Pallid Harrier perched on an old tree branch in early morning light. Tal Chhapar Sanctuary, Rajasthan, India.
About the Pallid Harrier:
The Pallid Harrier (Circus macrourus) otherwise known as the Pale Harrier, is a migratory bird of prey in the harrier family. They breed on open plains, bogs and heathland in parts of South Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Here they nest on the ground where they lay a clutch of four to six whitish eggs. In winter they can be seen in grasslands, desert and semi deserts of India and Southeast Asia.
Harriers are master hunters and can be seen drifting low to the ground where they surprise small mammals, birds and reptiles.
You can find out more about Pallid Harriers here.
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