A graceful cat and a cute kitten, caught during our morning walks. 😊
#LockdownTales As we went to the vegetable and fruit shop inside our complex today in the morning, I found two stray dogs that live in our apartment complex enjoying the lockdown. They plonked themselves in the middle of the road with no fear of any car being out …. usually in the morning, these dogs … Read more Enjoying the Lockdown !
Our living room balcony always has a tray of water for the birds, whether its summers or winters. The pigeons of course are the main visitors but every now and then we get to see other birds, even sparrows. There is a crow that comes early in the morning and demands a biscuit from us. … Read more Biscuit eating Birds !
Since August this year, we have had a family of 5 green parrots (or parakeets) making their way to our neighbour’s balcony. They screech across from the tower opposite ours to the tower that’s adjacent and then more recently two of them have started to sit on the air conditioner in our neighbour’s balcony. I … Read more Parrot or Parakeet ? 🙂
In the last two days we have had two new kinds of birds coming to drink water on our balcony. Our old sparrow couple also came back and the pigeons never left, even though they are much better behaved now. We also have the fiesty Mynas showing off their bathing skills to the clumsy pigeons … Read more New Winged Visitors
I have always felt that the balconies in all multi-storey condominiums in Gurgaon and probably in other cities as well are largely meant for pigeons to use as their homes, toilets and general play area, in the last few years as construction around our condominium complex has reduced significantly, we have seen other birds make … Read more Bird Tales from my balcony
Today was the earliest that we started out for our walk, by 5.59 am and missed meeting Cruzer, my buddy. He must have gone earlier or probably in a different direction for his morning walk. When we got out of our house and turned into the next street, I caught sight of a bunch of … Read more Chennai walks – Crows in a Conference