Amur Falcons migrate long distances during winter to South Africa from Northern China. On the longest route of migration, they sometimes stop in India. After a long time, Amur Falcons has made a small halt in Lonavala, India.
When I heard about this, I decided to go to the place and take their pictures. During one afternoon, I went to the grassland of Lonavala, where the birds were seen. I had to scan the large, beautiful grassland to spot them.
I spotted 2-3 females. I followed one of them, who was busy killing insects on the ground. She rested on a small rock. I crawled on the ground towards her with my camera in hand. She was scanning the area with her sharp eyes.
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