Birds of Maharashtra

Birds of Maharashtra

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Birdwatching is a popular and exciting hobby across the globe,85 million Americans enjoy feeding, observing or photographing wild birds.Bird watching sounds simple, but for the beginner it's where to start, how to put a name to the bird you see casually."Bird of Maharashtra" help the reader to identify the Aerial beauties & facilitate the beginners to identify the birds near home, garden or a lake.A full-color images of Resident and migratory bird including flycatchers, Eagles, Owls, Barbets, Ducks, Sunbirds and more avifauna photographed by Santosh Jain.A great way to introduce to the wonderful world of beautiful and colourful birds.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 106 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 6.35mm | 213.19g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1514620316
  • 9781514620311

About MR Santosh Jain

About Author Santosh Jain, a Wildlife photographer based at Pune, works for awareness about Nature, Wildlife & Social Causes. He was first introduced to Photography at a young age, when his father bought a black and white camera, but it took many more years for him to know his passion for Photography & Wildlife. Santosh's first ever visit to jungle was accidental that happened during a family weekend outdoor trip, but that visit was not the last. The accidental family tour became a turning point and thereafter many of the weekends were spend by him in the Jungle but the professional obligation was making it tougher for him to take out time for his passion for Wildlife photography. He retired from the post of Asst. Vice President of bank to embarked on a different journey - the world of wildlife photography and also started own venture to provide consultancy services to his clients. A portrait of male Leopard photographed by him is now displayed at the residence of first ever woman Hon. President of India.show more