Wednesday, September 14, 2011


Things looked promising today when I had 2-3 Blue-tailed Bee-eaters over the house at lunchtime, but a late afternoon trip to Suan Rot Fai produced only a couple of migrants through one of them, a well-marked Two-barred Greenish Warbler was a patch tick. This is the seventh species of phyllosc that I have seen on the patch (the others being Radde's, Dusky, Yellow-browed, Arctic, Eastern-crowned and Pale-legged).

The only other notable birds at SRF were a Blue-tailed Bee-eater heard overhead and a Brown Shrike heard calling just before dusk.

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