Thursday, November 24, 2011

Critters of T G Halli Reservoir

 'T G Halli Reservoir' is located on the Bangalore Magadi Highway. Entry to the dam is possible only with prior permission from Cauvery Bhavan, located in Bangalore. Yet, there are many ways of enjoying its surroundings.This place is a heaven for bird watchers and nature lovers. 
Peacock Pansy
Common Castor
Plain Tiger
Plain Orange Tip
Stale Flash
White Hairy Caterpillar
Praying Mantis
Stick Case Pupae

19 comments:

  1. Fabulous pics. What a joyous & pleasure filled experience ! Well done.

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  2. Great captures.. Interesting to know the names of all these butterflies..!

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  3. Beautiful butterfly pics Dhiraj. Loved the varied colors, the praying mantis is also beautiful.

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  4. You can identify the butterflies too...Good work..

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  5. the praying mantis- well shot & the stick case pupae - never saw anything like that or may be never took the time to observe as keenly as you did here

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  6. Lovely captures.

    www.rajniranjandas.blogspot.com

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  7. What great pictures of butterflies man! And of course other insects...did you go to the reservoir as well?

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  8. wow... photos r wonderful... capturing these species are difficult and u have done an awesome job... the first butterfly is the most beautiful one!

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  9. The last one would have been ignored by me for some sticks.

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  10. some really lovely clicks!!

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  11. Butterflies are always beautiful but the praying mantis is wonderful too. They contrast so much with the predator in the header :)

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  12. Beautiful butterflies. Very nice patterns on them.

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  13. beautiful nature photos...

    thanks for leaving comment on my post. Golden shower flowers are used in the occasion of Vishu celebrations...

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  14. the Peacock Pansy has a really wonderful pattern on it's body!

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  15. hope you got some raptors too... :)

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