Black-winged stilt wading through a shallow pool, Sultanpur National Park, Haryana, India. Windless foggy days are notorious here in Northern India and although I would sometimes like a bit more light, it’s perfect for capturing reflections and soft subtle colours. Just look at those legs!
About the Black-winged Stilt:
Black winged stilts are social birds, usually found in small groups. They rarely stray far from water bodies and are commonly seen around freshwater and saltwater marshes, mudflats, and the edges of lakes and rivers. These striking birds are instantly recognisable by their extremely long pink legs, long fine bill and striking red eyes. They feed by wading through shallow water whilst picking out aquatic insects with their slender bills.
You can find out more about Black-winged Stilts here.
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