Flight of the Florican


Bengal Florican
[Houbaropsis bengalensis]

This florican is ​a Critically Endangered​ species​, with a global population of fewer than 800. Its population has decreased dramatically in the recent past.

During the breeding season, between March and May, the males give their stunning courtship display.

This montage has been assembled from 30+ images I made of a displaying male near the Western edge of the Manas tiger reserve in Assam – a beautiful part of the country.

Koklabari, Assam

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  • All images will be printed on Epson enhanced matte paper, 190 gsm printed using pigment based archival ink which will last for 75 years.
  • We can also print on Hahnemühle Daguerre Canvas (400 gsm, Poly-cotton, bright white) on request.
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