White-browed fulvetta, East Sikkim, India by Soumya Ranjan Bhattacharyya
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On a cold and damp spring afternoon in march I was out for birding, but the rain was interrupting the exercise. Just near the homestay where I was lodged was small bushes. After the rain had ceased, and the sky had cleared up a bit, I came across a flock of white-browed fulvetta. They are very fidgety bird and hard to photograph, especially in the low light. So, I waited patiently and as one of the bird peeked from the tangle of woods, I snapped as the bird looked up. Looks kind of like those angry birds.

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