Indian Roller in Flight by faizyhere

The purplish-blue and light turquoise stand out. But when perched at a distance, the reflection makes the bird appear drab brown where the color should be brilliant. The breast itself is the only part of the bird that is naturally brown.
Habitats: This is a lowland bird of the dessert and prefers wide open areas.
Food: This bird feeds primarily on insects, in particular beetles, crickets, and grasshoppers. It also regularly consumes flying insects such as wasps, flies, moths and butterflies.

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