MP Santosh in London: Clicks Egyptian Goose

Egyptian goose

Rama Krishna Sangem

BRS Rajya Sabha MP J Santosh Kumar is on a tour in London this Sunday, May 28. Still, he clicked an Egyptian Goose for his #SundayPhotography commitment. He posts pics of wildlife and nature every Sunday, as part of his mission to promote ecology and environment among the public, mostly youth. Santosh has founded Green India Challenge five years ago to promote greenery in the country, 

Santosh tweeted the picture of an Egyptian goose, must be a younger one, sitting on banks of Thames river at London Bridge. We can see a goose overlooking clean waters of Thames River, apparently early hours in the day. Clear blue skies, early summer clouds, majestic London bridge, crystal waters and a Goose – is the picture perfect of a nature in it s elements!   

“Captured a mesmerizing moment in London with the captivating @bird and iconic#Londonbridge in one frame,” he tweeted. This tweet by evening (4.30 pm IST) got 5,636 views, 258 likes, and 40 retweets. Some of them appreciated his commitment to #Sundayphotography even when is he abroad.

Egyptian goose are originally from Africa, but they spread to northwards, up to Germany. In early days, people used to keep these mostly terrestrial birds in rivers, ponds and lakes as ornamental life. Over the time,, their population grew phenomenally. In most European countries, they are commonly sighted in water bodies. These birds thrive on seeds, nuts, small locust and worms.

Can we hope to see such a bird photo on the banks of our Hussain Sagar lake in Hyderabad sometimes soon?

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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