Dancing Storks in Kol Wetlands

// January 20th, 2013 // Eco Watch

Cultivation and conservation:  Humans and nature co-exist in the Kol wetlands of Thrissur.

Cultivation and conservation: Humans and nature co-exist in the Kol wetlands of Thrissur.  A view of mixed egrets in Adat Kol. 19 Jan 2013

A White-necked Stork and a Pond Heron at Puzhakal Kol, 19 jan 2013.

A White-necked Stork and a Pond Heron at Puzhakal Kol, 19 jan 2013.

 

Pied Kingfisher at Pullazhy Kol, 19 jan 2013.

Pied Kingfisher at Pullazhy Kol, 19 jan 2013.

Open-bill Stork (foreground) and White-necked  Stork crossing at Puzhakal Kol, 19 jan 2013.

Open-bill Stork (foreground) and White-necked Stork crossing each other at Puzhakal Kol, 19 jan 2013.

An Open-bill Stork in flight at Enamavu Kol, 19 jan 2013.

An Open-bill Stork in flight at Enamavu Kol, 19 jan 2013.

 

A White Ibis and White-necked/Wooly-necked Storks at Puzhakal Kol, 19 jan 2013.

A White Ibis and White-necked/Wooly-necked Storks at Puzhakal Kol, 19 jan 2013.

Blue-tailed Bee-eaters at Pullazhy Kol, 19 jan 2013.

Blue-tailed Bee-eaters at Pullazhy Kol, 19 jan 2013.

 

Eurasian Marsh Harrier scanning the field at Adat Kol, 19 jan 2013.  Also so a Pied Harrier at Pullazhy in the morning.

Eurasian Marsh Harrier scanning the field at Adat Kol, 19 jan 2013. Also so a Pied Harrier at Pullazhy in the morning.

The enigmatic dance of Wooly-necked Storks amidst mixed Egrets at Adat Kol, 19 jan 2013 at noon.  Perhaps they are cooling themselves and preening!

The enigmatic dance of Wooly-necked Storks amidst mixed Egrets at Adat Kol, 19 jan 2013 at noon. Perhaps they are cooling themselves and preening!

 

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