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  1. https://uk.news.yahoo.com/extremely-rare-pictures-reclusive-british-102357880.html#CTz6dlv This article from Yahoo News includes photographs of the seldom seen Nightjar eggs and a hatchling near Hennock reservoir in Dartmoor, U.K.. The sighting and photographs were by U.K. police officer Joshua Marshall, a member of the British Trust for Ornithology. Nightjars migrate from Africa to nest in Britain during the Summer, with an RSPB estimate of less than 5,000 breeding pairs.
  2. Here is a picture of a Nightjar taken early in the morning at Bhandhavgarh. while the guide stopped the gypsy (jeep) and pointed it out to me, it was a couple of minutes before i could see it. It seems they can remain quite still and blend themselves with the surroundings ( in this case some rocks and dry shrubbery) very well. I believe there are different types of Nightjars. Could someone share their pictures and educate me on the types and differences? Thank you.

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