MP Sanotsh captures Indian Ibis this Sunday!


Rama Krishna Sangem

BRS Rajya Sabha MP J Santosh Kumar posted on X four pics of Indian Ibis this Sunday, February 25.  This  is part of his  #Weekendphotography taken up in tune with his green campaign. Santosh who launched Green India Challenge six years ago has been posting pics of nature and wildlife every Sunday. All these weeks, he has been focusing on birds, our winged guests on social media platform, X.

Besides sharpening his photographic skills, these pics also make us aware of the birds around us. Many us often forget that the presence of rich flora and fauna is an indication of our ecological richness. These birds indicate the presence of many things –  green coverage, water availability and cool temperatures. Many of today’s kids may not have seen the range of birds around us. These posts of Santosh are an opportunity for them.


Indian Ibis

These Indian Ibis are beautiful and elegant birds, thriving mostly around water bodies. Some birdwatchers in Hyderabad told me that these red-naped Ibis or Indian black ibis are our subcontinent specific species. They are seen in black, brown and deep maroon hues, With long legs and long curvy sword like beaks, these big birds are a sight to behold. Let us encourage our youngsters explore more about these ibis of different colors.

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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