Thursday, November 29, 2012

Eye-browed Thrush

A stomp around the patch before work this morning found me looking into a number of trees heavy with fruit and being visited by a plethora of Coppersmith Barbets, Streaked-eared Bulbuls and various common Sturnidae species.  Amongst that lot I picked up an unexpected Eye-browed Thrush (I've only seem this spp in Bangkok twice before, and both occasions were during northward migration in April).

Other passerine migrants/winterers were a bit thin on the ground with just a single Ashy Drongo, two Asian Brown Flys, four Taiga Flys and a couple of Yellow-browed Warblers.

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