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cleaning feathers

This image was taken at Keoladeo National Park where i saw these pelican spreading oil on their feathers to protect them from water....
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This image was taken at Keoladeo National Park where i saw these pelican spreading oil on their feathers to protect them from water.
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lisaladouceur
 
lisaladouceur May 18, 2017
Love it, nice capture
Aeri
 
Aeri May 19, 2017
Thank a lot guys for your precious feedback... :)
simonparry PRO+
 
simonparry August 06, 2017
Amazing capture..
Aeri
Aeri August 16, 2017
Thank you so much for your precious time and feedback it means a lot for me...
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williamtanos August 10, 2017
Beautiful. Amazing shot.
Aeri
Aeri August 10, 2017
Thank you so much for your precious time and feedback..
pietnel
 
pietnel December 08, 2017
Gorgeous brilliant work
Aeri
Aeri December 09, 2017
Thank you so much.... :)
jamiesarkett
 
jamiesarkett January 11, 2018
excellent
Aeri
Aeri January 13, 2018
Thank you so much for your precious time and feedback it means a lot for me.. :)
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Pjerry January 30, 2018
Did you train them?
Aeri
Aeri January 30, 2018
Ha ha ha.... How can I train them they are free and they came in winter season from different parts to keoladeo national park with other migratory birds. The keoladeo national park becomes Heaven for photographers , bird-watchers, and nature lovers.. because of all the migratory birds that came from different parts of the world for breeding... They started to come around October last and remains there till February..
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