For the Bird Podcast, I made this amateur film about Amur Falcons. Watch it below.
This episode is about the magnificent migration of the Amur Falcons, the largest raptor migration in the world.
A group of us from Bangalore went to Nagaland to observe a spectacle like nothing we’ve seen before: the greatest raptor migration on earth.
Nagaland is a beautiful special place. Most of the state is mountainous with the Naga Hills and Patkai Range passing through it. Bordering Myanmar is Mt. Saramati, the highest peak. 88 percent of the population are Christian and there are 16 tribes. Although we didn’t see the Blyth’s trogopan, Nagaland’s state bird, we saw many other beauteous sights.
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