It’s been a good start to 2017. Being able to travel to different places and at the same times teach rural first responder courses to villagers in Dhading district is defiantly exciting . Excitement doubled as I finally could save up and get a new lens that I’v been putting into pace these days.

Though the schedules were all filled up with teaching the whole day, I did find some time to get pictures of various flora and fauna. “What I saw – January 2017” is almost filled with shots of birds with a couple of moth, garden lizard and stick insect being an exception. I was able to see a lot of birds like Fulvous-crowned Woodpecker, Siberian Rubythroat, Oriental Magpie Robin, Common Myna, Black-lored Tit, Crested Bunting, Red-vented Bulbul, Dusky Thrush, Black-headed Shrike which I was able to take proper pictures but missed good shots of Scarlet Minivet, Himalayan Bulbul, Blue-throated Barbet, Eurasian Griffon and other birds which I will defiantly make sure to get the next time I get a chance to see them.  

Thank you all my viewers for following this blog in 2016 and making me motivated to push more contents. 2017 will defiantly be a crazy year for me with travelling so stay tuned for more contents. Thank you.

Ajay Narsingh Rana

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  1. All the pictures are Superb!!! Hats off to the photographer. 🙂

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