Friday, October 25, 2013

Dry season has arrived

The last couple of days have seen clear skies and cooler morning temperatures.  The air is no longer humid, and so I dare to suggest we may not see any rain until April (well, may be).  This all made birding this morning rather pleasant at the MOPR, with more of the same on the migrant front: the Asian Paradise Flycatcher is still hanging around (now present for over a week), a poorly seen large phllosc which looked good for Eastern Crowned Warbler, one leucogenis Ashy Drongo and single Asian Brown Flycatcher, Yellow-browed Warbler and Brown Shrike.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good news!. :)

I am in Bangkok, will be heading to Kaeng Krachan in 2 weeks, really hoping for clear skies as I have spent quite a money on new camera equipment..

http://www.thainationalparks.com/kaeng-krachan-national-park

I was in Chatuchck Park in Bangkok few times during last few weeks, I wasn't happy.

Azahari Reyes @ Jason a.k.a horukuru said...

Ah nice! Here in Borneo is the start of raining season hahaha