Friday, September 24, 2010

 Olive-backed Sunbird

Pretty quiet morning on the patch, just at a time when there should be at least a healthy sprinkling of migrants.  All I got in 2 hours before work were  BLACK-NAPED ORIOLE and ASIAN BROWN FLYCATCHER (both heard-only), at least five BLUE-TAILED BEE-EATERS, and two or three BROWN SHRIKES.  There were lots of resident birds about, but bugger all on the migrant front.  In desperation I took to photographing dross.

 Common Iora

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