Ever since that first visit, the Kite (or that’s what I think it is due to its soaring behavior like Kites) couple have been inspecting our area though at a height these days and go away, not to return back for few more days (I guess that’d mean they’d found their prey to last for few days?).
Parrots were back and are their usual playing self. Koels started calling out for their mate. Especially this lone hunk was looking out for his love so seriously that he hardly noticed me nearing him! Good for me.
And then this funny thing happened weeks before. There was this stupid crow, wanting to share space with this parrot. Did he not know that this coconut tree is the Parrots’ territory? May be he was a new comer. He perched on a corner and slowly neared lady. Well, he was in serious trouble.
The moment she saw him few feet away from her, she charged straight at him, warding him off and began preening herself busily. The crow wasn’t going to stop his stupidity. He flew back to the leaf below her. Miss P’Ratty did tolerate it, knowing he was new, but Mr. Caw was being greedy. He wanted P’Ratty for his girlfriend. How cheeky!
He began calling her for sometime from his lower apartment but she hardly looked at him. He tried another attempt to get near her and this time she charged at him with renewed strength and with one caw at her from the lower apartment, where he again escaped to, dodging her beak, he flew away, knowing his dream wouldn’t come true.
The crows were ashamed of their guest's behavior and didn't show there faces out in shame.
Meanwhile, in a part of their endless world, someone was calling to her boyfriend. The nosy human followed the call for too long and realized that it was from the Sacred fig tree near his house. Nothing was to be seen. Moments later he thought he saw something and click… Nothing and the movement stopped and perched on a branch to take a quick rest and click!He did finally behold the owner of that mysterious call that he heard every morning; only the ignorant human didn’t know who this is (Can you help him identify her?)!