CFFC-Birds

Jungle-Babbler
“I love the way you look at me and see the love in your eyes” Unknown

Since I don’t come across that many birds in my area, I have a very limited collection of bird photos.

And I don’t have much knowledge of birds and their names.

The only birds, I regularly see are crows and parrots.

I was surprised to see this new bird in the garden, and to my surprise, this bird was willingly giving a pose instead of flying away.

Looks like it was watching my moves and I am glad that I could click fast, concentrating both its eyes.

Rarely I could click a bird with its both eyes in focus (Mostly one-sided view and just one eye in focus in my clicks)

From the internet search, I understand that It’s a Jungle Babbler bird.

Jungle Babblers

These birds are seen in small groups of 7 to 10 and are popularly known as ‘seven sisters’ or ‘seven brothers’ in the Indian Subcontinent.

We can learn the importance of ‘unity’ from these birds.

These birds are beneficial to us since they eat disease-causing pests.

They are said to be noisy birds

Unfortunately, humans hate anything that causes noise.

I am not exaggerating if I say some people hate hearing birds in the morning.

There may be so many reasons why people hate listening to the chirpings.

But there is just one good reason to listen and enjoy birds chirping.

Do you wish to know?

“Be very thankful for the sounds of birds chirping in the morning, it means that you are still alive” Unknown

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philo

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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s CFFC- BIRDS photo challenge

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