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... village called TirchaKhet. Mesmerized by nature I was wondering.... it would be great to see a Leopard come by the lake to quench its thirst...."Kharr....Chirrr-chirr-chirr. ..kharr" I was startled to hear this weird sound so close....it sounded like a tiny hack-saw...."Chirrr-chirr-chirr" I heard it the second time and this time with some movement in the bushes nearby. I soon discovered that it ...
... 25. Upland Pipit
26. Gray Bushchat
27. Eurasian Jay
28. Black Headed Jay
30. Sind Sparrow
31. Blue Whistling Thrush
32. Gray Winged Black Bird
33. Spot Winged Tit
All photographs featured in this blog have been taken by my wife, Mrs Meenakshi Mallik (Copyrights reserved).
Today did not start off very well... As Vincent says "Murphy laws"
We had arranged for the taxi to pick us up at 0900. Due to some merry mix up on the part of the tour operator's representative, there was no taxi arriving when due.
After some calls to the taxi company and to Make My Trip, (whom we do not recommend) we had luggage and bodies into said taxi. We soon ...
... speaking the local dialect (Kumaoni). To reach these sources of water, I have been hiking steep mountains and descending into their valleys. This is the nature of the terrain here (since it is part of the low to mid Himalayan range approx. 1000-1500m elevstion) and I have easily walked between 10-15km every day.
When I am not 'working' I am wandering around nearby villagers or hiking up to Sitla to take in the beautiful view. I am lucky to now have company on these hikes ...
... season we could see lots of apples on the trees. we saw amazing chauli ka jali, it is believe those women cant become mother, on day of MAHASHIVRATRI women pass from this jali and then they become mother, as a our guide told us.
next day we enjoyed rope way. although weather was very cloudy so couldn't see Himalaya but even then view was very nice.
last day we gone ...