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After a span of 4 decades, the pretty little bird of the Himalayan origin, the fire-capped tit had appeared last year in Delhi NCR, on March 25 at the Bhondsi Nature Park. Exactly a year has passed and this March it has been spotted again in the same area.
Amit Sharma, a Gurgaon-based birder, has photographed the orange-scarlet critter last Saturday evening, around 5 P.M. These pairs of them could be seen on Sunday and there were three more pairs on Monday. They have been dwelling and feeding on the enormous Sheesham trees. Pankaj Gupta of the Delhi Bird Foundation has stated that these fire-capped tits are anticipated to stay for a few days in the capital before they fly back to their homeland.
If you happen to be an ardent bird-watcher or a shutterbug, pull out your camera right away and head over to Bhondsi to chance upon these feathered friends.
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