Other waterbirds we saw included Painted Stork, large numbers of Black Ibis and Dalmation Pelicans at roost with more numerous Great White Pelicans.
The next day, our third in the Greater Rann region, saw us returning to the Banni Grasslands. We encountered a group of Indian Coursers in a cultivated field, while other birds about the region included Indian Bushlark.
Then it was on to a ravine where a Rock (Indian) Eagle-Owl was flushed (first image in this post) from its daytime roost, and Spotted Owlets were seen.
After two days around the Little Rann, we transferred to the capital of Gujarat, Ahmedabad, seeing en route some Sarus Cranes, Asian Open-bill and about 20 White-rumped Vultures near the village of Dumana. As is well-documented, the position of all vulture species in India is precarious due to chemical poisoning and it was a surprise to learn of this population.