate it with! Thanks!

  63. Hey !!

    Indeed, they are all fantastic pictures…Only the capturing lens and eyes can see the true beauty. Xcellent:)

  64. Wow!! Flowerpot snake!! Must keep an eye out for it! Thanks Saandip!

  65. Very nice trip report Saandip, Keep them coming πŸ™‚

  66. Wow Saandip. Your Photographs are to good. Its Pleasure to see them.

  67. Saandip after going through the short writeup of Bandipur visit along with photos it is so lovely, we feel as if we are in the Jungle. Mine its a first visit and its a Memorable Trip. Love to visit the place once again.
    with regards. Raja. A.

  68. Very very beautiful photography Saandip sir.

  69. Great, eye catching photos Saandip Sir.

  70. πŸ™‚ Thansk Krups .. Yes have more pics & will upload time to time of FB ..

  71. Superb gallery of birds of Bangalore.

  72. πŸ™‚ Thanks Krups.. So better watch what ever moves or doesn’t πŸ˜€ ..

  73. Wow.. love the HGSB pics…. awesome… looks like a pic from fairytale… of course the king looks majestic

  74. Wow…

  75. Thanks for upload these pictures and comments, I have been looking for this information.

  76. So this is what I missed in that morning walk. Super.. nice photos and write up as well..

  77. Yes you did missed & many butterflies too .. Thanks Sharath πŸ™‚ ..

  78. lovely macro work saandip, I am yet to spot one

  79. nice pics and write up saar

  80. Lovely images and write-up.

  81. πŸ™‚ Thanks Krups.. only some species are used for.

  82. Awesome Pictures Saandip…

  83. Thanks Krups πŸ™‚ … Yep yep..

  84. Lovely shots!

  85. WOW! What stunning pics, Saandip! Really breathtaking! Too bad I missed it…

  86. Great Snaps!!. Very nicely captured and the mood is awesome.

  87. Excellent captures Saandip.

  88. Nice, very informative πŸ™‚

  89. Lovely pics and great info, Saandip!

  90. Nice Nice and Nice……. Sandeep..

    Liked all Black bucks that you have shot…

  91. Awesome Pictures as always… Tempted to go here again πŸ™‚

  92. I missed this wonderful trip, envy that you people had a good time πŸ™‚

  93. Wow! Stunning pics yet again, Saandip! Can’t believe it is Gulakmale! You make it look so beautiful!

  94. beautiful pics. keep shooting πŸ™‚

  95. Cool pictures …..

  96. Excellent pics and a informative blog, thanks for sharing πŸ™‚

  97. Awesome photos Saandip..Missing these trips.

  98. Thanks so much Krups πŸ™‚ …

  99. Stunning images !! Especially the dried weed picture.

  100. some lovely images there Sandip…enjoyed them..
    though im not a birder…in the strict sense of the term..

  101. Sandeepa : Fantastic photos of beautiful place!! never heard about this place!! it’s time for your to enroll yourself in photography contest. Keep up the good work/hobby!!!

    Cheersu
    Suri

  102. WOOOOWWW photos as usual Saandip. I only wish you’d seen and photographed the Flame of the Forest as well, what wonderful images we’d have got!

  103. I must visit this place,superb shots,right timing,great job!!!

  104. Hi… was really very impressed with all u r photos. I really appreciate your efforts.

    regards
    satish

  105. Very crystal clear pics. good work….

  106. Incredible photography and superb articulation…. Agumbe is such a special place that everyone falls for it…

  107. Gorgeous photographs… Agumbe is an amazing biodiversity….

  108. Incredible photography…truly inspiration work…. Agumbe is so rich in biodiversity…

  109. Awesome pictures. I once went till Madhugiri Fort specifically to see the Jain Temple. A small temple with a single Jain Family in town. Next time I can plan a longer trip.

  110. Hi Sandip, beautiful shots. I loved the way the majesty of these birds has been captured. I would like to get in touch and learn a lot of bird behaviour. Although I carry a DSLR, I am more of a wild-life enthusiast first and a photgrapher second. πŸ™‚

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Cheers,

    Vineet

  111. Have been looking for the green vine snake but no luck yet. I am keen to see a Russel’s viper here sometime πŸ™‚

    All pictures are stunning.

    Cheers,

    Vineet

  112. Superb Photography Saandip..just feel relieved from stress when looked at your pics..!!!

  113. Excellent shots.Fantastic colors and a great collection.

  114. This is a fantastic site,I have seen all the photos from the gallery and the comments from others who have been with your group and all the demo cathing the king cobra which is just superb.I have traveled about 25times to India from Malaysia,been to many bird sanctuaries,stayed at forest lodges,and i am so appointed that I have missed the right people that’s you two gauri shanker and shreeram. ME hanging around in Bangalore lalbarg,went to a supposed to be a well known tour operator ,and booked an expensive trip to a tiger reserve only to find some spotted dears,and wild dogs and a few feather drooped off peacocks.Anyway it could have been a bad season..if i and many of my birding and wild life ,photographic friends visit India its a definite that we will contact you and leave the rest to you as I know how efficient and genuine you are organizing these trips.Its definitely an excellent contact.I also post some photos at http://gsjeevi/photos/smugmug.com and also at flickers.I will leave to Australia Melbourne,next week for a month long visit and tell them of your site,as there is an annual photographic exhibition at Ballorat,which i have been before and hoping to seeing it again.Thank You keep up the good work.Well done my Indian Friends.

  115. Nice Article Saandip.. πŸ™‚ nice captures, was never new about the hiring part.. πŸ™‚

  116. nice one sandeep..
    sriram

  117. ha.. it was a great trip…and and was great to meet you too…
    sriram

  118. Stupendous work, Saandip!! Simply stunning pics!

  119. I am planning to visit Jayamangali/Maidenahalli soon.
    I am looking for options to stay overnight near Jayamangali,
    When I called the RFO today, I was told that no more bookings are made at the guest house room because of the water problems.

    What other options are available to stay at Jayamangali ? Please let me know if anyone knows.

  120. beautiful pics…loved seeing them…

  121. its just awesome saandip………….

  122. Hi

    I would like to visit Bannerghatta National Park and Lalbagh Botanical Garden both.

    Is it advisable to stay overnight in BNP? if yes, which lodge is most suitable? which safari packages do you advise?

    Regards

  123. Beautiful pictures and birds. I was almost there as I was in Chiang Mai the last two weeks. However, I plan to come back on 15th December and will surely visit the place a s do some birding. Can you suggest a medium range hotel to stay for birding? Did you come form India or do you live around. I live in Gurgaon but I come to Thailand often as I work in Laos. If you happen to come again, let me know. We could jointly go for birding.
    Best regards
    Surinder

    • Thanks for dropping by & i am glad you liked my photos. I had visited Thailand particularly for bird photography, you could try Mr.Deang place in Doi Inthanon & Banmaka Near Keang Krachan NP.
      If i am visting Thailand again will drop a mail well in advance.
      Regards

  124. Hi!

    Lovely pictures you have here of Gulakmale. We went there last weekend but the lake was almost drying up. Didn’t see too many birds also, or maybe just our luck. I have written about it in my blog http://myworldfoodandtravel.blogspot.in/search/label/birding. Did you check out the falls in your subsequent trips?

  125. nice photography…. beautiful place near Bangalore ,,,,

  126. awesome!!

  127. Awesome pics (as always). Loved the river tern pic….

  128. Ah searching your pictures, I reached to this place :). River tern is excellent one. Lovely blog

  129. Lovely read and pics…., as said by many, Rivertern, pic is amazing… :-)…..

    Thanks,

  130. Lovely pics! Hope we have a good time there, we are planning a visit tomorrow. Thanks for the info!

  131. Thanx for the info dude! Visiting there tomorrow and hoping to get a few good shots.

  132. Hi Saandip…Nice pictures.
    I visited TG halli last year in Feb-2012 and spotted few bar headed geese there.
    Would like to see them this year too. Planning to go again on first week of Feb. Is this the right time?
    The image of bar headed geese posted in the blog is taken in Jan-2013?
    Please suggest.
    Thanks,
    Shashwat

    • Hi Shashwat.
      Thankyou… You could plan this week as its the right time & we saw more than 75 species of birds in a single day. Its at its best now. Yes the bar headed geese was seen on 13th Jan 2013.

  133. Hi, I am a student of communication studies. I want to make a documentary on snakes (about snake bites and other facts).
    I’d be grateful if you’d be willing to help.
    Regards,
    Richa

  134. Great shots !

  135. nice collection but hope u were using only the small lenses

  136. Wonderful photos…..wish to visit Agumbe in coming monsoon

  137. Beautiful pics Saandip.. will surly meet up with you to learn some tips and tricks πŸ™‚ need to also understand the lenses and post production techniques u use πŸ™‚
    Hope you are sending this to Nat Geo lonely planet.. πŸ™‚

    Cheers!!
    Kishore

  138. super cool!!

  139. Beautiful. Hearty congrats.

  140. I recently found 2 of them inside my house.. I taught they wer earthworms . But the movement like a snake shocked me. When I read about them I was relaxed as they are harmless and feed on ant eggs

  141. Nice information……any specific season or time to visit…..this place……..I see u visited during December…….saw your article just now and I feel like going there for birding/photography……suggest me the best time to visit……thank you………..girish

  142. very nice photo’s and I have enjoyed viweing it

  143. Amazing! Must visit – are these all shot in the day?

  144. Please help me to know the way to reach Agumbe, preferably by public transport and about best time to visit for Amphibians.
    Thanks

    • Hi Guru.
      Nearest bustop is Agumbe & nearest Railway Station is Shimoga.
      If you are travelling from bangalore a late night bus of KSRTC’s Rajahamsa is there & it will reach agumbe by morning 7am.
      Best time would be during monsoon season. June to September.

  145. The pictures are good, photographing insects in natural habitat is difficult, and i appreciate your interest, some of these should have been shot from a dfferent angle so that one can make out clearly what they are, but i know it is difficult and not as easy as making a comment . the picture of “colourful hopper in defensive ..” needs a correction of the legend. it is a fulgorid bug a relative of the cicada, similarly the tree hopper is called a flatid bug.

    • Thanks Mallik for dropping by & leaving a comment. Glad you liked the pics. I know what you meant, as i will be in agumbe during July 2013 will keep in mind these point & hopefully comeup with some good images. Thanks for Idying .. will change in due time.
      Thanks Again πŸ™‚

  146. I am planning to visit Jayamangali by tomorrow, 28th June. I am looking for options to stay overnight near Jayamangali, When I tried reaching the RFO today, but the numbers were not working. Please let me know what other options are available to stay at Jayamangali !!!

    • Hi Doyeli.
      I am afraid there aren’t any options to stay overnight. FD has stopped this facility long back.
      Nearest & safest would be Tumkur, If you come across any nearby during your visit please let me knw & i would love to include that info here.

  147. Thanks Krups πŸ™‚

  148. Nice blog.Really such a nice and interesting blog information like it..
    Thanks for sharing such a significant information.
    Masinagudi Hotels

  149. Thank you…have learnt something new today!

  150. the last picture is not garole…this is black bengal goat kid…..sheep will not have big ears..

  151. they were so common when I was a child, now it is very rare to find them. Insecticides have taken a toll on their population too…

  152. Great post. Amazing photos!

  153. Super post Saandip

  154. Very Informative! Thanks!

  155. sooper gurugale πŸ™‚

  156. beautiful sandeep…..

  157. lovely images and post Saandip… πŸ™‚

  158. Beautiful pictures Saandip! I’m curious to learn what gear you use to capture these amazing moments and life-like headshots of the birds. Do you think this month is a good time to visit this place?

  159. Lovely… This cleared my confusion about the 2 as well

  160. Great photos and post…I didn’t know about this ant at all πŸ™‚ Thank you!

  161. Amazing. Lovely pictures!

  162. when will be ur next trip to agumbe?

  163. Thankyou Sanjeevi for dropping by, do get in touch with us when in India..
    Cheers

  164. wow… lovely pictures

  165. Such superb images….enjoyed the post very much.

  166. Thanks Krups πŸ™‚ ..

  167. Thanks Rajesh πŸ™‚ ..

  168. list haaki buddhi πŸ™‚

  169. Beautiful framing….Espessially with the boats…..

  170. Enjoyed the post very much….hope to go on a nature trail with you soon πŸ˜€

  171. sooper buddhi… thay guy is a hulk… waiting to see them in feb soon πŸ™‚

  172. Beautiful clicks. Did you get the migratory ducks? We had visited the area early this year but they had already left. It’s a pity that most of the wetlands all around the country are turning into dumpyards. Very soon there will be no Deepor Beel.

  173. Wow! Superb pics. Its amazing that I live(d) in Guwahati and yet I never visited Pobitora. Always took it to be a poor cousin of Kaziranga. Must visit it this when I go home. But sadly, there is rampant rhino poaching in Pobitora. That title of ‘highest density’ wont stay for long.

  174. sooper buddhi, awesome frames πŸ™‚
    but Red-vented alla Red-whiskered alwa…? πŸ˜‰

  175. Thanks so much Rajesh.. πŸ™‚

  176. You just let the photos speak πŸ˜€ Enjoyed the e-visit very much!

  177. sooper… fantastic… and wonderful images… couldn’t have been better πŸ™‚

  178. Superb documentation and photos. It must have been an awesome two days! Lovely shot of the Indian Courser, too.

  179. Excellent account Saandip.

  180. Good work guys my house is just few km away from this place, i heard about this place but i never seen this beauty thank you for documenting appreciate it

  181. Thanks Krups.. yep sure πŸ™‚

  182. Great info, I didn’t know this at all! Thanks, Saandip.

  183. Like like like … Love your blog! …great info

  184. Great !

  185. Enjoyed the page… I always eager to know the names of these rarely appearing birds when I see them in nature …

  186. Enjoyed all journals … Eager to see your next page !

  187. Hey, can you give details on what equipment you used?
    Thanks!

  188. Your pics r simply superb, loved each one of them.

  189. Beautiful birds and well documented. TFS.. πŸ™‚

  190. Beautiful Frames

  191. Awesome clicks Sandy πŸ™‚ Amazing work.

  192. Hey! How do u reach the backwaters of this place? Could you please give the directions. Thanks in advance

  193. Dear Saandip,

    I would like to ask your permission to use your photo of the tusker for the front cover of a leaflet for a national park. The leaflet will be used to educate the public about the park and conservation. Please let me know if you’d be willing to let me use the image.

    Thank you!

  194. Awesome pics !!!!!
    Can you tell me the exact route you took to pulicat lake from bangalore

  195. Hi Team ,

    Could you please tell me .
    Do we need permission to go the place ?
    Also what time is the best time to reach ?

    Thanks
    Kumar.S

  196. Sandipji, excellent photos. Sir, this place appears so beautiful.
    We are visiting Bangluru onb 29 January with group of 25 students of Maharshi Dayanand College, Mumbai.and two days with us before we proceed to Nagarhole. Would you suggest this place to take students for birding. Is it good season? or hebbel lake? Kindly suggest.

  197. Nice post. I used to be checking continuously this blog and I am impressed!

    Extremely useful information particularly the remaining section πŸ™‚ I handle such
    info a lot. I was seeking this certain information for a long
    time. Thank you and good luck.

  198. Awesome account and images sir…thanks for sharing…very inspiring journey

  199. What a wonderful post! Thank you Saandip!

  200. Dear Saandip
    I would like to use your photo of Indian Pipistrelle for a section on diet of owls which I am writing. Please let me know if I can use the photo.
    Thank you.
    Prachi