Sunday, June 1, 2014

Khok Kham

A short visit to Khok Kham early this morning with Graham Gordon was not very successful as the road to the Mangrove Research Station had been closed (so we could not access the shoreline).

Small numbers of waders were seen on the salt pans with about 10 Curlew Sandpipers and 50 or so Red-necked Stints.  Only two birds were in summer plumage (one Curlew Sand with a damaged foot, and a Red-necked Stint), several other R-n Stints appeared to be 2CY.

Other notables included a pair of White-winged Black Terns amongst the Whiskereds, and a group of three Turnstone.

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