Saturday, July 30, 2011

Suan Rot Fai

 Plain Prinia

A wander around Suan Rot Fai early morning produced the expected dearth of interesting birds, however I was more concerned about seeing the state of some of the habitat than anything else - particularly "The Ramble" which has been affected by recent development work on the end of the Park.  Happily it seems to remain intact and the threats that I feared might lead to it being grubbed-out seems to have receded, so I can look forward to another autumn of seeking out migrants in this, the best area of the Park. The most interesting bird of the morning was a singing Black-naped Oriole (this species is largely a winter visitor and passage migrant, but is thought to breed in small numbers)

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