Indian Rose Ringed Parakeet, a beautiful but noisy bird. We often see these in our garden as we have got an Almond tree (Indian Almond scientifically known as Terminalia Catappa) very close to our house. The parrots visit the tree almost every day during the morning for fruits. Their presence has never gone unnoticed as these birds really make a lot of noise. However, due to the large green leaves it is usually very difficult to trace the exact location of the bird, on the tree. However, I have often got a very clear view of where exactly the birds were and have been able to click some shots using the 50x optical zoom of Canon SX50 HS. Sharing some of the shots below. If you are an expert bird watcher, do let me know if these are female or Juvenile Parakeets. The difference between the male and female that I know is the presence of dark ring in the neck region of the Male. However, since even the Juveniles don't have the ring it is difficult for me to tell for sure whether these are females or Juveniles :-)
May be you can help?
|Oh... you caught me!!|
|I hope I'm hiding perfectly..|
|Sharing is caring... :-D|
|You take a bite too...|
|Well... I'm not too shy to pose!!|