Bird Never Desires A Cage


As part of the Wildlife Photography, this is one informative photo story made on birds by one of the authors.

Birds are such beautiful gifts of earth given to us by God.

Birds are like messengers of God. They teach us how to face the difficulty of life. They know very well how to survive in different situations good or bad. And the thing is that they never want to live in cages. They want to fly in the open sky. Furthermore, birds are indicators of the environment, if they are in trouble they try to make us aware by making a sound that something wrong is going to happen.

Bird wants a cool environment. So usually they love to enjoy the moments of the morning. Before the sun rises, they start chit-chatting with each other. A very good thing about birds that I like the most is that they come back to their homes on time. Moreover, birds teach us something very important as to how much height we will rise. Finally, we have to come down to the earth. Henceforth, there are many good things to learn from the birds so we should follow these things in our life.

Indian Gray Horn-Bill: Queen of jungle
Common Kingfisher: Birds fly because of their desire
Black Winged Stilt: In order to see birds it is necessary to become a part of the silence
Spotted Dove: Birds are not free since man has invented cages
Pale-Billed Flower-Pecker: Seeks out from bushes
Brown Fish Owl: Keep your eyes always open
Pied Kingfisher: Contrastic beauty
Red-Wattled Lapwing: Fearless eye

Nihal Kashyap, Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh

All the photos and text in this post are copyright of Nihal Kashyap. Thereupon, their reproduction, full or part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.


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